Health problems dog ailments

Health problems dog ailments




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Ear smell or infection Q: My dog has a bad odor coming from one ear.when you rub it you hear a gurgling sound.there is occasional discharge and weve been getting chunks of wax from it.can you diagnos this and recommend a treatment
A: It sounds like an infection and you should see your vet who can diagnose and treat it with appropriate medication.

Nursing cat has worms Q: We took in a pregnant stray cat several weeks ago. the kittens are 3 weeks old as of yesterday. the cat has worms. they are a flat white worm. i''m wondering when it would be safe to treat the mother cat for these worms and will it also mean that the kittens have worms? what treatment do you recommend and when? also, what is an appropriate age to give the kittens away? thank you.
A: You can safely worm kittens with nemex for most common worms and give one dose now and then in 3 weeks. safe to give away after 6 weeks of age if eating well on own. also sounds like mother has tapeworms so can worm her with droncit. tapes are not as readily transmissable to kittens so i would just observe them to see if see any flat segments in their stools or near their anal openings
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Savannh monitor lizard Q: Hello i got a monitor lizard he''s 31/2 foot and have the cold what can i gave him to help with his running nose.
A: Without seeing your pet it is impossible for me to know what is wrong. i recommend having your pet checked by your veterinarian so the cause of the problem can be diagnosed and the appropriate treatment started.

Treatment for pos. test Q: What is the difference between the immitcide given twice over 24 hours versus given microfalara given once then released to home that evening instead of staying overnight?
A: I dont see problem if ownwer wants to bring dog back next day for second treatment however dog should hvae complete cage or crate rest during treatment period

Skin parasites Q: My dogs are losing there hair,red skin, sores and are scrathing non stop also i have one that this causing its eyes to swell shut. can i get medication for this without haveing a perscription from the vet
A: No i would take him to vet for proper diagnosis and treatment

Mange/fleas Q: W hat do i g et for mainge/fleas ihave a collie and he has mainge thank you. erv tyson
A: Treatment of choice for demodectic mange in collies is once weekly to every 2 week dip with mitaban dip which is now back on market. first bathe in shampoo like oxydex shampoo before applying dip from 1800petmedsd
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Frontline plus Q: I have a small adult cat that has fleas. i recently purchased an over the counter hartz flea treatment that you apply to the skin once a month a week ago to treat the fleas; however, the cat still has fleas. i have purchased frontline plus flea treatment from your web site and would like to give her this treatment tonight. can i give her this treatment after giving her the hartz once a month flea treatment only a week ago? also, will the frontline plus take care of all the fleas?
A: Bathe her thoroughly and apply next week.
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  1. health, wellness - a healthy state of wellbeing free from disease; "physicians should be held responsible for the health of their patients"
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  3. dog, domestic dog, Canis familiaris - a member of the genus Canis (probably descended from the common wolf) that has been domesticated by man since prehistoric times; occurs in many breeds; "the dog barked all night"
  4. ailment, complaint, ill - an often persistent bodily disorder or disease; a cause for complaining
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