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FDA Addresses Continued Shortage of Drug Used to Treat Heartworm Infection in Dogs by FDA and Merial ask veterinarians to conserve these limited supplies by using the drug only for dogs..., Center for Veterinary Medicine Communications Staff, HFV-12 7519 Standish...
Nail-biting in dogs is similar to that in people is that it can have either medical or behavioral causes or both. Step one is to have your dog examined by your veterinarian to ensure...
I'm not sure exactly what you're describing here, but it might be the conjunctiva, the tissue between the base of the eyeball and the edge of the lower lid. This can become infected for different reasons...
First of all,  has your dog seen a veterinarian and been diagnoised with a recurring bacterial sinus infection?   Has your vet done a culture on the bacteria?  Has she/he scoped the sinuses
Yes it can. Go to and also for more information. Hi Rascal,   Yes it can. For more information on this go to and also
and set the animal up for an infection. From the other end, dogs with bladder infections are vulnerable... responsility. Also, if the urine eliminated by a dog with an infection isn't thoroughy cleaned up, the dog...
strange and that's why I decided to check for myself online about why a dog would have such a diagnosis... home with in fact a cat and another dog, which now she seems to have adjusted to.  In fact, the better...
Cuspid, My first impression from your description is that this is caused by an infection... and almost always in older dogs.  There is the initial swelling for possibly several days, then the swelling might open...
Let me ask you this, what are you feeding your dog? How often do you vaccinate? Does you dog receive all the vaccines?  
It depends on where the yeast is. A great product for yeast in ears is Zymox. It's inexpense and works really well. Google it to find it. I hope this is not a repeat... it is not showing my replys/answers here again!   grrrr

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