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Ask a vet online - My dog has black dandruff!
Sheila Elcott asked: I have an 11 year old red fox lab boy who keeps getting a build up of black coloured dandruff type patches under his chin & his manly areas. Up to date with spot on. Is it his age & lack of my groomi…
August 17, 2015 • 67 shares • 12 comments
June bugs - stopping parasites from bugging your pets!
Hurrah, it’s June! Which means the weather is (hopefully) warming up and summer is just around the corner! However, just as we enjoy the sunny conditions, so do the bugs and beasties that live on our pets. A little foret…
June 18, 2014 • 1 shares • 2 comments
Ask a vet online- ‘I have been using frontline every four weeks but still find the odd flea’
Question from :Marilyn Ann Faulkner ' I have a small but bulky pug cross jack Russell, who has had a problem with fleas, I have been using frontline every four weeks but still find the odd flea on him, have also treated…
June 13, 2014
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Ask a Vet Online - "My dog had a flea treatment but seems to scratch more!"
Question from Tracey Newall My dog dexter gets frontline flee treatment but recently he seems 2 scratch more i havent found anything but his skin flakey Answer from Shanika Online Vet It is good to hear that you are trea…
January 4, 2013 • 2 shares • 45 comments
It may be getting cold outside, but it’s always flea season at home...
I see it almost every day, and constantly warn my clients about it, yet somehow even I wasn’t expecting it – yes, last week my very own cat came home with fleas. ‘How could this happen to me?’ I said, ‘I’m the vet!’ Well…
November 22, 2011 • 4 comments
Allergic Skin Disease in Dogs
Probably the second most common skin condition I see in dogs (after flea-related problems) is allergic skin disease, or atopy. Dogs can develop an allergic reaction to any number of things in the environment, or, less co…
August 18, 2010 • 3 shares • 2 comments
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