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I am so sick of our dog!!! All she has been doing lately is scratching (which literally shakes the house, our house is off the ground) and chewing herself. We've given her baths, put flea stuff on her (she's never had fleas and we still don't see any on her) just incase. DH is really thinking about putting her down (she's 13 years old, and bloodhounds usually don't live past 10, I guess that's what living inside/lazy life does for ya ). He wanted me to call the vet to see what we need to do....NO WAY!!!! That's his dog (he's had her since before I met him) and I will have nothing to do with putting her down, if that's what he wants to do, then he can call and find out all that info...sure enough if I did it, I'll never here the end of it, if he does put her down.
We just moved into this house in December and the backyard has a drainage problem. It stays really soggy. The builder doesn't want to do anything about it, so I'm going to have to start writing letters.
Stacy - we just got a puppy and she came with tapeworms. She itches a lot and when we took her for her first vet visit, they said that tapeworms can make them itch or bite at herself. She also had ear mites and yeast infection in her ears. Poor thing. Maybe that makes them itch.
I have a Dr. apt. on Monday morning to find out the gender of the baby, I can't wait!!
Stacy- I work at a vet clinic and there is food you can buy from your vet, that will help with the itching, its an IAMS food and its for skin and coat. Also, there is a medication that the dog can take to help relive them of the itching.
Thank you so much itsmenatalie for my wonderful siggy!
Stacy- I work at a vet clinic and there is food you can buy from your vet, that will help with the itching, its an IAMS food and its for skin and coat. Also, there is a medication that the dog can take to help relive them of the itching.[/b]
I'll have to tell DH about that, so he can call the vet.