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Shannon Black | 9 months ago
Can You Give A Dog Benadryl Tablets(only 1 Tablet)?

Can you give a dog benadryl tablets(only 1 tablet)?

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Krista Magnifico
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Hello,
It is not legal nor ethical for anyone to provide any drug or dosing recommedations other than your veterinarian. Please call your vet for assistance.

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You really need to discuss all medications directly with your pets care provider.

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Shannon Black | 9 months ago
Why Does My 6yr Old Male Chihuahua Sound Like He’s Wheezing?

Why does my 6yr old male Chihuahua sound like he’s wheezing?

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There are a huge number of reasons this can happen. It can be infection, anatomic, disease or even a mass. And it can be anywhere from the nose to the diaphragm. You would need to bring your pup to the vet for an examination to start looking for the root cause and then help you find a treatment plan.

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Six is about when my friend’s chi presented symptoms of dilated cardiomyopathy, which is a heart condition. I would encourage you to get your dog seen ASAP…and get on the horn with a cardiologist.

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Shannon Black | 9 months ago
Anal Gland Infection Surgery On Dogs

Anal gland infection surgery on dogs

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Please formulate this into a question with as much information as possible.

Krista Magnifico
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Hello,
There are multiple ways to treat this. Some use oral antibiotics and warm compresses. Others surgery. Others place drains. If you have questions about what your vet is doing or recommending ask them. Or ask for a second opinion from a different vet if you think that it will help you and your cats care. I hope this helps.

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