the vet advised me to give my dog one liquid benadryl capsule every day in his dog foot. Doggies just like us have horrible allergies...my poor guy was biting his feet so bad they were bleeding and nothing could make him stop. Once I gave him the pills....after like two days it helped a LOT.
On a serious note, I had wondered when the 9 pups were born (ON shot night, ugh!) and they got bigger, puppy breath, licking ....if it was bad to let them lick my arm, skin, fingers as in getting toxins from it? Silly, but still wondered and wouldn't let them.
Dog been licking you,lol?
Also, some are allergic to flea's, one flea will make them go crazy, especially older dogs.
PUPPY BREATH!!! Oh I am jealous. I even babysat my bro's pup when she broke her little leg. She is an ornery thing, into everything, but the puppybreath was better than the smell of coffee.
Kittyface, I forgot the flea allergies. My old girl did not have fleas on her but one bite really got her itching. The only thing that helped her was a trip to the vet for a shot of cortizone and a series of pred
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