I have a male Pekingese, about 10 years old (don't know exact age, was a rescue dog).
He has frequent ear infection that don't heal 100 % (thats what I feel is goning on) because by the time
he goes back to the groomer he has another ear infection, Also he itches on his stomache a lot. I wonder if he has allergies or something intestenal? Changing his dog food does not work, because he only eats one kind, and will not eat others (he is on Pedigree Chicken,Rice and Vegetables). Table food makes him sick and he throws up (a lot) if you give him more than a bite. He loves to eat people food, but it just does not agree with his stomache. Any suggestion from anybody???
hi I am not a Vet, nor am I a dog recent dog owner....but I do have access to a few sites that I will send you, starting with the following....if I find more useful info I will post it to you later...good luck helping this poor puppy imagine how uncomfortable it must be for him...
what have you been using to clear up the infection? have you been getting it by prescription? a friend of mine uses this for her dog....www.petkingbrands.com/products/otic.html
have you posted your questions on our Dog community? there are many dog owners over there that could perhaps give some suggestions too.
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