My golden retriever has some type of skin infection. He is on antibiotics, prednisone and a medicated shampoo. I read that it might be helpful to shave the infected area to help promote air circulation. The main site of this infection is his neck … more ›
I had my cat's nails trimmed, after I had her for about 2 months. The woman at Petco, said that you could go anywhere from 2 to 4 months, before needing to have them trimmed again. She waits for about 3 months. She even said, that there are people wh… more ›
My cat, Alex, is a SPAZ when it comes to us wanting to brush her. She freaks out the moment she sees us bring out the brush. We have NEVER done anything to abuse her (we have NEVER hit her or abused her at any time). But, now she's getting mats l… more ›
Has any one ever heard about this? I don't think that is the correct name for it but my vet told me that one of my cats has basically that. It doesn't seem to bother her but I just didn't know if there was anything that I could do for her or the acne… more ›
My 1 y/o Beagle has a really bad "doggy" odor. I can give him a bath but a day later he smells bad again. My 2 y/o beagle stays smelling fresh for at least a week. I can't seem to find a shampoo that keeps him smelling nice. Does anyone know of a pro… more ›
I know the last time I took him to the groomer's they clipped his claws. But they've grown quickly and I'm not sure how short (if I do it myself with clippers) they should be. They're pretty long to my view.
As I was looking for pictures to post on here, I noticed my dog, Kirby had alot more black on him as a baby, than he does now. Is that because he is cut short or is it normal to dissapear as they get older. I have his ears cut too short right now, so… more ›
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Answer by Momba
A: Ches, I just sent you a message to let you know that all your stuff is on here. I was able to see all your photos, blogs, questions, etc. … more ›
Answer by Momba
A: The best thing to do is make sure of what it is by seeing your vet. It could be nothing, but why take the chance that it could be something… more ›