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    Hope Annies feeling better and don't feel bad, you weren't to know. At least you now know the root of all her problems.
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    do not feel bad because it happens. I use fronline with no problems on my bully but I washed her in some shampoo for her skin and I almost lost her. She had hives all over her body and swelled up and couldnt breath well. One 2am trip to emerg vet and not much change 2 more benadryl on their advice and still not laying down and sleeping. One trip to the reg vet in the morning and another shot to get her ok again. So it can happen to anyone so dont feel bad. Its the reason when i find something that works on sarah i stick with it. Shampoo flea meds food whatever. I dont change for any reason unless I have to. So dont feel like your awful mother. You do the best you can for your bully and learn along the way.

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    I hope she is doing better. I would recomend that you do research about hollistic alternatives before you begin giving garlic to her. Keep benadryl handing at all times. I didnt know about the benadryl until I became a member here. It is something that should be in every first aid kit for dogs.
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    I used to feed my sheltie Brewers Yeast to help control fleas naturally.

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    thanks for that lari i will start her on it,i really dont want to try any othere pesticides on her ,her itching and sorness is all but gone now ,karen

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