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Kevinpo's comments are spot on. The dog may have an abscess. Get him seen by a veterinarian and treated right away pl...
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Well at least some progress towards a diagnosis has been made. I am a little concerned that we are not there yet as f...
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Young kittens, especially strays frequently are affected by several viruses that together are called the Feline Upper...
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See a veterinarian immediately, as your dog may have life threatening conditions such as bloat, a bleeding mass on th...
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Hi again, the food costs more, but as the dog eats anyway, in comparison to repeated visits and treatment if it wo...
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Dear drjus, Your question is both very easy and very difficult to address. Let's start with the misconceptions as ...
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Dear seeana, There is no one I respect and admire more than Winston Churchill. If Oscar looks like him, I salute y...
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While your birds injuries may not have been immediately life threatening, there may be broken skull bones, fluid in a...
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V and D can lead to dehydration and together are serious. The cause will not matter, if the cat deteriorates. See y...
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Likely an abscess. See your doctor. Dr G
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