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September 20, 2006

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petsafe stubborn dog

Thank you for the info, i am impressed.

severe allergies

WARNING: If a person is experiencing more severe symptoms than what is listed above, they may be in anaphylactic shock.

Anaphylactic shock is a medical emergency which is an acute systemic (affecting the whole body) allergic reaction. It occurs after exposure to an antigen (allergen) to which a person was previously sensitized.

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The treatment begins with injections of a solution of allergen given one to five times a week, with the strength gradually increasing.

Dog Dry Skin

Thanks doc

Your sense of humor lightens up this topic.

Yes. Our dog can only do so much(lick and scratch) to try resolve the itch and sore.

Hence, the human has to provide the care.

Skin Care Reviews

I like that you've opened this article with a comic scene between you and your son. Allergies can turn into very serious skin problems if not treated immediately with appropriate remedies. If all known treatment fails, you should get in touch with a skin expert right away.

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