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Diffuser ... please explain what you mean as there are many.

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Hello, Gary -

Call your veterinarian's office right away and ask your question., where you posted your question, is a website intended for asking and answering questions on how to go about REPAIRING THINGS.

Best wishes.

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Stop giving her ANY bones at her age she can lose teeth and please vary her diet with chicken and rice. Beef and poultry including as once a day vitamin.

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Nothing,if the dog is having problems see a vet,

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Yes, rental is a private business and the complex has rules in place for a reason. You must consider others in the complex, not everyone likes dogs, especially large ones.

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I don't know though I would expect some initial irritability, but I expect after 247 days that would have worn off. Saliva production might be semi-permanently altered (increased) and food is probably tasting differently... might be able to provide more information.

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SORRY BUT - You are on the wrong website for this type of inquiry. This is a community based self-help website for the repair and use of manufactured products made for consumer use

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no we dont...sorry

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buy a breed that doesnt shed

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I had a quick scout through some search results and there is no simple answer and you really need someone experienced and qualified to give an opinion.

Dosage of drugs is often decided considering the size and weight of the patient. If the dog that swallowed the medication is larger than the patient dog my personal feeling is the effects will be minimal but could be serious if the dog is smaller.

The big problem is the two medications could be designed to work together and produce an effect not covered or not fully covered by the description of each ****.

Sorry I can't help further.
Good Luck!

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Hello, Elizabeth -

You have confused, a website intended for asking and answering questions on how to go about REPAIRING THINGS, with the Checkers retail chain.

You can fill out the form here:
with your complaint and send it as an email.

Best wishes.

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Surprisingly, unsweetened, canned pumpkin will do wonders to help with a constipated dog. Use a small amount from a teaspoon at first then go to a larger amount a day later. Dogs love pumpkin so getting it to eat some shouldn't be an issue. Pumpkin is a good source of fiber for them and will not hurt them. Go sparingly at first so they dont end up with diahrea.

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The only info I can give you is if it tries to pass stool and nothing comes out, then that might be an indicator. Do not take it lightly though. If you see bloating of any kind this could be an obstruction which is life threatening. Some breeds are actually prone to getting constipation but usually the smaller breeds. When I raised GSP, I had to put one down as she ate half a Frisbee and the obstruction caused part of her intestines to die. I always kept dried apricots around. Give the dog no more than 3 and prunes work also. I wish you luck but observe the dog closely and your vet can also call something in to **** store.

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could be around 7 years equivalent to human years (1).

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Dog stool normally contains some mucus, but excessive amount of mucus in the stool may indicate a medical condition and will need medical attention.
If your dog has mucus in the stool, this is what you can expect to happen next:
Medication: A small amount of mucus in the stool of a dog who is otherwise feeling fine (eating well, happy, active, no diarrhea, etc.) does not require treatment with medications, but a probiotic supplement may help. More severe cases will require medical therapy that varies with the underlying cause.
Diet: Sometimes switching to a highly digestible diet or adding additional fiber to the diet will help dogs with mucus in the stool. Boiled white meat chicken (no skin or bones), white rice, and a teaspoon to a tablespoon (depending on the size of the dog) of canned pumpkin is a good, homemade option that can be safely fed for a few days.
When abnormal amounts of mucus appear in a dog's stool over an extended period of time, your veterinarian will need to look for an underlying cause. He or she will collect a complete health history, perform a physical exam, and then may want to run some combination of the following tests:
  • ***** examinations
  • Blood chemistry panel
  • Complete blood cell count
  • A urinalysis
  • Abdominal x-rays
  • Endoscopy
  • Biopsy of the intestinal tract

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