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Dogs Eat Poop – Why do dogs eat poop?

Dogs Eat Poop – Why do dogs eat poop?

Today is another one of those gross subjects that dog owners do not like to talk about but it happens and many ask “Why Do Dogs Eat Poop?” and it does not have to be their own doggie we are talking about here.


Reasons Why Dogs Eat Poop

Dogs sometimes eat poop but the good news is there are real reasons for it and others that are not very good reasons for them to be doing it at all.

Stool eating, also known as coprophagy, is actually quite normal behavior for a puppy they watch their mother do this from the time they are born, she does this both to keep the “den” clean and to protect the puppies from predators that might be drawn by the scent.

Next, we will look at some of the possible other reasons your dog or any dog might be considered coprophagy!


Dogs are from the canine species which we all know and their ancestors ate raw prey in doing so this type of meal contained the appropriate amount of digestive enzymes that our dog needs.

With the dog foods that are made today that we feed our dogs, the high processed dyes are lacking all the digestive enzymes that our dogs need to properly digest the food and absorb what they would have gotten from the guts of prey in the wild.

Regardless of how gross this is the feces that they just deposited in the yard is actually full of nutrients that they are looking for to replace the digestive enzymes they are missing in their regular dog food diet.


When was the last time you had a stool sample at the vet’s office intestinal parasites will absorb the nutrients from the food that should be going to your dog and this can also cause him to eat the feces?


Medications such as steroids, or certain diseases like diabetes and thyroid issues, can make dogs feel like they are starving so watch for these conditions which will cause increased appetite (most dogs do not need a push when hungry).


A dogs pancreas creates the digestive enzymes and if it is not creating enough this is known as pancreatic insufficiency, without these enzymes a dog will basically slowly starve to death. Watch for symptoms of weight loss, diarrhea, and stool eating to try to get those required nutrients.


Dogs do not just eat their own stools if you have cats in the house watch carefully should they decide this is a tasty treat which can be a sign of a deficiency or illness in the other pet (including other dogs).  It basically all boils down to poor nutrient absorption with your dog.


Always make sure you are feeding your dog the proper amount of food and at regular times a hungry dog will look for other food sources which will include eating their own stool or that of another pet. 


As puppies, it is normal for them to find feces and eat it puppies are like human babies everything goes in their mouth and to them, they do not find this gross because they are babies.  Usually, they will outgrow this fetish.


Dogs are scavengers and as such do not think anything of eating feces should the opportunity present itself, they are not human and feel that this is alright especially if it smells good to them.


Spoiled dogs love attention and we all spoil our dogs at times some of the smart ones know if they go and have a bite of feces even if they are going to get into trouble we are going to pay attention to them double whammy snack and attention!


Trouble housebreaking your new puppy and punish them for going in the house?  This can trigger poop eating to get rid of the evidence, not because they want to but to please their master they do it.


This is the worst one that I must report on puppy mills – if you did get your new puppy from a puppy mill they are more apt to develop this behavior over other breeders pups because of lack of care as in proper feedings and being in crates. Free Dog Training. Click Here.


How To Cure Poop Eaters

The following are the things that I have done raising litters of puppies along with all the other dogs I have had and raised these are only my suggestions and I am hoping they might help you.

  1. First, always keep things clean, pick up after your dog immediately.  If you have other pets, clean up after them right away, too, especially litter boxes. In other words, keep temptation at bay by keeping the yard and litter box clean.
  2. Exercise your dog keeping him/her mentally and physically engaged. Have a regular playtime like fetch and if he/she is very energetic or a working dog, try agility training or another brain-stimulating training. Make sure that he/she has plenty of toys around to keep him/her entertained.
  3. Feed him/her a raw, whole, varied diet of quality proteins, because raw food has those digestive enzymes your dog needs to help him/her to process his meals. If you are feeding cooked food only, you will want to add digestive enzymes.
  4. Check your dog’s stool regularly for parasites, and make sure to take a sample to the vet’s once a year.
  5. Avoiding punishment it is ineffective, there is another reason for your dog’s behavior, take the time to find out what!
  6. Staying on top of the digestion situation for all the pets in your house means healthier and happier pets. Watch, for your dog to be eating another dog’s or cat’s stool, not because he is deficient in something, but because they are not absorbing the nutrients in their food and their poop is extra enticing.

Now that you know some of the facts involved with why dogs eat poop and what can possibly cause the condition with the simple fixes listed above this should remedy the situation unless of course there is a medical condition causing the stool eating in the first place.


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In Closing

Keeping our pets healthy means that we have more time with them and we all know they do not live long enough before we will be forced to say goodbye to them.

These are not the type of articles that are fun to write about but they are necessary to keep our dogs healthy and well and to make sure we as pet owners take our responsibility seriously.

Have you caught your best friend eating stool?

If so how did you handle the situation?

We really would like to hear everyone’s answer to the questions you might have a solution that we can add to our list.  Please leave all your answers along with suggestions, comments, or questions in the space provided below.

Thank you so much and until next time at Delightful Doggies 4 U,

Susan

Brachycephalic Obstructive Airway Syndrome In Dogs

Brachycephalic Obstructive Airway Syndrome In Dogs

Today’s topic is going to be “Brachycephalic Obstructive Airway Syndrome” which I am sure most dog owners are totally unaware of unless they have had a dog affected with the breathing problem.


What is Brachycephalic Obstructive Airway Syndrome

This is more commonly known as BOAS which is a breathing problem in flat-faced dogs, also known as brachycephalic syndrome.

This is where the windpipe in brachycephalic dog breeds is often deformed and narrowed, so less oxygen can be taken in with each breath.

Brachycephalic_airway_obstructive_syndromeBreaking this down for you to understand a brachycephalic (is meaning to have a short, broad head) breed may experience partial obstruction of the upper airway because of physical characteristics as in narrowed nostrils, an overly long soft palate.

The collapse of the larynx, also known as the voice box causes breathing difficulties and may occur because of an abnormally small windpipe (trachea), another characteristic common to brachycephalic breeds.

The trachea, or windpipe, divides into two main bronchi, which further divide several more times into smaller bronchioles, forming the bronchial tubes that feed air into the lungs. Free Dog Training. Click Here.


Causes of Brachycephalic Obstructive Airway Syndrome

Brachycephalic airway syndrome stems from the dog’s unique head shape, brachycephalic (is meaning to have a short, broad head) which is inherited at birth, dogs are diagnosed as young adults, generally by the age of three years old.

BrachycephalicairwayobstructivesyndromeThe main characteristic reported in nearly 100 percent of cases of dogs with brachycephalic airway syndrome is an elongated soft palate, as opposed to the collapse of the larynx or small trachea.

Another about 50 percent of all the cases of dogs suffering from the brachycephalic airway syndrome comes from narrowed nasal passages due to the deformity.

There are factors that may increase the risk and further complicate the condition further including obesity, allergies, over-excitement, and overextended exercise, which may cause rapid breathing that the obstructed airway cannot manage.

These problems can get worse in hot, humid weather, which will lead to excessive panting for the dog. Avoiding health risk factors such as obesity which can worsen inherent respiratory problems.

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Symptoms and Types Brachycephalic Obstructive Airway Syndrome

dog snoringSymptoms of an obstructed upper airway may include snoring, rapid breathing, noisy breathing when inhaling (similar to a rasping sound), frequent panting, difficulty eating or swallowing, choking and gagging, inability to perform physical activity, especially in hot, humid weather, and occasionally physical collapse.

Taking them in for a physical examination may be required to reveal further indications, such as stenotic nares (narrowed nasal passages), abnormally high body temperature (or hyperthermia), and increased respiratory effort evident by open-mouth breathing and constant panting.

Seeking treatment is not necessary unless the dog exhibits clinical signs. In order to avoid this, risk factors, such as hot and humid weather or allergens, should be avoided. 


Diagnosis of Brachycephalic Obstructive Airway Syndrome

DOG HAVING A tracheoscopy,If brachycephalic airway syndrome is suspected, two primary diagnostic tests that will be used are a laryngoscopy (or pharyngoscopy) and tracheoscopy, in which a small fiber-optic scope is inserted through the mouth to examine the larynx/pharynx and trachea.

This can reveal characteristics such as an overlong palate or collapsed trachea (commonly known as the windpipe) or larynx (voice box).

Other possible diagnoses include the presence of a foreign body that is obstructing the airway, an infection in the upper respiratory system, and an allergic reaction that has caused the airway to swell. Free Dog Training. Click Here.


Treatments for Brachycephalic Obstructive Airway Syndrome

Exact treatment is dependent upon what sort of symptoms are present the severity of the symptoms will depend if breathing assistance and oxygen supplementation may be necessary, and if the airway is obstructed it must be opened.

This can be done by passing a tube through the mouth and windpipe (known as an endotracheal tube) or via a surgical cut in the windpipe (known as a tracheostomy).

Brachycephalic Obstructive AirwayThere are also surgical procedures that can be done to prevent airway problems in brachycephalic breeds, such as the widening of narrowed nostrils or the shortening of an elongated palate.

Should the dog undergo any emergency surgical procedures, it needs to be strictly monitored and continuously checked for breathing rate and effort, heart rate, pulse, and temperature, among other characteristics in a surgical unit.

There are corrective surgical procedures, such as the shortening of an overlong palate, or correction of narrowed nostrils, can help prevent respiratory problems in brachycephalic breeds and usually requires an overnight stay at a surgical unit.

Some more common brachycephalic breeds are the pug, bulldog, boxer, chihuahua, and shih tzu.

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In Closing

This is just one of the things a responsible dog owner needs to be aware of when selecting a new breed of dog to fill the spot in their life as a new best friend and be aware to check out the breeder you are getting your new best friend from.

Nowhere did I find that this is hereditary but always knowing the health history of the breed is the best way for you to prepare for the future of taking care of your new best friend.

The breeds I listed are the ones most common to having this BOAS, and I am sure there are other breeds with the short snout that could have breathing problems too so always keep your eyes on the health of your best friend.

If your dog is over-weight and it is hot and humid out do not put them through any more pain and suffering to take them out for their daily walk even if they want to go a quick run out to the yard to do their business and back in will do.

Keep them inside in air-conditioning or if you do not have air-conditioning give them a fan and provide them with a way to stay cool until the weather breaks.

Have you ever had a dog affected with BOAS?

Did your dog have to get any surgery to remedy the situation?

I like it when you take the time to let me here at Delightful Doggies 4 U hear about the experience you have had to help others.

Please leave any comments, suggestions, or questions you might have for me in the space provided below.  I answer them usually within 24 hours.

Thank you so much for visiting today and please bookmark the website we will always be adding more,

Susan

 

 

Dog Parasites – Not a fun topic!

Dog Parasites – Not a fun topic!

I want to discuss dog parasites which are not a fun topic for either us nor our dogs. But unfortunately, this does occur more than people realize and in some cases can actually be fatal for the animal.


Dog Parasites – Why My Dog

Our dogs, when infected with intestinal parasites, will most normally exhibit no symptoms or subtle symptoms that can be easily overlooked.

The best way to ensure that your dog is parasite-free is by taking him/her to the veterinarian at least once a year for a check-up your veterinarian will examine your dog and perform fecal testing called a float test which will determine if there are any parasites present in the sample.

This means that the best time to get a sample to take to the veterinarian’s office with you is the morning of the appointment for the testing making sure to get a sample of each dog if you have more than one.

Dog Fecal Sample Tubes Picture Example of What to UseYou might ask why you would need a sample from all your dogs but if one dog is infected with parasites they will easily transfer them to your other dogs in a drinking bowl or food bowl, even while playing thru the saliva. The most common way of transfer is one of the other dogs possibly stepping in their fecal deposits this is a sure way of the infestation transfer.

So exactly how do our dogs end up with these parasites? Good question and one that is easily answered parasites are a common and important cause of disease in dogs.

Parasites are transmitted in two ways one when an animal inadvertently ingests parasite eggs or spores in contaminated soil, water, feces or food. Or secondly through the pads on their paws in highly contaminated soil.

In the case of tapeworms, they can also be transmitted when a dog eats an infected flea or if they roam a dead animal which can have many insects already present that the dog is then ingesting with the meat.

picture of puppy with roundworm infestationPuppies when they are born drink milk from their mothers and usually have what is called roundworms and why they need to be wormed before going to their new home, especially if other dogs are in the new home.

This is very important if you do not want to infest your whole household with the roundworms. (People can get this type of worm from dogs and then will require medication to remove them from their system.)


Prior to the age of modern medicine, the old-timers would feed puppies and the mother a copper penny to rid them of the roundworms today’s copper pennies do not work in the same manner so this is not advisable to give your pet today!


Common Dog of Parasites

When you take the fecal sample to your veterinarian and they perform the test on it they will be able to tell what type of parasite your dog has listed below are the ones most common in my area:

picture of roundwormsRoundworms – The adult roundworms live in the affected dog’s intestines, many dogs do not have signs of infection, however, dogs with major roundworm infections, especially, in puppies show diarrhea, vomiting, weight loss, dull hair, and a potbellied appearance. You may notice the adult roundworms in your dog’s feces or vomit which look like spaghetti.

picture of hookwormHookworms – These are similar roundworms, hookworms are intestinal parasites that live in the digestive system of your dog (or any animal). The hookworm attaches to the lining of the intestinal wall and feeds on your dog’s blood, its eggs are ejected into the digestive tract and pass into the environment through your dog’s feces. Symptoms your dog can exhibit with hookworms would possibly be diarrhea, perhaps with blood, failure to gain weight or weight loss, loss of appetite, anemia (pale gums, weakness), which is life-threatening for puppies, and coughing, due to the larval migration through the lungs (with very heavy infections).

picture of whipwormWhipworms – these are intestinal parasites that are about 1/4 inch (6 mm) long, they live in the cecum and colon (large intestine) of dogs where they cause severe irritation to the lining of those organs. The whipworm infection results in watery, bloody diarrhea, weight loss, and general debilitation. Symptoms are dehydration, anemia, and weight loss. This is another parasite that can be transferred to humans so it is always best to make sure you have your pet veterinarian checked yearly.

picture of tapewormTapeworms – There are different kinds of tapeworms, but the most common one is caused by swallowing a tiny infected flea. Fleas can carry the tapeworm’s larvae or babies if your dog swallows it — maybe while grooming himself — an adult tapeworm can grow inside your dog’s intestines. Your dog can also eat dead animals if they roam which is another way of them ingesting an insect that would have the tapeworm’s larvae or babies. Watching your dog at all times when outdoors is very important whether in the city or in the country roadkill is a perfect candidate for them to get into. Symptoms of tapeworm are weight loss even when eating normally, lethargy, distended abdomen, vomiting, diarrhea, and dull coat. The majority of dogs with tapeworms show no signs of illness or infection and if the heads are not destroyed, the tapeworms can regenerate. 
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How to Rid My Dog of Parasites

Should you suspect that your dog has one of these parasites and it is not the time for their yearly check-up then a quick call to the office to ask when you can bring in a sample to determine if and what type of parasite they have is all that is required.

picture of fecal sample bottleOnce you take the fecal sample in the veterinarian will be able to advise you and prescribe the proper medication for your dog or dogs because if you have more than one the others will need the medication as well just to be safe.

Roundworm medications prescribed by your veterinarian should be followed to exact directions they do not kill the larvae so you will need to kill these as they hatch preventing more infestation normally medications are pyrantel, milbemycin, fenbendazole,  and moxidectin. Humans can contract roundworms from their dogs by coming in contact with heavily infected areas in the soil where the dog goes most of the time.

Hookworm medications prescribed by your veterinarian normally are: fenbendazole, moxidectin, and pyrantel are approved for treatment. Humans can become infected with hookworms so precautions should be taken when treating your pet with this parasite.

Whipworm medications prescribed by your veterinarian are febantel, fenbendazole, milbemycin, moxidectin, andoxantel. Following the medication directions will ensure that you kill the parasites and any larvae that are left – and humans are not susceptible to this parasite so make sure to take care of your pet.

Tapeworm the most common medication used is Praziquantel to rid your pet of the tapeworm including the head, along with this the veterinarian might suggest using a flea control to stop future infestation occurrence. You cannot contract a tapeworm from your dog for people to get a tapeworm you must ingest a host with the larvae inside. 
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In Closing

Previously I stated this is not a fun topic but pet owners need to know that dogs do get parasites and which ones can actually be transferred to humans is some of the best knowledge especially if you have children.

Most pet owners I know are very dedicated to their animals and make sure they are at that yearly veterinarian check-up but in the event a pet shows signs during the time in between knowing a quick run with a fecal sample is quick and ensures you that your pet is either infected or not and then can be treated quickly.

Should you have any questions, comments, or suggestions I would appreciate you leaving them in the space provided below.

And until next time thank you for reading bookmark my website for more to come,

Susan

 

How to Deal With Death of Pet

How to Deal With Death of Pet

Hello, today’s topic how to deal with the death of a pet (dog) is not a pleasant one for myself or anyone else but we all know that eventually, our best friend’s time on earth will come to an end way before ours.


Explaining to Children

old golden retrieverWhen our best friend’s time has come please do not let your friend suffer they cannot speak to let you know how much pain they may be dealing with just walking or even just lying around.

Children do not understand when they are young the concept of death and this can be a very emotional time for them learning to grieve a first loss is especially difficult just remember children are resilient and will bounce back faster than adults.

The initial sadness and feelings of loss will pass for them faster than they do for us but you still have the responsibility of explaining to them why that fur ball that they played with and loved so much is no longer with them.

I have posted on my website here “The Rainbow Bridge” which is a poem very near and dear to my heart for I have lost many dogs in my lifetime always to old age (only one as a young pup).

Raising my two boys we always had our dogs and they became attached to them just as much as I did, losing them they were able to move on more quickly when a new pet entered the house.

Please take the time to comfort your children and let them know that their best friend is waiting for them in heaven and when it is their time they will once again have their dog back and he will be well and run and play as if he were young again.


The Time has Come

old labrador retreieverAs a pet owner, you need to be aware of your pet’s age and health knowing the dog breed and approximately how long they are going to live will give you an idea of when you might have to make the decision to have them put to sleep.

Sorry but I cannot use the other medical terms here they choke me up I have lost many in my life and making the choice has never been easy for me.

Everyone is different and some people can make this decision without blinking an eye knowing when the time has come that they need to let go.

I, myself struggle with this hoping and praying that my best friend is not that old and they still can make it for a while longer am I being selfish sure am because my poor best friend could be in some serious pain.

As time moves on and I am aging myself I realize how very selfish I had been in the past asking those that I made wait for the peace of “The Rainbow Bridge” to forgive me.

Now that I realize as my best friend ages today she is 14 years old and most of her breed life expectancy is 14 to 16 year knowing that she may not have much time left with me I will not make her suffer I will give her the peace she deserves.


Planning for that Last Day

treats on the last day are importantPrior to that last day that you plan to spend with your old dog make it a special day for them so you have memories that will give you some comfort knowing you are doing what is best for your pet.

Spend the whole day with them spoiling them – my girl loves being groomed and cuddled – taking a ride in the truck – going to the park and having a run (she does not run so much anymore but a gallop I would call it).

Another one of her favorites is ice cream which we know is not good for dogs but she deserves to go for ice cream her last day here with me so we will make a trip to the Dairy Queen and get her a doggie bowl.

Take pictures with the children (if you have any) for in the family photo albums your children will appreciate these when they grow up remembering the last day with each of their pets.

One of my other dogs years ago had a thing about spaghetti and his last day I made a big pot of spaghetti just for him so his last dinner he could have his favorite (still have the pictures of sauce on his face)! Pet Urn from Amazon


In Closing

The next day would be the saddest making the drive to the veterinarian office for the last time with my best friend but we would put the radio on and sing if that was what our pet liked (some did, some did not) always left them hang out the window.

Once there I would never leave their side holding them until they were gone this is very important this is not about you but them our best friend has feelings do not leave them to cross over to “The Rainbow Bridge” alone stay with them.

Hold them and comfort them as you would anytime they may have gotten hurt you will not regret doing this for them and for yourself it will help you grieve the lose and finalize that they are gone.

This has been one of the hardest posts I have even written in my life = memories have come flooding over me for each and every one of my best friends I have sent to the “Rainbow Bridge” but they will be waiting for me this I know!

If you have a special way that you say goodbye to your pets I would love you to share it with everyone.

How do you handle the situation when you have your children involved in losing a pet?

Please leave all replies in the space provided below along with any questions, comments, or suggestions you have I will be happy to respond to any of them.

Thank you for taking the time to read,

Susan

 

Curing Dog Skin Conditions – From Mange to Allergies

Curing Dog Skin Conditions – From Mange to Allergies

Hello all, Today I wanted to give everyone a very excellent tip concerning dog skin conditions because lately seems I am seeing more and more dogs with problems.

labrador retriever


Skin Conditions

All breeds of dogs can be affected by skin conditions from dry skin to flaky skin. They can also have many allergies which humans are unaware of.

What causes all the different skin conditions that can affect your best friend?

You can take your dog to the vet’s office and end up spending thousands of dollars to find out what is causing the condition including the dry skin, irritation, flaky skin, bumps, loss of fur, chewing excessively, allergies, and many other things.

dog having a blood test drawnThe vet will probably put your best friend through a series of tests including blood to see if they can find the underlying problem causing the condition.

Then you are looking at prescription medication and who knows exactly what is in this along with some very expensive shampoo or conditioner.

Possibly they (the vet) will even suggest changing your friend’s diet because he/she just might be allergic to the dog food you have been feeding them for the past year.

This one always strikes me as funny why would the dog not have a problem for a whole year on the food but now all of a sudden they are chewing constantly or all their fur is falling out?

Another possible cause is fleas or mites and then you are looking at treating your poor best friend with medicated shampoos with who knows what is in them (not harmful?).  (Original Dawn will kill fleas use this first unharmful too) 


What is Mange?

Honestly, I found this remedy by accident years ago and it actually cured my German Shepherd Labrador mix he was an outside/inside dog and had contracted mange.  (Mom did not like dogs in the house!)

dog with severe mangeFor those of your unfamiliar with mange, it is hair loss caused by mites (Canine Scabies), sarcoptic mange is a highly contagious skin disease found in dogs, caused by the Sarcoptes scabiei mite.

These mites will burrow through the skin causing intense itching and irritation, a veterinarian will diagnosis this and give your medicated shampoo for the dog which contains antiparasitic and antiseborrheic.

Depending on the severity of your best friends problem you will need to continue bathing them in this medicated shampoo for however long the vet recommends. 


Want a Better Way?

dog with bad flaky skin very dryAnother one of my Labradors was allergic to grass – YES grass – I would take him to the vet once a month for a shot to keep him from scratching and losing his fur.

Then I remembered what I had done for my dog that had contracted the mange! It took me a couple of weeks to locate the person who sold the product I needed.

This product is available worldwide but the location of the people who now are distributors for the product has become very difficult to locate them.

I did find that Amazon sells the product from their website and it can now be ordered online. This product is all natural and can be used without any worries.

And it works my dogs were living proof to this and if I had not used this product years ago I would never have known to try it again. Save 20% on Autoship with code AUTO at RawPawsPetFood.com


Why do the Vet’s Not Use?

The million dollar question is why do vets not use this product or recommend it for your best friend? Could it be they are just like all the doctors for humans and get kickbacks from the companies they get medications from?

boxer with fur missing big patchesThese are the things that I think about when I hear of how much it costs for people who have best friends and what they are paying to take them to a vet for skin problems that could be cured with an all natural product.

So how did I discover that this product really seriously works? My first dog that I spoke of when he contracted the mange my family did not have money to take the dog to the vet.

At the time my parents were distributions for a company called Amway and my father suggested to bathe the dog in L.O.C. considering my mother would not leave the dog in the house (he was really stinky) I took him to the car wash.

The next week I took him to the car wash again and gave him a second bath in the L.O.C. and guess what the following week his fur had started to grow back he made a full recovery and had the most beautiful coat after that.

With my Labrador, I searched until I found a distributor that lived fairly far from where I did and they brought me the L.O.C. to a meeting place.

After bathing him in the L.O.C. a few times that summer he never had to go for allergy shots again. No more chewing or scratching no more fur loss or bald spots.


In Conclusion

Everyone is always skeptical when something like this is brought to their attention, but to this day I will swear on a stack of Bibles this really works.

Finding this product is not the easiest thing to do but is your best friend not worth the effort? And since you can order it from Amazon now and it can be delivered right to your door I can see no reason not to give it a try.

L.O.C. this stands for Liquid Organic Concentrate Cleaner – tip do not use a lot of this product it does not suds like a regular shampoo!

I leave the choice to you spend hundreds at a vet’s office or find yourself some L.O.C. spending only what is necessary to keep your best friend looking the best they can be.

For those of you who would like more information about this product you can email me at delightfuldoggies4u@gmail.com

Would love to hear any questions, comments, or suggestions please leave them in the space provided below.

Thanks for stopping by until next time,

Susan 🙂

 

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