The best medicine is preventive medicine. Know your dog and be aware of anything out of the ordinary ~ change in eating habits, weight loss, dull coat, diarrhea, unquenchable thirst, listlessness. Don't wait until your dog is really ill to see a vet. Early treatment may reduce the seriousness of an illness.






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