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julie
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Sep 7, 2002, 1:07 AM

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hi, i have a cocker spaniel, female about 1 year old, got it from someone who didn't want her anymore, when she came her eyes r red, she smells bad and her skin had patches of bald spots and she scratches a lot.

can u recommend me any good shampoo for her


les
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Sep 9, 2002, 12:04 AM

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Erm.... have u go thru all the topics here? I remember some of the topic is abt sensitive skin too! Smile

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I won't angry if you give my toys to others dog,

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jasonlyh
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Sep 11, 2002, 1:29 AM

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Hi Julie, care to introduce yourself a bit more llike location, etc, etc just like in the new member introduction. I am the owner of a male cocker spaniel. I would suggest that you bring her to a vet for a check up and further advise. Does sounds like she's in a poor condition.


jasonlyh
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Sep 11, 2002, 1:38 AM

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By the way Julie, cockers are quite prone to eye, ear problem. As for the coat, just like any long coated dogs, they need to be maintained and groomed occasionally. Mine had problem with his skin once due to the warm weather - puppy rashes. I hope urs is not a case of mange which can be quite infectious. Do bring her to a vet.


julie
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Sep 11, 2002, 7:45 PM

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hi, i'm in p.j ...and i've got a vet coming over to check on her this evening...see what's the outcome of it...i was told by the previous owner that she started having this shedding problem cuz she was given some medicine for pregnancy...see she was sent for mating but she didn't get pregnant...and to stop this problem the vet will just give a jab to stop it, i'm not so sure that's why i'm asking around...anyone with this same problem.... nice meeting jason...sad to say that i can't tell u much about my dog cuz i've had her only about 3 weeks now.. thanks anyway...


wkser
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Sep 11, 2002, 8:09 PM

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hi julie,
the odour of your doggie might come from her eyes.....make sure you clean her eye.........Smile


kangser and nous


jasonlyh
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Sep 11, 2002, 8:09 PM

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You are most welcome Julie. Do keep us updated on her condition and the outcome of the vet's visit. We're all dog lovers here and furthermore, the diagnosis by the vet could prove valuable in the future. By the way, is your dog MKA? If you ever thought of breeding cockers, do let me know...hehe Wink. Anyway, hope ur doggie gets better soon.

 
 




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