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Old 11-16-2011, 06:06 PM   #1 (permalink)
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max is costantly biting and scratching and licking. what is causing this?

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Did you check for flees?
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How old is Max?

What does the vet say?
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Odor? Like what? From where??
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scratching, biting, odor, no fleas, could be demadex mange. If so, it can get out of hand quickly
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scratching, biting, odor, no fleas, could be demadex mange. If so, it can get out of hand quickly
Get to the vet!
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scratching, biting, odor, no fleas, could be demadex mange. If so, it can get out of hand quickly
With demodecosis, the loss of hair usually precedes any scratching and there is not alot of scratching unless there is an infection. I have never seen odor with demodecosis. MY boy had it as a puppy. Localized a few patches, very little scratching.
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