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Old 04-08-2012, 07:30 AM   #11 (permalink)
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Is he showing any other unusual signs besides licking? Try checking his poop by the vet.
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Old 05-26-2012, 12:51 PM   #12 (permalink)
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Your dog is not gluttonous, you have a beagle. Beagles put anything in their mouths it is the breed. You need to have your dog checked by a Vet and not get your advice from a forum. I cannot believe you have not taken the poor dog to the Vet already.
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Thank you for the replies! He hasn't been exposed to anything new recently... but he does have a habit of eating whatever is within reach; he is a very gluttonous dog.
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Old 02-16-2013, 08:27 PM   #13 (permalink)
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Our beagle is having the same problem and I was wondering if you had the hi exam for your dog? Ours checked out fine with X-ray & blood work but the "spells"continue. She is on phenobarbital in case it is seizure related, Pepcid, TUMS, and simethicone for gas. Any info you have would be much appreciated. Thanks
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How do you get your dog to take those over the counter meds? does your dog readily chew up the TUMS etc?
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How do you get your dog to take those over the counter meds? does your dog readily chew up the TUMS etc?
I have two ways I give pills. One is simple. Open their mouth and give the pill then follow with a tasty treat chaser. The other is I give a pill to my ancient cocker spaniel with a big spoonful of pumpkin. Hasn't noticed the pill in five years.


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Thanks. I've mistakenly crushed pills and put in food only to have her ignore the food. Nxt time I use your method.
P.S...love the pictures you have posted on your pack. Do you take extra vitamins to keep you energized to take care of so many doggies?...lol
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I drink LOTS of coffee !!! You know it's funny but I can't imagine having a small pack. We've had no less than six for over ten years with the max of eleven and we just love it.


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