Loki Shepherdx DofB 2019 Welsh Rescue

Rescue Remedies dogs that have found their forever homes
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paul.buckle
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Re: Loki Shepherdx DofB 2019 Wales comes soon

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Is there any update on Loki please?
maddor55
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Given anti-inflammatories to stop the itching and painkillers (because it must hurt like anything) the affected area will soon scab over and heal up. Until Loki's skin heals up, whoever is looking after him will need to be very careful when grooming the rest of his coat because a brush touching the affected area will be VERY painful for him. Of course whoever takes on Loki will have to be absolutely paranoid about flea control to prevent this happening again.

I speak from experience of this condition, because I had a Pekingese some years ago who had a small patch of flea allergic dermatitis (as my vet called it) on his throat; Teddy was unable to wear a collar until the patch had healed up so no walkies for about three weeks for him until then.
xxlynne
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Loki's rescue has retained him
xxlynne
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Loki's rescue has retained him and personally homed him
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Re: Loki Shepherdx DofB 2019 Wales comes soon

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Awww that’s a good outcome for Loki Kiss of love.gif
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