On Wed May 25, 16:38 uNfqxrTM [anonymous user] wrote:
This has made my day. I wish all potisngs were this good.
On Tue Jan 24, 11:23 AYgVCnlCrZfJEawfKy [anonymous user] wrote:
Four score and seven minutes ago, I read a sweet atrilce. Lol thanks
On Sun Aug 5, 09:10 pxSLTzOLEtJYicyfe [anonymous user] wrote:
These bites are small raised red dots and they do oinrdarily occur in groups of 3. The usual sites are nearly the ankles although they can appear elsewhere like under waistbands. Clean the bites as suggested before and use a Benadryl cream and you can also use hydrocortisone cream. If you have no allergies to diphenhydramine, take oral Benadryl. The oral Benadryl will help cool your histamines down and stop the itching sooner. Soaking in an Aveeno bath will help also. The vet told us that when the fleas start biting people they are pretty desperate and your pet is probably loaded with them. Comb your pet and look for what the vet calls pepper , modest dark granules of dried bloody flea poop. When these get wet they leave tiny blood stains. If you see these, you will know that you need some serious flea treatments for the pet(s) and probably your house. The flea eggs can lay dormant for up to 18 mos according to our vet. When conditions are right they hatch. Question you vet for flea treatmant that will also kill the eggs. It can be tough to get cntrol over but it can be done. Been there done that! It sucks. Excellent luck!
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