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  1. #21
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    Oct. 12, 2001
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    gave her Flea topical a little early when she first started to seem itchy. I've not seen any signs of fleas, but she has always been very reactive to their bites,
    what product are you using? many of these products seem to be losing their effectiveness. You might need to switch to one of the oral medications.
    A flea-allergic dog can scratch themselves raw from fleas even if there are so few fleas you don't even notice them.

  2. #22
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    Feb. 23, 1999
    Cypress, near Houston, Texas


    Quote Originally Posted by ddb View Post
    Thanks for all the replies. Going to switch food to grain free and see if there is improvement.

    I never thought of Microtek Have that on hand will give it a try.
    Not just grain-free. Make sure it does not have beef, chicken or lamb in it. Those are all common allergens in dogs.

    And I agree about the local honey in the diet.
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