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PostPosted: Fri Jul 25, 2014 8:02 pm 
Silent Mouth
Silent Mouth

Joined: 23 Jul 2014
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Location: California
We'll I took my walker in to the vet, he kept shanking his head and I thought it was ear mites, turns out just some earwax looking gunk that got infected. Ok so they gave me drops. Next they checked out his rash and determined that he has pollen allergy. So that when he's out rolling around in the grass that I need to wipe his undercarriage down with a wet cloth, she asked what type of kennel I have which I told it just a regular ol kennel but I put 4x4's down and some plywood to make a floor so then she asked about his bed and I told her that it's a wooden dog house which I took the shavings out cuz it's hot here in the summer so it's bare wood, she told me that I need to clean the allergens out of the kennel every 2 days and to put a sheet or blanket or something washable for him to lay on. My problem is 2 hounds are in that kennel that bed won't last 15 mins (that's why I went with savings) so I figure this could be a question for some of you seasoned veterans.....what type of bedding you think I should use or do you think I can just spray a disinfectant in the house a kennel floor to remove any allergens.

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