Earlier this year, I thought I had solved Chloe’s debilitating itching with a Vet-approved treatment that had cleared up her yeast infection – or so I thought.
My sweet Simona was said to be about 5½ years old, back in October 2014. Adopting adult dogs can certainly lead to our discovering major issues with improper training, of that I have learned the hard way.
Why, you ask, would I have been looking for another puppy?
And, you ask… did something bad happen to Nugget?
My precious, little Nugget was born 13 June 2002, a very lucky number for me.
On April 2005, I was introduced to a “new” product for flea, tick and mite control and heart worm prevention, called Revolution… a liquid that was to be applied to my dog’s back, between his shoulder blades, once a month.
My precious Nugget was diagnosed with kidney problems. For several years, he was vomiting once every so many months, then all of a sudden his vomiting became nightly. After a few days of trying different things (including changing his diet), I took him to his doctor and had his blood tested.
My little 12 pound Shih Tzu was sick again last night. That’s the second night in a row! And, this time it wasn’t just stomach acids, but his undigested dinner that he consumed 12 hours earlier.
Once the emergency of the situation had passed…
Thank YOU Doggies.com! Back in October 2009, my local Showcase (aka: As Seen On TV) store advertised the Potty Patch for sale for only $39.99 and $89.99, so I decided to “Google” the Potty Patch and see what I could learn BEFORE purchasing the product. Am I ever glad I took the necessary time to research the product!