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  • Michelle
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    Hmmm, disappointing. I came to your site doing a search about giving honey to dogs, and all your blog keeps doing is kicking me to this page when I try to go back to the exact blog entry I’m trying to view. You may want to fix that, because that’s annoying. Big turn off.

    • janie knetzer
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      Hi Michelle:
      My apologies; there must be a glitch in the system somewhere. I’ll take a look. Thanks for letting me know.

      Janie

  • Jeremy Fink
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    I have a pit bull with floppy ears. We live in the hills and there is a lot of humidity up here. She is constantly itching her ears trying to get to the insides. I have given her tick treatment, earmite treatment, used the cleanser for her ears, dried them out over and over again, used yeast infection powder, and yet nothing is working. Now she has this squshy gooey liquid in her ear that I can not get out. Any ideas on what it could be and how to treat it cost effectively?

    • janie knetzer
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      Hi Jeremy:
      Sorry to hear about you baby pit. Before you try and treat the ears on the outside, you have to figure out the problem on the inside. What I mean is that, dogs will typically get reoccurring yeasty ears if the food isn’t right. So, I’m not sure what brand you’re feeding, but you MUST make sure it’s a good, high quality, meaty formula of food. That will solve the problem. Now, to treat the symptom of yeast in the ears, I have an article regarding a product that I love and I keep on hand at all times. If you need help choosing a good food for your pup, let me know Jeremy. Here’s the article.

      Janie

  • Deb Cowdrey
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    I am going to stop all emails from you due to the junk you go through to just read one article. I don’t have time for the JUNK!

    • janie knetzer
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      Not sure what you mean by this, but okay. Take care.

  • Carol Grossi
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    Hi
    I sent you a message regarding tear staining and you answered with a recommendation for a product you said would work, I could put it in their food and it was guaranteed.
    I cannot find the email with this information would you please send it to me again.
    Also I never did receive the link for the free e-book on skin problems.
    Thank you so much.
    Carol

  • sandy
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    how much does this cost as i would like 2 know b4 i sigh up thank you

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