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We had a dog that had horrible allergies. We finally had to have allergy shots once a month and that helped emensely. You might check into that.

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Thanks, Connie.
Sister found Scratchex brand flea/tick anti-bacterial shampoo this morning. It is supposed to help relieve the itching, too. We will try that first. I hope it works on ET. The last time she did this hair pulling thing, she was half naked. eek

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Well, after the flea comb got 11 from ET and four from Hoover, they have had baths to kill their fleas. Now Junior, who has long hair, is the one who really needs the bath. In several sessions I have killed 55 fleas from him. Most have been females. That number is nothing compared to last year when I got over 200 from him. Oh, collars are useless as far as we are concerned. (Besides, the vet will remove them if he sees one.) Some years ago, we tried the herbal Shoo collars. They actually attracted fleas to the neck area, without killing them. The cats had the worst infestation that year. Since skipping the collars, the flea problem hasn't been mearly as bad.

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My fiance and I have 5 house rabbits, 3 parakeets and 2 goldfish. We refer to our household as the Zoo. The rabbits are caged when no one is home but we do let them out for play time. Animals are blessings, even if they do misbehave sometimes! fish


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Will, somehow our single hermit crab is now a bunch of hermit crabs. We have really fallen for the little guys. We bought a 20 gallon tank, and are now looking for a huge tank. Those are a bit pricey, so were keeping a look out at garage sales. Troubles is, everytime I garage sale, looking for tanks, I end up hauling everything home but a tank.
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There is several great anti itch products on the market. I would even try a bath with a little baking soda. It sure helps me when I hive out.
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Let's see:

Current pet count in our Arizona household:
Harlequin Great Dane senior - Blueboy
Tortoiseshell ancient grand dame cat - Smokey
Elderly gentleman blue rat - Stormy
Adolescent ladykiller Boston rat - Baby
The Twin Terror dwarf hammies - Blues Brothers
A typical female matriarch dwarf hammie - Sister/Sister
And (3) other baby dwarf hammies yet to reveal their natures!!!

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many, many sugar gliders! :angel:


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Here we have 2 ancient kitties, one being 20, Belkar; and the other 15 or so, Tiger; we inherited him from my grandmother when she passed. Also in the house there are 2 goldfish, Cosmo and Wanda; a betta named Oscar; 2 brother guinea pigs, Wallace Mohawk and Russet Potato and finally 4 gerbils. Cedar, Shamus, Angus and Shiva. the first 2 being Angus's parents and the last 2 have just had 5 fat lil babies =]


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Hi folks! I have here a very small, bearcub-like and silly cat, Lucky, and an extremely spoiled iguana, four years old, five feet long and 14 pounds, Green Guy. Iguanas are very funny creatures; their care is quite complex but if you take proper care of them you will be rewarded with a really fun, interesting and unique animal companion!

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