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While the existing answers offer some excellent insight into the question offered in the title of this question, "What is a safe dose of Vitamin D," I feel all have missed one very critical piece of the picture from the actual body of the question: She wants my vitamin D. No, she doesn't. I cannot emphasize this enough: Your cat has no idea ...


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Do NOT give supplements! Excess Vitamin D can cause all kinds of terrible disorders in cats. I just read about a case in the UK, where a kitten became gravely ill from a natural canned cat food that was distributed as a complimentary gift with their dry food. The dosage of vitamin D in the cans alone was too high and caused terrible life-threatening ...


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I actually am trying this for the first time today. I did buy an e- collar because everything I read about it said to. I have to say has only been a couple of hours. He seems to be relieved. sleeping finally without waking up to scratch. haven’t shaken his head either. I am extremely relieved and can’t wait to see him irritant free!


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Using povidone iodine in your tank is not a good idea it is harmful for most water living animals and it will stain most plastics. If you want to do a total disinfection of your tank it is better to use hydrogen peroxide, as this breaks down to clean water. Remember, after you have disinfected your tank you will need to cycle it for a month or more; cycling ...


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I know this answer might be unpopular, but the one person who knows best what your dog needs is a vet. As we established in the comments, this is an international community, so the environments our dogs live in are so vastly different that there cannot be one answer that fits all. Your local vet knows best what kind of ailments they treat regularily in the ...


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Germany here: I live in a very rural way, my dog is best characterized as a farmyard dog who has access into the house. Even though the dog roams our grounds, we've had fox puppies in a wood pile and you may see some roe deer browsing while the dog snores in his hut maybe 25 m away. Which means that my dog has an unusually high exposure to wildlife ...


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With my Shih Tzu, I finally found a way; he is a smart dog and gets mean if he starts freaking out, like if I'm trying to force his mouth open; he is a street dog rescue. Anyways, whether it's a pill or liquid, I wrap it in the middle of thin-sliced lunch meat, like turkey or ham, put it in the middle - like rolling a cigarette - and roll it up, they can't ...


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