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    people quite stupidly take puppies without full immunity to these off lead parks so someone has to be sensible and better those of us who know our dogs are ill to keep them at home

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    Quote Originally Posted by Occy View Post
    people quite stupidly take puppies without full immunity to these off lead parks so someone has to be sensible and better those of us who know our dogs are ill to keep them at home
    C'mon Occy, the dog is not ill. It has (perhaps, as we can't be sure) fungus. As you can read in my post, these things are everywhere, so puppy can get it at home really. I'd suggest he takes his dog to a vet and they will know more than we do here on forum. Another thing is puppy that's not fully vaccinated against parvo and all that stuff.

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    Why risk it Fedra?

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    He is fully vaccinated, hes a better photo (hes not a puppy hes 5-7)
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    I'd be having the vet have a look at that. It's bigger than I thought. BTW I wasn't referring to your dog, just the dogs out there.

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    Yes, it is bigger than I thought too.
    A Vet is the best answer
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    Really?
    My mum won't take him cause she thinks "Theres nothing wrong with him", And i keep saying better safe then sorry, but she won't listion

    I also just like to say that, he's happy, is eating well (he would eat his own s***), he's just normal, the only way i found the lump was cause i was giving him a belly rub.

    He dos'nt even know that im touching it.

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    Um not to worry you but my last gsd didnt show any sign of cancer til 2 weeks before he died. If there is a prob it IS better safe than sorry.

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    I am pretty sure that's microsporosis. And why is it soooo bloody hard to take your dog to a vet. If your mother gets it on her skin (and she, or you could easily get it, like a nice bald patch on top of your head) I'm sure she'd visit her GP. Why can't you take your dog to a vet and solve the problem????
    I could never understand people who try to avoid vets at all cost. I mean, why in hell did you get a dog? Get a toy if you don't want to fully take care of living creature.

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    i hear what ur saying, i said the same thing to her, i even said i would pay for the bills!

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