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Driving Huckleberry

Driving Huckleberry to wherever he wants to go on a Friday morning

We took the morning off to drive Huckleberry to our favorite vet Dr Redwine.

He developed a rash under his chin that was sometimes getting infected. Turns out maybe his food dish is too deep letting the oils from the kibble transfer to his chin. It's also possible he's allergic to the plastic dish.

A smaller glass dish with just a light layer of food on the bottom should fix the problem.



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CUTE!! We have a black female and she had the same issue. We switched to glass and we've never had an issue.
Comment by Mary@Back to the Basics! Sat Apr 27 07:33:35 2013
that seems to be more common than I thought. I had original thought my animals were weird. (they are but thats another story) So hard to find toys for the dogs that are not plastic or rubber.
Comment by Irma Sat Apr 27 21:37:06 2013

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