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Q. My dog is very itchy and can't seem to get comfortable what should I try to help the itch

A. You should see avet and find the cause of itching. It can connected with allergy, parasite, infection... You can give him antihistamine drug like diphenhydramine or clemastine to relief symptoms but these drugs can have poor effect in animals.

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ZANETA KRASON

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