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Q. What seemed like sporadic itch has turned into inactivity and my dog wanting to lay on tile I assume for the cold which isnt like him. No visable caus

A. It sounds very unspecific. see a vet to check his general condition if you are concerned. It's impossible to advise you without careful examination and some more information about the pet.

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ZANETA KRASON

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