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Old 06-21-2019, 09:27 AM
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When you know for months what it is and if you are treating it correctly - it wouldn't get worse.

Instead of spending money on things you guessed might work (and didn't at all), maybe you should have spent the money at a vet right away.

Speculating what the problem might be already isn't idea l on cases of health.

Treating the guess is even worse, especially if you keep going after it's only getting worse.

Now to keep looking and guessing and putting things into/ on the dogs, that didn't work but made it worse - that's bordering on impudence.
Maybe not only bordering.

When it's health and when the problem persists for months(!)and even gets worse, it's your duty to have your dog checked.

I think Littlefox did the exactly right thing: Pointing out, that your tactic isn't working and at the same time warning others, to copy your steps instead of actually helping the dog.
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Old 06-21-2019, 09:47 PM
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Unfortunately, IT IS a guess and the efforts you've made to cure the problem on your own haven't worked, which is another indication that you may have guessed wrong.
IT IS NOT a guess. You know nothing about it. I know how my dogs caught Sarcoptes scabiei and I know why it spread to all of them before I realized it. I dont need a $100.00+ scam veterinarian to tell me what I already know. I asked if anybody knew an effect way to kill it. You typed all that and never helped so I cant see why you wasted your time. If you dont know how to kill Sarcoptes scabiei dont bother posting to me. I could care less what you have to say.
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Old 06-21-2019, 09:49 PM
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Rest assured I will no longer reply to any of your posts now!
Good, you had absolutely nothing to add that would have helped anyway.
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Old 06-21-2019, 09:53 PM
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When you know for months what it is and if you are treating it correctly - it wouldn't get worse.

Instead of spending money on things you guessed might work (and didn't at all), maybe you should have spent the money at a vet right away.

Speculating what the problem might be already isn't idea l on cases of health.

Treating the guess is even worse, especially if you keep going after it's only getting worse.

Now to keep looking and guessing and putting things into/ on the dogs, that didn't work but made it worse - that's bordering on impudence.
Maybe not only bordering.

When it's health and when the problem persists for months(!)and even gets worse, it's your duty to have your dog checked.

I think Littlefox did the exactly right thing: Pointing out, that your tactic isn't working and at the same time warning others, to copy your steps instead of actually helping the dog.
In other words, you have nothing to offer. Thanks for nothing.
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Old 06-22-2019, 12:06 AM
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I feel sorry for your dogs

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IT IS NOT a guess. If you dont know how to kill Sarcoptes scabiei dont bother posting to me. I could care less what you have to say.
Ditto. But I suspect your dogs would have something different to say if they had a voice. They wouldn't jump on the idea that you know what you're talking about. That's actually an understatement since you're clearly doing the wrong thing and they're getting worse.

Your stubbornness and tunnel vision aren't doing your dogs any favors. Poor things.
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Old 06-22-2019, 04:04 AM
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I dont need a $100.00+ scam veterinarian to tell me what I already know.
Well, maybe this "scam" is actually able to help your dog.
You know, doing that what you can*t do.



You put Dollar and Dollar in you speculations instead of doing something, that might actually help and cure your dogs.




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You typed all that and never helped so I cant see why you wasted your time.
As Littlefox already said: So that some other dog owner doesn't pick up your... "very unhealthy game", and endangers their dog as well.


It's careless and your pride is in the way, to actually help your dogs!





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I could care less what you have to say.
Figures.
But then why bother asking, if you already know everything better anyway?



All these "useless" answers might actually be able to cure your dogs.
But no, you keep doing your thing, that doesn't do naught to help them.
Way to go!




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Good, you had absolutely nothing to add that would have helped anyway.
You might want to soft-pedal a bit, given that you are

(a) the one asking questions,
(b) the one endangering their dogs
(c) the one new here (just as myself, by the way) and not go attacking all around
(d) the one, that doesn't really seem to care for your dogs
(e)...




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In other words, you have nothing to offer. Thanks for nothing.
Please, no need to thank me!


Stay blind, let your dogs stay sick.
That's a great way to take care of your animals!


You might want to remember, that your dogs are not stuffed animals or toys!
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