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|07-10-2006, 05:32 PM||#1|
Join Date: May 2006
I was getting ready to post about my yorkie scratching and I seen some one else posted about scratching mite have something to do with baby teeth
I don't know if this is part of his problem or what,not always at his ears but he been scratching a lot. I give him frontline for fleas once a month I checked him and can't see any fleas
also take him to groomer every four weeks. his skin is not dryed out either,no bald spots.
He just started scratching gave him a bath to see if that would help it helped a little.
He seem so tickles (oops) you just touch his belly beside his ribs and his leg go's nut, touch both sides and both legs go at it. that just started too.
Could this be his teeth. his adult teeth are thou too and baby teeth are still tight.
Making a vet appointment tomorrow about his teeth and all other things
just wanted to see if any one had any comments on this
|07-11-2006, 01:58 PM||#2|
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Join Date: Jan 2006
I have never heard of teeth causing itching, but it very well could be the case. What type of food are you feeding him? A lot of yorkies are allergic to corn, so check the ingredients in his food and if one of them is CORN, I would recommend switching.