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12/30/12 8:40 A

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Trying probiotics - Pearls was recommended for yeast ears -toes - eyes
A little better after 3 days

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9/30/12 6:53 P

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yes they do create a lot of vet bills. but their worth it.

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9/26/12 1:07 P

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I haven't had any problems with my little bullie's eyes, but I do have to keep a close watch on her ears which seem to get infected pretty easy if I don't keep them clean.

I've had more problems keeping her wrinkles on her face clean and dry. When her eyes tear up and runs into her wrinkles then I have infection problems there.

I love my little bullie, but she does require regular "maintenance" or problems will arise.

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9/22/12 5:57 P

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I rescued a old English Bull dog a few months ago and he is doing well now. But for the first 6 weeks he had to have antibiotics in his ears and and eyes even steroids for 2 rounds. Well even now I have to clean them and keep close eye on them. Any ideas. ? I have been told to feed him yogurt, but that does not seem to help any..

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