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How to Protect Your Pets from Foxtails


How to Protect Your Pets from Foxtails

Foxtails are a normal occurrence after some rain during summer. These little grass awns can cause a much larger problem for your pets than you may think. In this video, Dr. Sudeep Wahla and Kenneth Aponte show you what these are and discuss how to help your pets avoid them.

Topics include:

- Avoid brush/weeds when taking your pets on hikes/walks.

- Environmental clearance of the foxtails

- We show you what foxtails look like

- Where to check your pet for foxtails

If you notice any head shaking, ear scratching, sneezing, eye-wincing, coughing or blood on your pet’s paws- go to your Veterinarian immediately.

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