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hi my pup simba hes 18 weeks old today I notice his waste is really liquidy and just 5 minutes ago he puked (my dad told me) and I notice that his old flee collar I bought him fell off and saw bite marks on it . so can the flee collar cause him to go liquid and puke? and he seems really energetic. (update) he just recently go solid again n has a bit of mucus in his stool
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I dont know much about the flea collars, but are you in the process of changing his food or anything? Have you gave him any new treats? Or bones?
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Flea collars are not meant to be ingested I would call your vet and see if they think he will be find or what action they would suggest.
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no I haven't change his food he still eat the same food and when should he change his teeth cause hes 18 weeks now
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They start losing baby teeth around 12 weeks old.
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It could be something as simple as him eating something that didn't agree with him (the flea collar, a dead animal, food on your floor, etc.) but I would call your vet. If it is something serious then you will be glad that you called, if not then at least you'll know for sure that he's fine...
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around 12 weeks....should I be worry because I don't see him missing any teeth and while he is growing his adult teeth I imagine it would be hard for him to eat what should I do?
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My vet suggested that if we see adult teeth coming in and the baby teeth are not coming out to bring him to the vet to have it fixed.
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ive been checking his teeth recently but I haven't notice any difference so I am guessing his adult teeth have not grow yet
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rikku didnt start loosing her baby teeth until around 4 to almost 5 months of age
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Nala took a long time to loose her teeth probably around 4 months and as far as the flea collar, does he have fleas currently? because there is no use to the collar if he doesn't, if she did chew it i would take her to the vet. just to be safe than sorry, huskies naturally have sensitive stomachs but i would just check to be sure.
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Flea collars irritate the skin as well so if he/she doesn't have fleas i wouldn't keep it on. Smile
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he does not have flea its just he runs in the back yard so might have one as precaution but I now no ways to make an organic spray so it should be good and I now notice that he is in fact losing teeth. what is the process to them losing it. is it that the new teeth grows n push out the old teeth or is it like us when we lose teeth then the new one eventually grow out? do I need to take him to the vet like we go to the dentist? or his fang n molar just falls on its own or is the molar are part of his adult teeth?
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Try diatomaceous earth for flea, tick, etc. prevention. It's natural and nontoxic for animals and humans. Just sprinkle some on the dog's bedding and brush some through his fur every so often; just don't put too much on, because if you breathe in too much it can cause respiratory issues, but really that's just if you breathe in a TON of it.

You can even sprinkle it around your house to control fleas, ticks, bedbugs and a whole host of other house pests with an exoskeleton. You can even feed your dog 1 to 2 tbsp. per 50 pounds of weight to control adult worms in the digestive system (note that you should still give a monthly heartworm pill, though, as I don't believe it controls heartworm). Also, if you do decide to try this, make sure you get FOOD-GRADE diatomaceous earth. I bought a whole bunch of it after Layla got fleas from my parents' house. I brushed some in her fur and sprinkled it in her crate and haven't seen a flea since.

Here's a link: http://www.amazon.com/Thomas-Labratories-Diatomaceous-Shaker-12-Ounce/dp/B00127Q860/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1390094644&sr=8-2&keywords=diatomaceous+earth

As for teeth, if you see adult teeth coming in but don't see your dog losing any teeth, it's totally normal. A lot of times the baby teeth are absorbed by the adult teeth or are lost but the dog swallows them before you can find them. It's totally normal. Layla started teething around four months and is five months old now and still hasn't gotten her adult canine teeth yet. Your dog should have all their adult teeth around seven or eight months old, so there's still plenty of time. Smile
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