Thursday, 7 February 2019

Frank's Problematic furs!


I'm having fur troubles, my fur is scabby in patches and is falling out!


Mum took me to the V-E-T and they gave me special shampoos (not real poos!)


I have to have a Bath three times a week


I have to leave the shampoos on for 3-5 Minutes but I get lots of treats!


Paws crossed that it will work and that my Furs return to normal soon! 

Love and Licks

Frank

XxXxX

10 comments:

  1. I have paws and everythingy crossed fur you dearest Cousin Frank.
    My Dad had a previous paws cavalier with a similar problem, she (called 'Lady' and the Tramp) was fed sardines in her foodables to help her skin and furs, not sure if that might help you as well?
    Loves and licky kisses
    Princess Leah xxx

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    1. It's worth a try, thank you! XxxxX

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  2. Frank, we hope the shampoo does the trick for you and makes your furs return to normal soon. Enjoy the delicious when you are having your bath. Thanks for sharing. Have a wonderful rest of your day.
    World of Animals

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  3. Oh yuck, that doesn't sound fun! I hope this works and your furs are restored to their usual luster.

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  4. hugs and potp to you... and we hope that shampoo works like a magic potion

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  5. We hope your fur problem clears up quickly. None of our doggies ever had anything like that. I like to play in the bath tub, but when it comes to the shampoo, I'm outa there! Good luck!

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  6. It is no fun to have fur and skin problems. We sure hope the shampoo helps
    hugs
    Hazel & Mabel

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