Join Date: Jun 2012
Location: Langwarrin Vic. Australia
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As a "first dog owner" I am guided by other more experienced owners so when both my vet and my groomer (Lowchen breeder for over 40 years, international show judge, naturopath for both humans and dogs) tell me that because he has a food allergy, he will probably get more ear infections, I would rather be safe than sorry. Thornit is non toxic and has been around since 1907 so I feel reasonably confident in using it. His food allergy has been fixed by an imported pet food from the USA called "Tastes of the Wild" - no additives and no preservatives - (unlike the very expensive stuff the vet sells which is full of them). Since changing him to that he has not had a problem.