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When dogs are sick, they need to go see a vet. That much should be obvious, but there are also home remedies you can use to make your black or chocolate labradoodle puppies feel better when they’re a little under the weather. Here are just a few.
For Fleas, Use Citrus.
When Australian black labradoodle puppies play in the yard, in the woods, or anywhere outside really, they run the risk of picking up fleas. If your little friends do wind up getting bugged by these blood-sucking parasites, get some oranges or lemons, and rub the juice on their coats.
For Skin Irritations, Use Citrus.
There are a number of ways black labradoodle puppies can get skin irritations, but there’s one really good way to make them feel better: chamomile tea. Brew a (more…)
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