Seeking A Cure For “Canine Scratch Fever”

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The energetic and intelligent Border Collie

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Seeking A Cure For “Canine Scratch Fever”

Dr. Gary Weitzman of the Washington Animal Rescue League helps a caller solve the mystery of her Border Collie’s incessant carpet scratching and another caller wants advice on how to break up an in-home battle between his dog and cat.

Music: Dr. Gary’s theme – “Road Dogs” by Acoustic Alchemy; “The Pink Panther Theme” by Quincy Jones

Dr. Gary Weitzman of the Washington Animal Rescue League helps a caller solve the mystery of her Border Collie’s incessant carpet scratching and another caller wants advice on how to break up an in-home battle between his dog and cat.

Music: Dr. Gary’s theme – “Road Dogs” by Acoustic Alchemy; “The Pink Panther Theme” by Quincy Jones

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I have an idea: for Halloween, I got a "ghost welcome mat" that when turned on, sounds haunting howl when somebody steps on it. I never needed to try this on my dog, but I am guessing that the mat, attached to a carpet, might change imprinted image of the spot for the Border Collie?

April 21, 2012 - 2:32pm

Dogs are mean's best friend. I really do believe in this statement because I had an experience. - YOR Health

December 2, 2013 - 10:07am
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