How to Check and Remove Fox Tail from Your Dog

Dr Aimee Johnson guides you not only on the importance of checking your dog for fox tails,

but also in the danger involved if fox tail or cheat seed goes undetected on your pet.

Eyes and ears are not the only dangerous places for these aggressive nuisance weed seeds.

The rear end of your dog, arm pits and chest area can mean a death sentence if allowed to enter the chest cavity.

So while eyes, ears and even toes should be checked daily, don’t neglect the rest of your dog’s body.

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