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My pom is 4 months old and is very fragile and active but he is having boils and fungal infection. what should i do? Is sugar and salt harmful for pom dogs?My pom loves ice-cream and sugar products but is least interested in having his dog biscuits. can you suggest other alternative?

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A Pom should never be fed anything with milk or sugar. They become diabetic easily. Feed only a good quaility dry dog food. For treats, I suggest Cheerios.


Really? You don't know that sugar is BAD for any pet? FYI, chocolate can kill your dog, I'm not kidding. If your children liked Donuts for every meal would you give them one? You are in charge, he will only eat what you buy and give him. He should NEVER eat your food, that's a bad habit when you have guests over for dinner, guests are a great time for dogs to show their bad habits. ;-) Treats: Greenies. They look horribly gross, like formed yard grass, but when a customer at a store told me it was like crack to his dogs, I tried a bag and my dog when nuts for them. They clean their teeth too. OH, treats...look for beef bones, dogs love to chew on bones, it's good for them and their teeth. Read about the Breed..change the food, take out sugars/human food, if it doesn't clear up in a week, take him to the vet. Good luck.


Really? You don't know that sugar is BAD for any pet? FYI, chocolate can kill your dog, I'm not kidding. If your children liked Donuts for every meal would you give them one? You are in charge, he will only eat what you buy and give him. He should NEVER eat your food, that's a bad habit when you have guests over for dinner, guests are a great time for dogs to show their bad habits. ;-) Treats: Greenies. They look horribly gross, like formed yard grass, but when a customer at a store told me it was like crack to his dogs, I tried a bag and my dog when nuts for them. They clean their teeth too. OH, treats...look for beef bones, dogs love to chew on bones, it's good for them and their teeth. Read about the Breed..change the food, take out sugars/human food, if it doesn't clear up in a week, take him to the vet. Good luck.


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