Although natural care products / removed URL / for dogs are generally safe, there are still potential risks and side effects to consider. Some dogs may be allergic or sensitive to certain natural ingredients, causing skin irritation or other adverse reactions. Additionally, natural products are not regulated the same way as prescription drugs, so it's important to research the product and manufacturer carefully to ensure their safety and effectiveness. Always follow the product instructions carefully, and start with a small amount to monitor potential reactions. Finally, consult with your veterinarian before introducing any new products, especially if your dog has a preexisting health condition or is taking other medications. Taking these precautions can help ensure the safety and effectiveness of natural care products for your furry friend.
The Basenji Club of America's health committee is looking for information about EPI (Exocrine Pancreatic Insufficiency) affected basenjis. If you own an EPI affected Basenji it would be greatly appreciated if you filled out the survey below and submitted the answers to email@example.com . If you know owners of EPI affected basenjis please pass this survey along.
Dog's Registered Name
Dog's Registration Number
*If your dog is not listed in the pedigree database, http://pedigrees.zandebasenjis.com/ please provide a 3 generation pedigree.
Age of Onset
Method of Diagnosis
Did the dog develop SIBO?
How has the dog responded to treatment?
Is the dog registered with the Canine Phenome Project (CPP)?
*If you dog is not registered with the CPP, http://www.caninephenome.org/, please consider doing so. It is free and helps provide information to our researchers.
If yes, when was the health survey for the dog last updated?
Does the dog have blood submitted to the CPP?
Would you be willing to submit a fresh blood sample for the dog in the future if requested?
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Hey Lisa, will this be on the BCOA site? I think I can link from here but I'd to put this on our club FaceBook page.
I am not sure but I do have a facebook note with the questionnaire so you can share that on your club's facebook page.
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Thanks. I linked to the note. Hopefully there won't be permission issues sharing it. But I'm sure someone will comment if there is.
I set the privacy settings for the note to Everyone so it should be fine.