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He says he realized his social media posts were resonating and helping people when he had received thousands of comments on his post about how dogs should never eat chocolate.
While pet adoptions might be up over the last year, the veterinarian cautions people looking to adopt a pet right now to really think about the time and care pets need and to remember they are not just something cute to cuddle with.
We also have Dr. Hunter answer a viewer question about why her dog (who does not have fleas or ticks) might be itching and biting itself so much?
He explains this could be related to various things and says it might be due to allergies, an ear infection, possibly they need to be washed, or even something like mites, bacteria, and yeast infections.
If your pet is experiencing an ongoing issue -- like itching -- please contact your veterinarian. And get more of your pet questions answered from Dr. Hunter on his TikTok!