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My dog Rocky has just been to the vets and has come home
with steroids which are supposedly to help with his dry skin condition.
This is the second Staffy I have had and due to the steroids my first Staffy died younger than he should have,
My main question is ‘why do vets automatically seem to put dogs on steroids’?
Would it not be better for the dog to try other methods first such as moisturising shampoo or maybe massaging with essential oils?
I don’t want to lose Rocky before his time too and am willing to try anything other than these steroids.
Thanks for reading nad I’m sorry there is no pic but we haven’t had him long enough to get any pics of him…he won’t sit still long enough hehe