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CAUTION! FOXTAIL SEASON is upon us! July - October.

Find them along hiking trails, parks, near lakes with tall weeds, open spaces, and overgrown lawns. When the plants dry, they shed their seeds which are arrow-shaped allowing the seed to dig in and continue to dig in between your dog's toes, ears, nose, and get stuck in their coat making their way down into their skin. Check between your pup's paw pads, regularly brush coats and feel around for FOXTAIL seeds and remove them. If you can't remove it, it's time to see your veterinarian. Not treated can lead to infection.

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