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Dogs and Grass Seeds

12th Jul 2016

Dogs and Grass Seeds

Grass seeds are a big problem for your dog because they can get stuck in their hair and burrow deep in their coat close to the skin. This irritates the skin making your dog uncomfortable, irritated and can eventually cause a lot of pain. Once a seed has stuck to your dog's hair, it gradually moves deeper and closer to the skin with every move your dog makes.

All breeds of dog can be affected by grass seeds but the breeds that typically suffer from penetrating grass seeds are spaniels or breeds with hairy paws and ears. The most common areas that attract the seeds are the ears and feet as they are the hairiest and the grass seeds are hidden so you do not realise the seed is there until it is too late.

Take a look at our blog post on The Dangers of Grass Seeds to Dogs for more information.

Dog with Grass Seed in Ear

Dog with Grass Seed in Foot

Grass Seed in a Dogs Paw


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