Vets Reading Bad Pet Advice, Part 3

It only gets worse.

After Part 1 and Part 2, it was hard to see how "Vets Read Bad Pet Advice," a video series from VetStreet.com, could top it all. Part 3 does however, with vets continuing to read tweets in the style of Jimmy Kimmel's "Celebrities Read Mean Tweets."

Here are a few choice highlights:

  1. "If your dog's poop floats, it means he doesn't have worms."
  2. "You need to let a dog lick their wounds to keep them clean." 

What bad advice have you heard? Let us know in the comments.

One thought on “Vets Reading Bad Pet Advice, Part 3

  1. My hubby and I saved an 10 year old Chihuahua named “Popsicle” a few months ago. A pitbull attack him on a walk the other day and he has a flank wound and unfortunately we don’t have the Money to get him help and here in NM they won’t help unless u have the cash right then and there. My hubby found an article on line of course about using granulated sugar. Now I’m down for any thing all natural but I’m thinking that’s nuts. Please tell me I’m right so he doesn’t try it.

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