Leah Feldman

Location: Huntington Beach, California USA

Qualifications: DVM

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Dr. Leah received her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree from Western University of Health Sciences, College of Veterinary Medicine. She is currently licensed in the state of California (since 2010) and practices in Windsor.

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Answers from Leah Feldman

  • Dog has scabs on jaw

    What can I use to treat my dogs lower jaw where he has some kind of scabby substance on each side? I have 2 dogs and one has something that produces dark scabby stuff on his lower mouth on the outside. I have been cleaning it with peroxide and then putting antibiotic ointment on it once a day for the last couple of days but it doesn't seem to be getting any better. Any suggestions.

  • My cats's neck has a bump on it.

    My dad and I can't afford to bring my cat to a vet.There's this bubble like bump on the right side of my cat's neck and it is gradually getting bigger. Now, my dads no vet but he thinks that a tick had bit my cat and when she went to scratch it off, its head got stuck in her skin and got infected. He plans to drain it and treat it with an antiseptic (alcohol possibly). Now me, I expect the worst and think since he's not a vet he could make it worse or it's a worse prob. please help. Drain it? Or no?

  • My brother put lipstick on my cat, what should I do?


  • Should you massage a dog's leg if it has 'pitting' rdrma

    dog released today after 5 days in hospital for leg infection. other legs are now swollen and the leg first diagnosed seems to have pitting edema; dent is left after pressing. i was told to massage the leg but this seems wrong.

  • My dog is breathing slowly. What can I do?

    My dog was lifeless just about 15 minutes ago and I need to know if she is dying. She is breathing very slowly and I just want to be prepared.

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