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I am in desperate need of help.
I rescued my jack Russell from a shelter about 3 years ago. After a week of having h noticed very read skin under his belly and chewing of his feet. Took him to the vets who gave him antibiotics and steroids which immediately cleared it up. However as soon as he comes off them it flares up. We have gone down all the testing routes, kept diaries of what may trigger it and checked his food. Unfortunately inconclusive. After 3 years I was at the end of my tether and so was my poor dog. It was decided to keep h on steroids in order to prevent flare ups and dispute it shortening his life span he has quality of life. However it's come to the point where I can't keep up and can't afford it and have to rehome him. I don't want him to go in a shelter and just want him to go to a good hime