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Old 01-04-2013, 08:00 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Yikes, Indy has a hot spot. It's the first thing she's ever had that needed any medical attention! I'm trying listerine as per Rayah-QualitySPs' suggestion in another thread, and if it doesn't look any better in the morning off to the vet again..usually it's always Maddy that I'm worrying about. Hopefully he won't send me home with chapstick again! That was embarrassing.
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Did you try the hotspot med at the store? It's worked for me!


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No I didn't; do you remember the brand name? Also, would it be sold at a pet store, or something like that? Thanks Ladyscarletthawk
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Put a photo up. They can look so differant from one dog to the next. I think photos help others to know one when they see one.
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Poor Indy! This video from Dr. Karen Becker, DVM has some good info that might be of help. Hope you get Indy's boo-boo resolved quickly!
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Thanks! I watched the video, and I'll follow those instructions. I took a picture CM, I'll post it in a bit.
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No I didn't; do you remember the brand name? Also, would it be sold at a pet store, or something like that? Thanks Ladyscarletthawk
Sulfodene!!! I had to go find my bottle lol. You can probably find it at the grocery store.. Walmart should have it, and pet stores should have it too. I bought mine at a big chain grocery store. I also used an ecollar to keep them from further Chewing/scratching themselves.
Years ago I was in a hurry and apparently irritated Eves face with my blade. I didn't notice it right away but I noticed the constant scratching. I didn't notice the scab as it was pretty flat and the hair had grown thru it and it was pretty smooth and fairly flush with her face. When I took a closer look I saw the scab and slowly AND easily pulled it back. It was Grody and I applied the sulfodene. The next day it was noticeably better. It healed very quickly.


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Thanks! I will pick some of that up
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I use diluted apple cider vinegar and spray on the hot spot a few times a day.

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