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Old 11-09-2012, 03:56 PM   #11 (permalink)
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I've had really good luck using emu oil on hot spots (if you can find it) Worked well for my Australian Shepherd. The irritation went away and he was growing hair back faster than with anything else I'd tried.

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I will apply Gold Bond Medicated Body Powder to the spot. I hold my hand over her eye and sprinkle it on the spot and rub it in. I do this three times a day and by day two it is gone and she isn't scratching anymore. It works like a charm every time.
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I've had really good luck using emu oil on hot spots (if you can find it) Worked well for my Australian Shepherd. The irritation went away and he was growing hair back faster than with anything else I'd tried.
Thanks for both suggestions, good to know for future reference.

The spot was a bit messy so the vet had to shave it down again (poor Cali). She gave me some medicated scrub to wash it with and a cream called "flamazine" to treat it with once a day. Cali also had to wear a cute little green cone for a few days. LOL The treatment has worked really, really well. I went to treat the spot tonight and it took me ages to find it!
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