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    Default Re: Eye Discharge/Skin Irritation Help Needed

    Quote Originally Posted by Texas Carol View Post
    Are you using any eye drops? Not regular eye drops (bad) but like
    Allergan's ReFresh Liquigel.

    Do you give treats...what kind?

    I'd rub coconut oil (just a bit, not much) onto that raw area or just
    a tiny bit of antibiotic ointment.

    Please let us know how he does!
    The antibiotic ointment seems to be helping. And it's in an area he can't lick off. I don't know why I didn't think of it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KimDe View Post
    The antibiotic ointment seems to be helping. And it's in an area he can't lick off. I don't know why I didn't think of it.
    So glad to hear this, Kim, give him butt scratches from me!

    And...me too...simple things escape me, lol...just glad it's working.


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    Default Re: Eye Discharge/Skin Irritation Help Needed

    My girl gets the same thing. The irritation is dermatitis. I clean the area w Malacetic wipes, pat it dry, and then apply Desitin (regular strength) w/ a Q-tip once daily. The dermatitis should go away in a few days. Once it's gone, use a powder (Goldbond) to help keep the moisture at bay.


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