Not to sound stupid but what exactly does chin acne look like on a bully? It doesn't look like acne per say on Lily but more on the dark pink side especially on both sides of her lower lip. I have to take a pic later when I get home from work and post it.
I do use all stainless and glass bowls. I buy her human cotton blankets and wash in a sensitive skin laundry detergent.
Another thing, my bully growing up was allergic to grass. He would like and chew his paws like crazy, so of course the worse time of year was summer. My mom limited where he went for summer walks. We lived up north so bark mulch was common and she would have sections of the yard mulched to limit his grass walking. He also got allergy shots monthly, but I don't think vets do that as much.
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How is Tonka doing? Right now Lily is on Benadryl twice a day.
I'm going to try the shampoo and bathing more often. I am going to try everything that everyone suggested.
I did have her on the bland diet as well and she was still biting, licking and rubbing.
I do wipe her feet down with baby wipes everday.
I just don't know what it could be.
I will speak to the vet about the Animax Ointment. Thanks
I hope Tonka is doing better!!
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Is there anything I can do at home to help get rid of it? Besides keeping it dry & clean?
Twice said use stridex at least 1 x a day always dry her mouth after eating,drinking...Use stainless steal bowls and clean 2x a day with hot water and I would use baby wipes on his chin 2-3 x a day...I would stick with Fromm until you can have an alergy test done! Its one of the best foods out there ...
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@Lily122511 you can also put some neosporin (or a generic brand) on acne spots too!
Tonka is doing OK, we just started allergy shots so we will have to see how that goes. He did scratch his eye a little today so that was all red and boogery.
Just wanted to suggest that if the benadryl isn't helping you can try a new antihistamine too. They belong to different "classes" so Benadryl is in a different class of antihistamine than Claritan, for example. You can call your vet and he can give you the correct dosage of a new one if you want to try. Maybe look into Hydroxyzine, it's what Tonka's on and it's prescription only but as far as antihistamines go for severe allergies, it seems to be one of the types that works the best for a lot of dogs with bad allergies. Of all the ones we tried for Tonka, that seems to be the best for us.