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    Hi, my female had this problem. I used stridex alcohol free pads and kept dry until it cleared up. Now I just make sure to wipe her mouth clean after meals and keep it dry after she drinks.

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    my one year old has the same thing and he rubs his face and drags it across the carpet. he is also on royal canin witch i thought was a really good dog food, he also keeps getting yeast infections in his nose wrinkle and i cant clear it. i took him to the vet and they said he didn't look like a bulldog with allergies.

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    did he give you animax creme for his wrinkle? Works wonders!
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    Yes, it seems that it happened the same time last year as this year. Pollen is out in full bloom. So, that is what I am assuming it is. If is was her dog food, I would think it would have happened a long time ago.

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    I will have to try that. I didn't know you could use stridex on your dog. It seems that alot of medicines that humans use seem to work on the dogs too.

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    Be careful with the acne pads, it will burn. Make sure you get the generic brand ( don't use stridex for example). The brand name ones are a lot stronger. If they have any open sores or wounds this will actually cause them to rub the face more. Use this on your baby once you have everything more "under control".
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