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    Question bleeding chin

    Hello, My bulldog loves to play so much that his chin starts to bleed. Any suggestions as to what to put on it or how to stop it other than not to play tough of war?

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    Default Re: bleeding chin

    I'd suggest Vaseline if it's rug burn. Destin also works well but I only do Desitin in spots where Cady can't lick and at times she will be confined to her bed it can make a mess on furniture & carpet.

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    I would not use vaseline on a open wound but neosporin would be appropriate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bella and Dozers Dad View Post
    I would not use vaseline on a open wound but neosporin would be appropriate.
    Agreed… or witch hazel on a cotton pad.

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    Default Re: bleeding chin

    All great advice and options above. I would take a break from playing that also until it heals, as carpets have tons of spores and germs that can cross into an open wound.

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