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    You dont need ebsom salts if you use exmadrid and it would heal there paws quicker

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    Thanks @benny316 spoke to my friend today and she's ordered some of the exmadrid so hopefully will get started with that Asap - @aprilemari sorry yes I meant pharmacy I looked on Amazon and they had 2 different ones so it confused me a little ( which is not hard to do haha) @Davidh I've told her to look for grain free brand of dog food she currently feeds him beta she has just had her flooring replaced in her kitchen so could be that - it flared up around the same time - these bully's are right sensitive souls arnt they


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    Its awesome stuff my becky had an awful time with interdigital cysts and them up (I say them because she had them on 3 paws at the same time) within a couple of weeks she was back to herself. Let's know how you get on with the ointment I have posted about this stuff before on the site as I think that bully owners would prefer this than trying to bath there bullys feet every night anyhow this is a picture of my pack hope that all works out with your little one

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    Quote Originally Posted by benny316 View Post
    Its awesome stuff my becky had an awful time with interdigital cysts and them up (I say them because she had them on 3 paws at the same time) within a couple of weeks she was back to herself. Let's know how you get on with the ointment I have posted about this stuff before on the site as I think that bully owners would prefer this than trying to bath there bullys feet every night anyhow this is a picture of my pack hope that all works out with your little one
    Thank-you yes i'l let you know how she gets on with it, hopefully we'll have the little guy cleared up and back to his old self in no time - Id never heard of this ointment before but I guess that's the great thing about this site we can all share our experiences of different lotions and potions to help our little guys out your pack is beautiful by the way


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    It was a friend of mine who has had bullys all his life recommend it to me. The vets I go to hadn't heard of it either but they couldn't argue as the result was so good with her paws they have even advised other bully owners who attend the clinic of this ointment.

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    Is it ok to soak the paws in Epsom salt just to keep them clean like giving them a pawdicure?



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    Quote Originally Posted by MissWaddles13 View Post
    Is it ok to soak the paws in Epsom salt just to keep them clean like giving them a pawdicure?



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    Quote Originally Posted by 2BullyMama View Post
    yes, maybe like once a month or so
    Good to know, thank you


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    Default Re: Sore paw & Epsom salts

    Hi
    I use organic apple cider vinegar to clean chumleys as he sometimes gets itchy paws and then licks it like crazy , after I've dried them well I apply betadine.

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