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    Default Bullies will be bullies.... Advice?

    So duke is full blown teething and him and duchess play non stop, duke has been latching onto duchess' fold and I just noticed he broke the skin in an area. It's not bad but should I let it be? Or possibly apply something to it?

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    Default Re: Bullies will be bullies.... Advice?

    We are having the same thing happen to HRH from Amelia. At the advice of @Lucy-licious I put some Desitin on it and on her neck folds where little Shark has broken the skin. It does seem to soothe her and takes the redness away a lot quicker.

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    Awesome thanks!

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    I think duke has a suction cup attached to his mouth! Holy crap he picks up everything on walks and he's so fast about it! Duchess never did that. It's hard at nighttime on walks to watch him.

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    Default Re: Bullies will be bullies.... Advice?

    You could try some Polysporin cream on it, it will soothe it, and heal it at the same time
    LEARN A LESSON FROM YOUR DOG, NO MATTER WHAT LIFE BRINGS YOU, KICK SOME GRASS OVER THAT AND MOVE ON.

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