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    Default Re: yeast infection or skin allergy???

    well in the land of bullies things can change fast sometimes. i agree start the meds now and use the shampoo the vet gave you. i looked it up but it doesnt look like it has anything in it for bacteria just stuff for itching. you may want to add in the duoxo ps shampoo or get some hibiclenz from the drug store to put on the spots if they do not start clearing up soon. it looks from the pictures you have several things going on. possible hot spots on the head as you describe wetness with some staff bumps and looks like hives on the side but could just be staff as they are scabbing with hair loss. then again could all just be allergies. these seem to indicate a change in food is needed. the food you are feeding is not grain free. you may want to do a bland diet of beef and rice and see if your baby gets better or you can try one of the grain free 4 star foods possibly beef fritatta. also watch any treats that are given to. keep us updated on how they are.
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    Quote Originally Posted by xskyzx View Post
    thanks, im going ahead to order it now,.and see the food will help him. surprised how fast he change from not allergic to the food till now.
    I hear ya there lol I'm dealing with the same thing almost a year old never had an allergy then bam biting paws pink face n a tiny spot of staph infection on the belly I think their enzymes in their digestive tracts change as they get older I know it does with humans anyways!!!!! Hopefully ur boy will get better n u won't have any more troubles


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    Default Re: yeast infection or skin allergy???

    http://www.petflow.com/product/fromm...a-dry-dog-food

    http://www.petflow.com/product/fromm...g-dry-dog-food

    i dont know which one should i get should i keep feeding him the one with chicken bc he might not be allergic to the chicken just the Grains that giving him trouble?
    or totally switch to beef frittata?

    thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by xskyzx View Post
    http://www.petflow.com/product/fromm...a-dry-dog-food

    http://www.petflow.com/product/fromm...g-dry-dog-food

    i dont know which one should i get should i keep feeding him the one with chicken bc he might not be allergic to the chicken just the Grains that giving him trouble?
    or totally switch to beef frittata?

    thanks
    Just my opinion... But i would go right to the beef


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