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    Default Re: My Bulldog hot spot are getting worst. May i ask if any one know what should i do?

    the biggest thing with bulldogs is diet. then their skin, which will always tell you there's something going on. keep the hot spot area dry, what I mean by that is put things on it that will dry it out.
    If you give a him bath, try using a dish detergent, like Dawn. rinse the soap off real good and then, with 1cup white vinegar to 1 gal of water. pour this over him and leave it on, don't rinse it off. Dry like usual

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    Default Re: My Bulldog hot spot are getting worst. May i ask if any one know what should i do?

    Quote Originally Posted by desertskybulldogs View Post
    Shave the area and wash it with hibiclens or another antibacterial soap, it needs air to dry out or it will continue to spread. Put any product with bacteria killer and drying agent in it like yellow listerine, malacetic, witch hazel, ect.... then apply some sort of steroid cream like hydrocortisone in a small amount, just enough to relieve the itching. If you have malacetic ultra that's your best bet. Do this 3 times a day.

    Do you know what caused the hot spot? For that area I would say food or collar is the culprit.


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    Hotspots are usually a reaction to an allergen.... maybe think about asking your vet for a full blood screen allergy test to help you know what to avoid for your bully
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    Default Re: My Bulldog hot spot are getting worst. May i ask if any one know what should i do?

    Hi,

    I changed his food(5 Stars) since yesterday and bought a Anti-Itch Spray for dogs(NUTRI-VET).

    but when i came home last night i see his hot sport is turning yellow and green.

    May i ask if it is normally?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jxonla View Post
    Hi,

    I changed his food(5 Stars) since yesterday and bought a Anti-Itch Spray for dogs(NUTRI-VET).

    but when i came home last night i see his hot sport is turning yellow and green.

    May i ask if it is normally?

    Thank you.
    Please switch the food slowly, otherwise it will cause stomach upset.

    That area need to be shaved. Yellow and green sounds like infection but it could be puss. If you cannot shave it you need to see a vet who can get your baby better.


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