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    I feel like since I have had Rumble for over 2 months that I should know this answer but I don't so I want opinions to make sure I am doing everything I can for my little man. We clean his wrinkles daily with a nonscented baby wipe and then we dry them. Within an hour or two the wrinkles will be wet again. I am not sure if this is normal or not. We are currently feeding him Taste of the Wild High Prairie Puppy and we also put Apple Cider Vinegar in his water. The wrinkles do not smell and do not seem to bother him but I think they are supposed to be dry for longer than they are. Is there something else I should be trying or is this considered normal?

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    I have no idea what this is but I would look into food first! I hope this gets better!

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    Does he have very very deep wrinkles??? Porkys r the same way n bcuz we switched her food less than 2 weeks ago I'm waiting to see if they get better with the food change!!!


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    Default Re: Wet wrinkles by eyes and nose

    Same goes for Winston...its not a food thing for us as far as I am concerned. His wrinkles seem to be wet pretty frequently - no smell. I wipe them whenever I notice which is multiple times a day. It could be from play or even from drinking water - they are super messy with water lol.

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    Default Re: Wet wrinkles by eyes and nose

    Is Rumble getting tear stains under his eyes or is it just moisture?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Baconator View Post
    Is Rumble getting tear stains under his eyes or is it just moisture?
    No tear stains, just moisture. We have him drinking water from a bottle and not a dish so I don't think that would be the issue.

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    Tank also has that problem (just wet but no stains) and had began having a yeasty nose rope, red face and paws. I have starting making his treats and have just completed his food switch from Fromms beef frittata to natures variety instinct salmon. Halfway through the switch his eyes were the best they had been for a long time. I was very hopeful the new food would do the trick but now they are wet again - as always the right is worst than left- but nose rope is much better along with no red face or paws, so food switch was good. Like you I am still trying to figure out the wet face. I do know that chewing makes its worse and Benedryl doesn't make a difference. Hopefully, someone will come along to offer more help soon.

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    Default Re: Wet wrinkles by eyes and nose

    he is real young, so I would not think it is allergy related yet, but I could be wrong. Gonna tag some members to see what their thoughts are
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    Default Re: Wet wrinkles by eyes and nose

    Adolescence bully's are notorious for wet faces. If they are eating good food that they are not allergic too, they will grow out of it. Thing is , it can take some time, perhaps 1-1/2 years of age. Keep drying them off. that's the best thing you can do, if the skin get raw, apply a dab of Desitin
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sherry View Post
    Adolescence bully's are notorious for wet faces. If they are eating good food that they are not allergic too, they will grow out of it. Thing is , it can take some time, perhaps 1-1/2 years of age. Keep drying them off. that's the best thing you can do, if the skin get raw, apply a dab of Desitin
    This makes me feel better that it is normal! We will just keep trying to dry them off a couple times a day then. Thank you!

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    Quote Originally Posted by tiffykay06 View Post
    I feel like since I have had Rumble for over 2 months that I should know this answer but I don't so I want opinions to make sure I am doing everything I can for my little man. We clean his wrinkles daily with a nonscented baby wipe and then we dry them. Within an hour or two the wrinkles will be wet again. I am not sure if this is normal or not. We are currently feeding him Taste of the Wild High Prairie Puppy and we also put Apple Cider Vinegar in his water. The wrinkles do not smell and do not seem to bother him but I think they are supposed to be dry for longer than they are. Is there something else I should be trying or is this considered normal?
    I was just at the vets last night n talked to her about this with porky she suggested athletes foot powder!! Not only does it help keep the fold dry but being that athletes foot is caused by a yeast bacteria it also helps heal an existing yeast issue!!!! I'm picking up some Saturday ill have to let ya know if it works


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    Quote Originally Posted by porkysmamma View Post
    I was just at the vets last night n talked to her about this with porky she suggested athletes foot powder!! Not only does it help keep the fold dry but being that athletes foot is caused by a yeast bacteria it also helps heal an existing yeast issue!!!! I'm picking up some Saturday ill have to let ya know if it works


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    I have never heard of that and cannot wait to hear if it works!

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