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    Thanks everyone! Here is an updated picture. Looks MUCH better!!! All I did was change from the raised feeder to putting it back on the floor, and be more diligent about wiping her chin dry. Quite a difference in just two days.

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    Thanks everyone! Here is an updated picture. Looks MUCH better!!! All I did was change from the raised feeder to putting it back on the floor, and be more diligent about wiping her chin dry. Quite a difference in just two days.
    Wow big difference in two days!


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    It does look alot better, good to see. I love her teeth!!

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    @pdolphin27...... I love her teefies, too.

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    Default Re: Acne? Got questions!

    We have had this problem with both of our Bulldogs; in fact, our vet says dog acne is just as common as acne in human teens! Some of the advice our vet gave us that has worked includes antibiotics to clear up the initial outbreak (if the acne is severe, has open wounds, or is not healing quickly). Stridex pads can help with future breakouts and may even help to ease pain. Just as so many others have said, keep the chin dry, especially after every drink/meal.

    Finally ... the one thing that makes our second Bully break out the most ... is playing with plastic bottles! I would have never figured this one out if were not for my vet! Bullies LOVE to play with empty plastic bottles, and mine tries to get one whenever he possibly can; however, his chin will break out if he does. So, if Daisy plays with plastic, you might want to try taking it away to see if that helps.

    Good luck!

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