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    hiya @Baconator

    thanks for asking. he's doing better. no more diarrhea but no matter what we do, can't seem to resolve his skin issues. at least they're better (for now).


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    Quote Originally Posted by Blueberrys Mom View Post
    hiya @Baconator

    thanks for asking. he's doing better. no more diarrhea but no matter what we do, can't seem to resolve his skin issues. at least they're better (for now).
    that's good that they are better for now. Poor guy can't get a break. Have they run a full allergy panel on him yet?

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    Quote Originally Posted by pdolphin27 View Post
    that's good that they are better for now. Poor guy can't get a break. Have they run a full allergy panel on him yet?
    Not yet. My vet it's not totally reliable. Thinking it might be seasonal and if it is, will clear up on it's own when it gets cooler.
    Meanwhile, he's getting baths 2 times a week with Duoxo shampoo ,and wiped down daily with the pads. This seems to keep the yeast and bacteria in check for the most part.


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    2 baths a week make him the cleanest Bully on the entire East Coast!! We have to do the daily wipe too. Duoxo pads and the cephalexine are the only things that help with his acne and this bacterial infection. Hopefully the cooler weather will help the little muffin out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blueberrys Mom View Post
    Not yet. My vet it's not totally reliable. Thinking it might be seasonal and if it is, will clear up on it's own when it gets cooler.
    Meanwhile, he's getting baths 2 times a week with Duoxo shampoo ,and wiped down daily with the pads. This seems to keep the yeast and bacteria in check for the most part.
    Make sure you aren't bathing him too much and drying out his skin, we use a shampoo with tea tree oil in it and I have a spray moisturizer with aloe and tea tree oil in it

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    I hope blue feels a little better soon.

    Quote Originally Posted by Lisabear123 View Post
    When using the canned pumpkin, is there a particular brand? Is it just the stuff you can buy in a grocery store? (I know jot the pie filling stuff).
    Yes that you get to go to store. I think the band I find is Livys. As long as your pumpkin you're good to go. You can give 2 tablespoons, Twice-daily I believe. It's good for diarrhea and/or constipation.
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