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    Hi there, the sores are on her Back, I think I have saw that clinic, we go on yonge and Bathurst a lot to get around. Did you see the pic of the sores? I don't understand why the vets didn't scrape one just to check. Where do you take your bully and are you happy with them?

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    Ok thank you, I appreciate your help

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    Hi Angela, sorry you and Winny are going through this. I'm not sure what the sores could be, but they could be an allergic reaction to something. I also am not familiar with any vets in the Toronto Area, I live in Mississauga, and we see Dr. Madden on Brittania in Mississauga, On.
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    Thank you,

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    Welcome to EBN. Yep dry those suckers up. I use Douxo pads also. Sounds like allergy reaction or stress from the move can run down her resistance. A dollop of yogurt on her food is one way to get probiotic in her anything to bring up her immune system . I'm on my phone, but I'm going to look at your pic next time I'm on computer .


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    Yes, a dollop of plain, unsweetened greek yogurt is great to build up the immune
    system. Put a capful of red cider vinegar(with Mother in it, on label)in drinking water
    will do this too as well as other healthy benefits.


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    they may not have scraped if your winny hasn't been itching them like crazy. our vet said if it was mange, she'd be trying everything to scratch it.

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    and the scraping isn't pleasant...they scrape until they bleed

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    Greetings. If it is a fungus, like ringworm, it takes a while to clear up with the medication and the hair will grow back like there was never a problem. If it is ringworm be careful and always wash your hands after applying the medication or touching as it is contagious to humans as well

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    [QUOTE=Rural mystic;429693]Greetings. If it is a fungus, like ringworm, it takes a while to clear up with the medication and the hair will grow back like there was never a problem. If it is ringworm be careful and always wash your hands after applying the medication or touching as it is contagious to humans as well[/QUOTE

    Tim, does ringworm get weepy like this?


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    [QUOTE=Texas Carol;429696]
    Quote Originally Posted by Rural mystic View Post
    Greetings. If it is a fungus, like ringworm, it takes a while to clear up with the medication and the hair will grow back like there was never a problem. If it is ringworm be careful and always wash your hands after applying the medication or touching as it is contagious to humans as well[/QUOTE

    Tim, does ringworm get weepy like this?
    You know I posted before I saw the pic and then I had my doubts. Ace had one case, about the size of a dime on one of his ears when we brought him home from the kennel as a pup. The breeder's husband said he thought it was where the litter pups were playing and may have chewed it. But it was circular and crusty looking there may have been a little moisture but I don't remember it being much. The Vet diagnosed it as ringworm and I treated with OTC fungal cream. But in the beginning stages it may have looked like the picture but I didn't see it. When we picked up Ace it had already shed most of the hair inside the ringworm fungus. But it could be some other form of fungus and not ringworm and the antifungal would still help. Sorry can't be of more help
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    Get some Vetercyn. Works great on just about everything!! I swear by it! You can usually find it anywhere but on Amazon its cheaper. Love this stuff!! Look it up online to get more info. Good luck!! and welcome!

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