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    i dealt with it before but wonder if i can use neosporin after (does it help to speed of the process?) i clean it with witch hazel? or should i just keep it dry? thank guys.

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    Dry and air are your friend.... I do not put anything on it -- just shave, clean with witch hazel and keep it dry
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    Default Re: another post about hotspot..

    thanks that is what i did last time, but saw some post about people put neosporin on it after i just wonder if that help to speed up the process. thanks again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by xskyzx View Post
    i dealt with it before but wonder if i can use neosporin after (does it help to speed of the process?) i clean it with witch hazel? or should i just keep it dry? thank guys.
    I have done it both ways; leaving it dry with just witch hazel, and also using neosporin. I found they are both effective. If it looked red, irritated; I did add neosporin, and its always helped. Another awesome thing is Vetericyn, that stuff is amazing! I got it off Amazon.

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    Yes, when Martha got hotspots from wearing "the Cone" arrrrgh, I used Vetericyn. It cleared them up.
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    vetericyn, common at any pet supply stores also help.
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    Default Re: another post about hotspot..

    Drying it out is the best way, I would not use Neosporin on it, preferably something with a steroid like hydraCortizone would be better. I personally would use a Panalog type ointment or Malecetic ultra, because they contain an antibacterial, anti-fungal, as well as a steroid.


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    Default Re: another post about hotspot..

    thank you guys, witch hazel did wonderful job for him last time. just want to know if neosporin would benefits him. thanks again.

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