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    Default Re: Hot spot, staph, demodectic mange, injury...what is this?

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    Did they shave the area fir you? How is it looking?


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    They didn't shave the fur nor did she suggest that I shave it. I was surprised by this because when I went in, I had a pretty good idea already that it was a hot spot and I knew the recommendation was to shave it. She just told me to treat it with the vetericyn. Nothing more.

    It does appear to look better. It is more like a big scab now. No oozing and most of the redness is gone.

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    Default Re: Hot spot, staph, demodectic mange, injury...what is this?

    Quote Originally Posted by Jellyfish View Post
    They didn't shave the fur nor did she suggest that I shave it. I was surprised by this because when I went in, I had a pretty good idea already that it was a hot spot and I knew the recommendation was to shave it. She just told me to treat it with the vetericyn. Nothing more.

    It does appear to look better. It is more like a big scab now. No oozing and most of the redness is gone.

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    It will get hard and crusty before it is fully gone--- skin pulls tight as it is clearing. If you are comfortable doing it-- i still recommend shaving the fur -- it gives it the air it meeds to dry and fur traps dirt and moisture which can prolong the recovery


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    Default Re: Hot spot, staph, demodectic mange, injury...what is this?

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    This is what they gave me.



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    THANKS SO MUCH for posting that for me to see. I am totally going to order some, I like this idea better than the capsules or chews *that have added junk in them, for our guy!! Please let me know how you think it works and hope your baby's hot spot is gone asap!!

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