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    Thanks a lot for all the responses.

    Can someone please guide me on how to give vit a, vit e and zinc as @ Lalaloopise has stated. What would be the dosage?

    I give him a probiotic daily, along with some fish oils.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nellbell View Post
    Try Curaseb Chlorhexidine Shampoo 4% formula. Has to be 4% and you have to leave it on for 10 minutes. We struggled with this for over a year, spent tons of money trying various remedies, and this solved the problem. You can get it on amazon.
    I use use this shampoo, but I’m only able to get a 2% formula. Will look out for 4%. Thanks for the tip!

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    Our vet here is the same. He won’t prescribe any meds for the skin infection, only cetrizine. And baths with two shampoos, each to be left for 10 min.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OptimisticBully View Post
    I use use this shampoo, but I’m only able to get a 2% formula. Will look out for 4%. Thanks for the tip!
    https://smile.amazon.com/Curaseb-Chl...for+dogs&psc=1

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    Default Re: Skin Issue : Hair Regrown Naturally:)

    Here are some photos there’s a big difference:


    Contrary to normal reasoning, I actually stopped his baths, the medicated shampoos were too strong for him. I think they depleted his skin of all its natural oils.

    Used a couple of natural products and he got his hair back before Christmas. I’m a newbie, nevertheless I’ll list the things I used, it could probably help some our bully pals out there, and can’t do any harm.

    1) Coconut oil, in food and rubbed on the skin.
    2) Calendula ointment, applied on the hairless spots to avoid any infection.
    3) I also used a natural immunity supplement, that made with herbs, specifically for dogs.
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    5) Most importantly I used a homemade oatmeal moisturiser, applied it 3-4 times a day. I think this help a lot. It also made his coat a lot softer.

    Within two weeks the hair started growing and within a month, he was back again looking great.

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    Default Re: Skin Issue : Hair Regrown Naturally:)

    Quote Originally Posted by OptimisticBully View Post
    Here are some photos thereís a big difference:


    Contrary to normal reasoning, I actually stopped his baths, the medicated shampoos were too strong for him. I think they depleted his skin of all its natural oils.

    Used a couple of natural products and he got his hair back before Christmas. Iím a newbie, nevertheless Iíll list the things I used, it could probably help some our bully pals out there, and canít do any harm.

    1) Cocnut oil, in food and rubbed on the skin.
    2) Calendula ointment, applied on the hairless spots to avoid any infection.
    3) I also used a natural immunity supplement, that made with herbs, specifically for dogs.
    4) Guduchi
    5) Most importantly I used a homemade oatmeal moisturiser, applied it 3-4 times a day. I think this help a lot. It also made his coat a lot softer.

    Within two weeks the hair started growing and within a month, he was back again looking great.
    Fantastic!!!

    I also found out from our groomer this past weekend... if you scratch or soft brush the area backwards, it stimulates the follicles and the fur will return quicker. Lambeau is loving his massage ... lol


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    Default Re: Skin Issue : Hair Regrown Naturally:)

    Yes, the backwards massage helps a lot, I do it with the oil as well as with the oatmeal moisturiser!

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    Default Re: Skin Issue : Hair Regrown Naturally:)

    Quote Originally Posted by OptimisticBully View Post
    Yes, the backwards massage helps a lot, I do it with the oil as well as with the oatmeal moisturiser!
    His fur looks great!!


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