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    Pudgy has been really itchy on his face.His wrinkles are raw and he has been rubbing on the couch real hard and even trying to rub it with his paws.. which in turn he ended up cutting his cheek open. Went to the vet and got neo predel powder. which doesnt work well i have been using desatin cream which helps a little but he is still real bothered by it.If anyone has any suggestions it would be greatly appreciated. I feel bad for the little fat guy.. Thank you

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    Default Re: Pudges face wrinkles! Need some advice on wat to do?

    yes feed is one of the biggest culprits for tear stains/allergy as dessertskybulldogs has posted what feed?,karen

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    Default Re: Pudges face wrinkles! Need some advice on wat to do?

    If you think he's yeasty, you can use yeast infection cream for women. I always keep some on hand just in case.
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    Default Re: Pudges face wrinkles! Need some advice on wat to do?

    The first question here is which food which has been asked. As far as managing, I recommend to clean and dry WELL. I dry until the fur looks "fluffy". Then use the desitin. I would do it several times a day to give the skin time to heal. If you think it is yeasty, you can try panalog cream from the vet.

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    Default Re: Pudges face wrinkles! Need some advice on wat to do?

    Maximus has the same problem. I spent months using DESITIN, wipes, Gold Bond powder, Mal-a-Ket wipes, Douxo wipes, and the raw, red, irritated wrinkles persisted. Contrary to belief, FOOD has nothing to do with this. Maximus has been on a very good Grain-Free Diet for months. I finally took him to the vet because of scabs and sores and hair loss on his back and hip areas. The Vet diagnosed him with Pyoderma and dermatitis. He is on an Antibiotic for 1-Month, and I have to clean his tail-pocket and wrinkles with Chlorhexidine solution. The "Wrinkle" problem is bacterial in origin. Max also has to be shampooed twice a week with a Medicated shampoo. The Antibiotic Powder the VET gave me for the wrinkles, along with the Oral antibiotic, and the Chlorhexidine has done wonders for his skin and his wrinkles.

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