After neutering it will take many months for the testosterone levels to go down. If you cannot get a handle on this soon he will have to be put down or he will eventually injure someone severely. His bite inhibition is gone, obviously and getting it back(training it back) is very unlikely. He...
I think what you should notice most(besides a quieter breathing boy) is that his stamina will be WAY up. This doesn't mean, however, that he won't overheat...so you'll still have to be careful about that. Thanks for posting up his story.
Agree with aforementioned...especially the skin scraping/sensitivity test to make sure you are dosing the correct, most effective antibiotic.
Many Vets will give too short of a course of medications. Some dogs need at least 6 weeks.
It would likely cost more $$$ but I'd get him to a specialist and have him evaluated for distichiasis or entropion. A corneal abrasion or ulcer is nothing to mess around with. If it goes too long you may be looking at a perforation and possible need for a graft.
Hoping for a quick recovery!
Cephalexin is the GoTo drug for Staph infection. His Staph looks advanced. He would require a minimum of 8 weeks. Subsidize that with Douxo Mousse daily on the affected areas. Once under control, the aforementioned suggestions concerning probiotics and immune system healing will help keep the...