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Dundeered

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Before I order is this the correct stuff ? Just I previously ordered the wrong bag balm so want to make sure
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As Helene said, really mash that tube around A LOT every time as it does separate and you need the thick lotion, not just the oily stuff.
 
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Dundeered

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We actually emptied the tube into a jar because its much easier to mix
It arrived today which was great service from Amazon. I’ve shaked tube and pretty sure I’ve got it mixed but could see benefits of decanting into a jar. Put a bit on a bald patch to see overnight. He visited vets on Monday night because he had clawed his neck raw. Been on steroids and antibiotics which have stopped scratching. They shaved patch and applied antiseptic. I’ve been dabbing with clorahexadine wipes and it’s no longer red raw but hard brown scab. There are bits under chin where they didn’t shave and it’s all matted and scabbing over. I’m guessing like humans when we have a graze or scratch the scab will fall off or crumble off when skin has repaired underneath? I’ve been worried sick about him. I’ve received a fur allergy test kit as want to try and see what possibly is causing him to scratch. Hopefully get an insight into food intolerances and environmental and have decided he’s going raw fed. Currently been on cold pressed but after reading on here my minds made up RAW is the way forward. I’m going to get pre prepared raw packs
 
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It arrived today which was great service from Amazon. I’ve shaked tube and pretty sure I’ve got it mixed but could see benefits of decanting into a jar. Put a bit on a bald patch to see overnight. He visited vets on Monday night because he had clawed his neck raw. Been on steroids and antibiotics which have stopped scratching. They shaved patch and applied antiseptic. I’ve been dabbing with clorahexadine wipes and it’s no longer red raw but hard brown scab. There are bits under chin where they didn’t shave and it’s all matted and scabbing over. I’m guessing like humans when we have a graze or scratch the scab will fall off or crumble off when skin has repaired underneath? I’ve been worried sick about him. I’ve received a fur allergy test kit as want to try and see what possibly is causing him to scratch. Hopefully get an insight into food intolerances and environmental and have decided he’s going raw fed. Currently been on cold pressed but after reading on here my minds made up RAW is the way forward. I’m going to get pre prepared raw packs
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Not sure if you already have some but “Hibiscrub” is also very good, you only need a very weak solution and very good for cleaning but dont use too often because it can dry the skin out.
Our vet gave Wesleys hotspots on his face a real good wash with it and also removed all the matted fur and loose scabs.
After that we applied a steroid cream from the vet which cleared them up within a week.
we used NuStock on his back when he was scabbing up and losing fur, definitely seemed to help.
 

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