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Allergys and sore lookin butt

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Allergys and sore lookin butt

Post  Old Mother Hubbard on 5/1/2011, 5:58 pm

My poor Wellington has a sore looking butt. It looks sore and puffy. Vet says its allergys and put benadryl or neosporin cream on. Anal glands were fine. Any thoughts?

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Re: Allergys and sore lookin butt

Post  northernwitch on 5/1/2011, 8:25 pm

Well, that sounds miserable. I've used warm decaffeinated green tea bags on sore or itchy spots on my dogs with good success. Might be worth a try. Poor old man.

I do have a great visual of you holding a teabag on a pug butt, however......

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Re: Allergys and sore lookin butt

Post  Aussie Witch on 5/1/2011, 10:44 pm

Nothing to add to Blanche's suggestion other than also a good giggle at the visual. I hope you can find him some relief. It sounds painful.

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Re: Allergys and sore lookin butt

Post  Snifter&Toddy on 5/2/2011, 2:22 am

Note to self - never accept an offer of green tea at Blanche's house.

Hope he's feeling better soon.

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Re: Allergys and sore lookin butt

Post  H the P on 5/2/2011, 1:22 pm

Snifter&Toddy wrote:Note to self - never accept an offer of green tea at Blanche's house.
!!!!! Laughing
Poor Wellington, though. Sounds very uncomfortable, poor chap. Unfortunately no helpful suggestions here despite living with a totally allergy-prone pug, which can be something of a nightmare particularly in the warmer months. sigh

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