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NEED HELP WITH MY BLUE'S SKIN ISSUE

Discussion in 'Health & Nutritional Care' started by RoyBaby, Apr 5, 2020.

  1. RoyBaby

    RoyBaby Puppy

    Hi all ;
    There is a skin problem in my dog's head I put it in photos vets can not tell me a definite explanation
    Would you mind please help me ?
    Thanks in advance
     

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  2. Nat Ursula

    Nat Ursula Good Dog

    Does he lie on his back and squiggle/scratch his own back on the patio or hard surfaces. Tonka has a pretty big spot on her head from doing this.
     
  3. Timo2020

    Timo2020 Puppy

    I struggled w/ my dog's allergies starting from when he was a puppy. A vet prescribed Vetricyn, it's a spray. That worked pretty well, combined w/
    Benedryl, a vet also suggested that. You can get the spray on Amazon--much much cheaper. I'm making an assumption that it's allergies.
    I wish you luck.
     
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  4. Michele

    Michele Chi Super Dog Staff Member Administrator

    What are you feeding?
     
  5. RoyBaby

    RoyBaby Puppy

    He is on a raw diet for 5 months
    He is getting beef and chicken
    Veggies like broccoli zucchini spinach and sometimes oatmeal
    Veggies and
     
  6. RoyBaby

    RoyBaby Puppy

    Yes he is doing that when we go outside for walks especially on grass because he is happy he is doing that everyday
     
  7. RoyBaby

    RoyBaby Puppy

    I will have a look at those ingredients because vet gave us some spreys and creams however nothing works I am worried if it gets bigger :(
     
  8. RoyBaby

    RoyBaby Puppy

    So Benadryl is antihistamine right ? I just looked the ingredients maybe it is allergy ?
    Oh my god no successful vet here ti find a solution for this
     
  9. Nat Ursula

    Nat Ursula Good Dog

    Tonka's spot has gotten much bigger. The Vet. can give him a shot that does not affect his immune system. it is called Cytopoint injection. It doesn't stop him from being allergic. It just stops him from feeling itchy. If he scratches more you can do that. Fish oil seems to be helping Tonka a bit. You could also try Colostrum. If he is rolling in grass I would definitely wipe him down every time you come in from a walk etc. We use a wet cloth and wipe down their whole bodies, especially focusing inbetween toe pads, etc. Then we take a dry cloth and pat them down as well. You want to make sure you dry inbetween toes, armpits, and groin area. Also, probiotics help too.
     
  10. Nat Ursula

    Nat Ursula Good Dog

    They need more baths during allergy season as well. Use a really good shampoo for dogs like Zymox and dont make the water too warm. Then you also want to rinse them for about 10 min.
     
  11. WilliamR

    WilliamR Puppy

    It doesn’t look good. What caused these allergies? My dog Trevor is allergic to pollen and used to cause skin irritation for which I used dexamethasone, suggested by his vet, it helped reduce the redness and inflammation. I think in your case, it’s better to get in touch with a vet ‘cause if you used the wrong medication on your dog’s allergies that might cause further irritation. You should try to at least get on a call with your vet if you already have one. If you don’t have one, try searching online, just for a consultation, it can even be telephonic. I am familiar with these 2 websites - greatvet, veterinarians, (I found a vet clinic for my dog on greatvet). Just enter your zip code to start the search.

    Hope that helps!
     

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