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We need to find a long sleeved shirt for Tonka.

Discussion in 'Products & Equipment' started by Nat Ursula, Mar 14, 2016.

  1. Nat Ursula

    Nat Ursula Good Dog

    Hi,

    The Dermatologist recommended a long sleeved shirt with a higher neck line for Tonka's skin infection. Does anyone recommend anybody who makes clothes for dogs. I guess because she had an infection on her shoulder and neck, she is more likely to get more infections in the same spots.
     
  2. kayla baxter

    kayla baxter Big Dog

    What material are you looking for? I typically do fleece, but anything that stretches will work. Can be done without the back legs.
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  3. cagethedogman

    cagethedogman Little Dog

    I'd venture to say there should be a better option for relief than a full body suit. Maybe a diet change or a cleaning product used in the house
     
  4. cagethedogman

    cagethedogman Little Dog

    There has to be a root cause
     
  5. Nat Ursula

    Nat Ursula Good Dog

    They don't know what it is. They think it is very bad environmental allergies. We have very high dust and pollen counts in Arizona. It is the worst place in the country for environmental allergies. It is warm all year. There is never a break from pollen or dust. We removed the grass in our backyard because we thought she had a serious grass allergy. There is so much pollen on the pavers that they are yellow.
     
  6. fandt94

    fandt94 Little Dog Premium Member

    Poor doggie :(...What about home remedy topical sprays that won't harm Tonka but may prevent allergens?
     
  7. Nat Ursula

    Nat Ursula Good Dog

    Do you have any suggestions for sprays?
     

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