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Old 08-22-2012, 10:40 PM   #11 (permalink)
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yeah, I thought it was scar tissue "Okay , the tail, looks like it had a bit of an injury , maybe another pup biting and holding on , or the dog had fleas and gnawed at the itch , the skin was broken and is now fixing itself , hair will regrow."

You may want to make a little "medicine cabinet" for animal use .

Betadine, collodial silver (min 10 ppm) , MSM cream , pure lanolin salve , manuka oil - manuka honey , honey ,
hydrogen peroxide, -- for cuts , bites, scrapes, burnt paws, torn nails, nothing spoils and each can be used for yourself as well.
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Old 08-23-2012, 02:22 AM   #12 (permalink)
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brand new pup and post 1 pic only? "sad face" very cute pup. house breaking, you understand is all about prevention and having to wait until he has bladder control right. once the pup is old enough to have bladder control, it takes about a week to ten days for house breaking. need more pics!
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Old 08-23-2012, 02:27 AM   #13 (permalink)
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yeah, I thought it was scar tissue "Okay , the tail, looks like it had a bit of an injury , maybe another pup biting and holding on , or the dog had fleas and gnawed at the itch , the skin was broken and is now fixing itself , hair will regrow."

You may want to make a little "medicine cabinet" for animal use .

Betadine, collodial silver (min 10 ppm) , MSM cream , pure lanolin salve , manuka oil - manuka honey , honey ,
hydrogen peroxide, -- for cuts , bites, scrapes, burnt paws, torn nails, nothing spoils and each can be used for yourself as well.
This is great advice. Thank you!
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looks like a nice pup - good luck to you .
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Old 10-05-2012, 12:31 AM   #15 (permalink)
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yeah, I thought it was scar tissue "Okay , the tail, looks like it had a bit of an injury , maybe another pup biting and holding on , or the dog had fleas and gnawed at the itch , the skin was broken and is now fixing itself , hair will regrow."

You may want to make a little "medicine cabinet" for animal use .

Betadine, collodial silver (min 10 ppm) , MSM cream , pure lanolin salve , manuka oil - manuka honey , honey ,
hydrogen peroxide, -- for cuts , bites, scrapes, burnt paws, torn nails, nothing spoils and each can be used for yourself as well.
Well, Manuka Oil or Honey is really best. You should always have it in your medicine cabinet. Honey is a natural antibiotoic. You can use it on any cut, scratch, scrape, whatever. It's takes the pain out and heals VERY fast. Also you can use a waterproof bandage and seal it all the way around because the honey runs.
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Old 12-04-2012, 11:48 PM   #16 (permalink)
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You may want to make a little "medicine cabinet" for animal use .

Betadine, collodial silver (min 10 ppm) , MSM cream , pure lanolin salve , manuka oil - manuka honey , honey ,
hydrogen peroxide, -- for cuts , bites, scrapes, burnt paws, torn nails, nothing spoils and each can be used for yourself as well.
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Since I've never heard of any of these, where can I learn to safely apply them to my GSD, and to learn when I should apply them? It's a bit easier with humans, I'm just starting to learn about the canine system.
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Old 12-05-2012, 12:39 AM   #17 (permalink)
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I would add , Zymox , Defendex, Vetrycyn - choice over hydrogen peroxide ,
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