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second the recommendation for B vitamins.
Same in people , I believe the condition is chelitis ?? cheylitis ?

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whole food sources for Vitamin B -- carob , alfalfa (the entire complex B) , barley grass , sunflower seeds , almonds, raspberry, bell peppers - red and green, garlic , burdock, nettles, spirulina -- all ingredients I use in the supplements - plus keep reminding a vegan son to make sure he has a good source of non-meat Vitamin B and B12 .

meat sources - poultry, eggs, liver , fortified milk

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My vet calls it lip fold pyoderma. Penaten cream was recommended here and it works great.
Correct. There was a sticky at some point with pictures- found it-

Lip Fold Pyoderma

My Penny's pictures are on there, exactly same condition as OP dog, healed with penaten cream, twice per day for 1 week

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treat the cause not the symptom

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treat the cause not the symptom
From the inside and the outside

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might be something to do with immune system issues too....do some research, see a good vet...

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B3 and super bugs, MRSA, C.Diff.

healing comes from within...these are signs of nutritional deficiencies - these deficiencies leave the body exposed to pathogens...

60-80% of immune function comes from the gut and what you put in it, that includes the bad - like synthetic nutrients added to kibble to balance out what was lost during heat processing.

Vitamin B3 may help in fight against staph infections, ?superbugs? | News & Research Communications | Oregon State University

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