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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 06-12-2014, 03:16 PM Thread Starter
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Please help me.

Zues is now 9 months old. He has pyoderma on his stomach that will not go away. We have tried everything... taken him to different vets and it will go away then come.back... idk.what to do please help!!!!

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I always try a cure first which is a departure from the norm...as long as the condition allows for it.

Have you tried any of these ideas?

Natural Cures for Pyoderma in Dogs

I'm a fan of using apple cider vinegar for many remedies for humans...I noticed ACV was also listed as an ingredient in "natural " cures for pyoderma.

I wish I could say I have firsthand knowledge of the efficacy of more natural remedies for pyoderma...but I do not.

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I used coconut oil on Traveler's hot spots and it worked well. He loves the taste so it's a job keeping him occupied to give it time to work.

It may be worth a try.

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have you tried vetericyn?

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It is an ongoing thing for us.


This is the only thing that has worked well.

http://healthypets.mercola.com/sites...infection.aspx

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It is an ongoing thing for us.


This is the only thing that has worked well.

http://healthypets.mercola.com/sites...infection.aspx
How well does the iodine work and how quick??

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I used coconut oil on Traveler's hot spots and it worked well. He loves the taste so it's a job keeping him occupied to give it time to work.

It may be worth a try.

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is pyoderma the same as a hotspot? he has pimple like lesions on his skin. They are getting out of hand.

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collodial silver may help....silver shield gel would be worth a try.
http://www.amazon.com/Natures-Sunshine-Silver-Shield-Gel/dp/B001JKIFPM

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