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12-26-2013 12:40 AM
EKSONi
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Originally Posted by Piper'sgrl View Post
what kind of bowls do you feed them from? Plastic, stainless steel?
using any plastic can cause sores from bacteria..It's best to use ceramic or stainless steel to avoid it.
We use stainless steel bowls to feed him.


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12-25-2013 11:18 PM
Piper'sgrl what kind of bowls do you feed them from? Plastic, stainless steel?
using any plastic can cause sores from bacteria..It's best to use ceramic or stainless steel to avoid it.
12-25-2013 08:51 PM
EKSONi
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You can try some coconut oil (organic raw, cold pressed). It is also great to feed to them, just a little. Or vitamin E (poke a hole in the capsule). I have several aloe plants to my disposal as well, you can rub that right on.
Alright thanks for the tip I'll try coconut oil. Here's a pic of one of the marks.Attachment 154090


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12-25-2013 08:16 PM
dawnandjr You can try some coconut oil (organic raw, cold pressed). It is also great to feed to them, just a little. Or vitamin E (poke a hole in the capsule). I have several aloe plants to my disposal as well, you can rub that right on.
12-25-2013 08:03 PM
EKSONi
Marks on muzzle

My pup which we just got yesterday has two marks on his mouth / muzzle area from playing rough with his brother. Can someone please tell me what to put on it or if I should leave it alone?

- Thanks
Rohit


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