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Old 12-02-2012, 11:18 PM   #1 (permalink)
 

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My dog was bit...

While walking my 10 month old pitbull today, we came across a couple walking their Chihuahua mix, as always I let my dog sniff the dog coming towards us if they are friendly, they started smelling eachother and then wham... my dog jumped back, they said sorry and I continued walking...

When getting back to my truck I noticed blood, on the side of his neck he has two puncture wounds and slightly bleeding, I flushed them with peroxide and but some antiboitic on them... He's up to date with shots, my wife thinks I should call the vet, I'd prefer to keep a eye on it and save $120 bucks, can't imagine much they can do...

what do you think???
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Old 12-02-2012, 11:50 PM   #2 (permalink)
 
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I think as long as he doesn't have any other symptoms you should be ok. Keep an eye on him and keep the wound clean like u have done. And he should be fine. Dogs are good healers. Hope that helps!


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Old 12-02-2012, 11:57 PM   #3 (permalink)
 
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This may sound crazy but when my dogs got in a fight. I took them into the vet because they had puncture and tears on their necks and shoulders. He cleaned them out as you did then told me to put karo syrup or pure honey on the wounds. They help with swelling as well as speeds up the healing process plus helps with any pain they have. It worked wonders.
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I have heard of the honey thing too although never tried it.
When I had dogs with bites I do the same as what you did, peroxide for the 1st cleaning only then pack with neo or polysporin and just keep an eye on it. If you have antibiotics you can start it but if your dog is UTD on shots I would just keep an eye on it, watch for any infection and keep clean. Only time needed is if it is really deep or tore and needs stitches, not much else your vet will do then what you already did.
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If the wounds aren't too deep I'd use some bag balm. It's an anticeptic so it will help keep it from getting infected if dirt gets on it. Plus it'll help it heal without scaring too much if it even does at all.
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Thanks everyone, I was shocked this morning to see how quickly things healed up, no swelling and one of the puncture wounds you can barely see...

At this time it seems the only thing hurting is his reputation
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