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Old 04-09-2019, 06:01 AM   #1 (permalink)
 

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Hey guys my bully has jsut recently been getting bumps allllll over his back that end up getting crusty and scabby and because of that has huge bald spots on his back. I’ve been giving him Benadryl and rubbing a prescribed cream from the vet on his back. I’ve also recently been rubbing coconut oil on his back. The vet had said it’s alergies to something so I switched his food from chicken to beef to see if it would help. Is there anything else I can do?

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Old 04-09-2019, 01:24 PM   #2 (permalink)
 
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Is his food grain free? That is a common allergy. Did the vet test for mange? A little of that coconut oil in his food won't hurt anything either.

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We switched our 11 month old pup to a salmon diet and added a little coconut oil to it in the morning feeding. Made a huge difference. Incidentally, we got her fixed around the same time and she had to wear the cone of shame for a week, so she wasn't able to bite and scratch her rear. Her fur grew back and she's stopped chewing on herself.
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We switched our 11 month old pup to a salmon diet and added a little coconut oil to it in the morning feeding. Made a huge difference. Incidentally, we got her fixed around the same time and she had to wear the cone of shame for a week, so she wasn't able to bite and scratch her rear. Her fur grew back and she's stopped chewing on herself.

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