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Old 05-02-2012, 05:10 AM   #16 (permalink)
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I hear you lol each dog is different. My boy had a weird growth tumor on his side. It came back ok but I would still oatmeal bath and his skin and fur felt so nice and soft and smooth. After a few months I noticed a red splith in the exact same spot. It was warms and I hosed Mel off for a few months, no oatmeal baths and the splotch went away. I gave him a bath it came back instantly. I now use Dr Harvey And works so much better than even the oatmeal. It smells great cleans well and my pup is very shiny after the bath. I have not had the splotch return and he has been bathed indoors with it 3 times. Like I said trial and error and every dog is different

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Old 05-02-2012, 12:08 PM   #17 (permalink)
 
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Well, after initial inspection this morning, he looks FABULOUS! Still will watch him but his coat is shiny and his paws aren't red or swollen this morning. I can't really say what worked since I did all the allergy things yesterday and he started the steroid yesterday as well but I am grateful.

It does appear as though I have lost my chenille bathrobe. Bo laid on it yesterday while I cleaned out his crate & did laundry, when I got him settled for the night, I look and Moose is spread on it....I HAVE blankets made of the same fabric, it must be my smell. It's funny because I am always complaining that they are the bf dogs and dammit, I buy the kibble and pay for the vet bills! lol

If we don't have any problems, I like taking oats from my cabinet, putting them in the food processor and feeling like we are keeping it basic.
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