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I use polysporin on all minor scrapes, wounds etc and the ophthalmic/otic for ear and eye issues that are minor. So, I guess yes is the group answer.
The good thing about neuters is that it is a pretty shallow incision compared to a spay. Usually there is a series of regular sutures inside and glue on the outside. As much as you want to keep him from licking at it as much as possible, the chances of anything "coming open" before you see a vet are slim.
Congrats on your new puppy!
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