|Barked: Wed Nov 12, '08 1:41pm PST |
|Harley's daycare is run by the vet and he has seen him more than once for this hotspot. He has had the area shaved, 2 vetalog shots (a week apart and they actually caused another issue), constant neopredif powder appicaltions, and is not now on Baytril. This morning, the vet told me to spray hydrogen peroxide (so, it's in a thin layer across the top, not soaking the area), let it bubble up and then dry it off and apply the neopredif. I will be careful with it as I don't want scar tissue.
Harley's allergies are actually pretty well under control. He is on a strict diet for the food allergies and we keep the house very very clean for the environmental. We live on a farm, so there is no keeping him from all 19 of his environmental allergies, but none of them are severe. The only thing we haven't done is put him on allergy shots. This year he has only had 2 hotspots, which is a MAJOR improvement from the summer before when he kept one for almost 3 months.
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