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my dog's skin problem...

by Guest10964256  |  8 years, 1 month(s) ago

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weimaraner puppy has bumps on her skin, when squeezed, blood/pus comes out....what is it?

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  1. EdgarGrady

     

    Keeping pets at home is not an easy task as they need special care for their protection from various disease and infection. Even a small tiny insect can make them ill and therefore you need to pay attention towards their removal and non occurrence of them on your pet. There are various medications available in the market for its prevention like https://www.petcarerx.com/capstar-flea-killer/12652 works well on fleas as ticks. Through such medication and good food you can keep your pets healthy and free from all diseases.

  2. Guest11269207
    It is a common problem apparentley. My pup is 14 months old, after long months of trying to treat him I gathered what I already knew and saw all the vets failure and took to the internet. It is a common seasonal problem that affects weims during the summer apparentley, a problem in which most vets are ignorant to. they will charge you for skin scraping and allergy testing and in my case, put your dog on steroids and make him even more sick. Its not what hes eating it has to do with fleas biting him and a certain shampoo. AKC has a great writeup about the problem specifically for weims from a weim onwer/vet? Through the entire ordeal the only med I trusted was 25mg benadryl every other day to relieve my dogs level of discomfort. A good rinsing every other week between baths to wash away the dead skin helps and benzoyl peroxide shampoo is key. Dont put your pup on roids as it can cause obvious discomfort to your dog ( i.e his p***s swelling and sticking out while trying to urintate multiple times within an hour) or it can flat out kill them

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