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Re: [pug-4] Hotspots on Pugs

From: user 5.
Sent on: Friday, November 6, 2009 11:07 AM
Hi, I adopted a pug that I was fostering. He had mange really bad ,I am talking no hair. He was being treated with the medicated  shampoo and it really dried his skin so bad that the hair would not grow bad at all. I then went to the Dollar General and looked in the African /American section and bought some shampoo that is Olive Oil shampoo for dry,itchy scalp and it made such a difference in his recovery. I still use the shampoo on him as well as my other pugs. It has also reduced the shedding. It is made by Organics and is in a green bottle. It is very worth a try. I now have adopted him and I will say he is the most beautiful black pug you have ever laid eyes on! Thanks JoAnn
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Sent: Friday, November 06,[masked]:36 AM
Subject: [pug-4] Hotspots on Pugs

Good Morning All,

I took my precious boy for a hike in the greenbelt on Sunday and gave him a really good bath when I got home. Everything seemed fine until I woke up Tuesday morning to find a quarter size hotspot on the back of his neck (near the top of his head). I treated the area and now it looks like its healing but now he has two more hotspots around the same area. Has this ever happened to you guys? I took him to the vet a few months ago in regards to Hotspots and they gave a medicated shampoo which has worked but my poor little guy has never had sores like this. I can't take him to Vet until you guys have any recommendations on how to care for the hotspots for the time being? Anything will help!



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