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  • #61680
    wags
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    Not quite sure what to say really

    Cleo has been really itchy recently, so much so shes made the skin on the bottom of her back red

    now ive no idea what can be making her itch so much
    – no change of food
    – no change in routine
    – no signs of any fleas etc
    – the skin isnt thickened, inflamed etc just a little redie/pink where shes been scratting

    im going to bath her later – ive got some coal or cold tar shampoo (somewhere) i dont know if that might help

    im a bit confuzzled  :-\

    #82204
    GSPmad
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    anal glands?

    #82205

    and you’ve made no changes to detergents etc? maybe heat rash? do dogs get those? or a stress thing?

    #82206
    wags
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    no nothing  :-\

    #82207
    *Lassie*
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    Aloe Vera on the sore bit
    Fish body oil for a supplement for the skin and coat

    Also Evening Primrose Oil,  is good for the skin I think,
    Val or Kiz will know more than me

    #82208
    GSPmad
    Member

    other insects.  >:D midgies, that sort of thing.

    #82209
    Anonymous
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    How old is she now time flies by in my world  ::)
    I would bath her in the coal tar as that is good for skin things

    #82210
    wags
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    shes 9

    bathed her in cold tar – and will see what happens today
    – she didnt talk to me for the rest of the day  😀

    it must really be itchy though because shes not the sort to bother about things

    #82211

    not been anywhere could have picked up some sort of mite? how was she after the tar bath?

    #82212
    Anonymous
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    So she’s not that old, hows she been since the bath

    [quote author=wags link=topic=11987.msg230036#msg230036 date=1215932315]
    shes 9

    bathed her in cold tar – and will see what happens today
    – she didnt talk to me for the rest of the day  😀

    it must really be itchy though because shes not the sort to bother about things
    [/quote]

    #82213
    wags
    Member

    well the skin looks less irritated so shes odviouslly not scratching it as much

    i will give her another one in a few days time and see what happens

    #82214
    Anonymous
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    Thats good sounds like she sat in something itchy

    [quote author=wags link=topic=11987.msg230259#msg230259 date=1216035753]
    well the skin looks less irritated so shes odviouslly not scratching it as much

    i will give her another one in a few days time and see what happens
    [/quote]

    #82215

    oh bless her must have been bad if she isn’t one to normally bother with things

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