Jess and her nose, mouth and lip

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  • #61716
    Izzie
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    Here the pics Val:

    [img width=468 height=351]http://i104.photobucket.com/albums/m165/Izzie72/SANY1337.jpg[/img]
    [img width=468 height=351]http://i104.photobucket.com/albums/m165/Izzie72/SANY1336.jpg[/img]
    [img width=468 height=351]http://i104.photobucket.com/albums/m165/Izzie72/SANY1335.jpg[/img]
    [img width=468 height=351]http://i104.photobucket.com/albums/m165/Izzie72/SANY1333.jpg[/img]
    [img width=468 height=351]http://i104.photobucket.com/albums/m165/Izzie72/SANY1334.jpg[/img]

    This is the best I can do at the moment, she has it in her head that the camera is going to hurt her!  :-\

    The other lump on her nose is this:
    [img width=468 height=351]http://i104.photobucket.com/albums/m165/Izzie72/SANY1338.jpg[/img]
    [img width=468 height=350]http://i104.photobucket.com/albums/m165/Izzie72/SANY1339-1.jpg[/img]

    Its like there is a foreign body in it, but I cant see anything.

    #82305
    Anonymous
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    do you think she’s shoved her snout into some plant that irritates and/or has sharp bits on and ones dug into the skin ??

    claire x

    #82306
    Izzie
    Member

    Claire that dog and her nose gets everywhere.

    She been snouting and we have ants everywhere in the garden too

    #82307
    Anonymous
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    Hate to say this Izzie but  :-\ :-* I think that needs a vet check am not worried about the nose as much as the bump as that could be a grass seed thats gone down the tear duct and is infected.
    The rest as I said earlier give it a scrub in hibiscrub or any surgical scrub that is too big an area to treat with pure Bee Propolis if she was mine I would do Hibiscrub then Aloe Vera
    Val

    #82308
    Izzie
    Member

    Ok thanks Val, will get her to vets about the bump

    #82309
    Izzie
    Member

    Am back, it not a grass seed (thankfully!) they think its a bite that been irritated by a grass seed, she offered me some sort of drugs and I kinda looked at her >:D, so we agreed not to give her anything for now, and just keep an eye on it.  ;D

    Got hibiscrub and aloe vera to clear up the rest. 

    Thank you Val!  :-* :-*

    #82310
    Anonymous
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    Phew that got me worried you know I must of been to send a springer to the vets,  :'( have seen a beardie get an arrow head seed go in by that route and he ended up having an operation to find it.

    Think the scrub and AV will cure it
    Val

    [quote author=Izzie link=topic=12035.msg230949#msg230949 date=1216403743]
    Am back, it not a grass seed (thankfully!) they think its a bite that been irritated by a grass seed, she offered me some sort of drugs and I kinda looked at her >:D, so we agreed not to give her anything for now, and just keep an eye on it.  ;D

    Got hibiscrub and aloe vera to clear up the rest. 

    Thank you Val!  :-* :-*

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    #82311
    Izzie
    Member

    I thought so, but I would never doubt yours or Bev’s opinions, might ask lots of questions about it ;D but only way I am going to learn!  🙂

    [quote author=Val link=topic=12035.msg230951#msg230951 date=1216404088]
    Phew that got me worried you know I must of been to send a springer to the vets,  :'( have seen a beardie get an arrow head seed go in by that route and he ended up having an operation to find it.

    Think the scrub and AV will cure it
    Val

    [quote author=Izzie link=topic=12035.msg230949#msg230949 date=1216403743]
    Am back, it not a grass seed (thankfully!) they think its a bite that been irritated by a grass seed, she offered me some sort of drugs and I kinda looked at her >:D, so we agreed not to give her anything for now, and just keep an eye on it.  ;D

    Got hibiscrub and aloe vera to clear up the rest. 

    Thank you Val!  :-* :-*

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    #82312
    Anonymous
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    Kind of you to say  :-* :-*

    [quote author=Izzie link=topic=12035.msg230953#msg230953 date=1216404270]
    I thought so, but I would never doubt yours or Bev’s opinions, might ask lots of questions about it ;D but only way I am going to learn!  🙂

    [quote author=Val link=topic=12035.msg230951#msg230951 date=1216404088]
    Phew that got me worried you know I must of been to send a springer to the vets,  :'( have seen a beardie get an arrow head seed go in by that route and he ended up having an operation to find it.

    Think the scrub and AV will cure it
    Val

    [quote author=Izzie link=topic=12035.msg230949#msg230949 date=1216403743]
    Am back, it not a grass seed (thankfully!) they think its a bite that been irritated by a grass seed, she offered me some sort of drugs and I kinda looked at her >:D, so we agreed not to give her anything for now, and just keep an eye on it.  ;D

    Got hibiscrub and aloe vera to clear up the rest. 

    Thank you Val!  :-* :-*

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    #82313

    Ohh poor Jess – hope it heals up soon Honey sympathises on the bites  😉  :-*

    I pulled a grass seed out of a yorkies armpit the other day  😮 head was already well into the skin!!

    #82314

    Glad she’s OK, good advice on the hibiscrub Val, wouldn’t have thought of something like that!

    #82315
    Anonymous
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    Have used it for donkeys years must of mentioned it on the board before  ;D
    Hibiscrub eliminates 99.99% of skin bacteria including MRSA – and its powerful antibacterial action goes on working for up to six hours use it on my dogs and in the grooming room if I have come in contact with something dodgy like KC mange etc I shower in it
    Val

    [quote author=TobyTeaCosy and Angela link=topic=12035.msg230980#msg230980 date=1216408185]
    Glad she’s OK, good advice on the hibiscrub Val, wouldn’t have thought of something like that!
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    #82316

    oh no poor jess…hope it clears up soon, should do with the hibi scrub that stuff is excellent used to use it all the time for our last horse that had loads of different mite & bacterial infections in and around one of his feet  ::)

    wonder what it was that she shoved her nose into?  ??? silly girl!  :-*

    #82317
    Izzie
    Member

    You name it, she would have done, she loves fresh raspberries so is always in them picking them off when she thinks noone is looking, them, strawberries and blueberries too!  ::)

    She doesnt like me at the moment as have hibiscrubed her  😀

    #82318
    Anonymous
    Guest

    Glad it was nothing serious :-*

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