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Old February 21st 06, 04:30 AM posted to rec.pets.dogs.health
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I have battled allergies with my pitbull for almost 8 years, and
chewing, licking, scratching is one of her many symptoms. After a minor
surgery a year ago, I was given VBG Skin Care Ointment to aide in
healing the incision, and keep the skin pliable.

I began using it on the areas where she was chewing and licking and have
had pretty good success. It seems to soothe the area and also must not
taste too good. She will resist licking for a time after applying. I've
also noticed the areas heal faster - most likely because she leaves them
alone.

Good luck, I know how miserable it is to watch them destroy their skin.

Thank you so very much. I will go get some tomorrow. I'm also going to try
the bitter apple that another poster suggested to keep her hopefully from
gnawing on herself.

Thanks again! Great response.


 




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