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Can i put neosporin on my dog

Can i put neosporin on my dog

Can i put neosporin on my dog for a cut?

What can I use to make ointment for a cut on my dog?

My dog got stung on his lip by a bee. A small red bump popped up. Can I put neosporin on it or is there something better? If so what do I use and how much? I've tried using coconut oil but it doesn't really work that well.

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My Mom has a problem with her skin. The Neosporin seems to irritate her more. So she uses aloe and witch hazel, and I don't think that she uses coconut oil. And I know she has a problem with neosporin because I used it for my daughter when she was a kid, and after a week or so I had to change it. I don't know if she could just put on the neosporin or not, I am not a skin expert. I think she would have to look for a natural way to sooth the wound.

Can I put neosporin on my dog for a cut?

I got my dog into the vet as he ate something and he ate part of his stomach. I have a really large cut on the stomach, I want to be sure it won't scar him? He has been eating all day and he's still hungry, how long should I wait? What should I do?

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It will depend on how deep the cut is. Can I put neosporin on my dog for a cut?

I got my dog into the vet as he ate something and he ate part of his stomach. I have a really large cut on the stomach, I want to be sure it won't scar him? He has been eating all day and he's still hungry, how long should I wait? What should I do?

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I use aloe and witch hazel, and I don't use neosporin.

It has a natural anti-bacterial property. I only use it on burns.

But I will say that aloe is really good for burns, and witch hazel has a mild anti-bacterial effect as well.

It really depends on the wound. Neosporin on a minor cut will heal better than untreated. A wound will start to become irritated (get angry) and then get infected if it isn't cleaned frequently. Neosporin is really good on minor cuts and burns, but if it gets infected then it needs to be treated. You can use a small amount of it to treat a minor burn or cut. If you use it too much, it will not be needed, as it gets rid of the infection. The neosporin can be left on for a couple of days, just apply it as needed. My daughter's doctor gave her aloe and witch hazel as a treatment. That is if it is really bad. If the wound is really bad, then I will bring her to the doctor. He has a special cream to treat burns that is good. My daughter's doctor didn't want to put it on her.

My son was a premature baby (born at 37 weeks) and his left ear was never closed. He had a fever so was given an IV and ended up in the ICU. He was in a few weeks and was treated. About a month later we saw a red spot on his ear which had spread, so they were prescribed antibiotics for a bacterial infection. It didn't go away, so they came back and said it was an abscess and that it was infected with a virus that was not contagious, but they prescribed another antibiotic. It was not working so they prescribed a stronger antibiotic. He was in there for almost a week with severe nausea and he was constantly throwing up. The last day in the hospital he could hardly get a decent night's sleep due to his severe ear infection and his ear being red and so swollen that he could hardly see out of it. A few weeks later he was finally allowed home, but with his ear still being so swollen and red and painful we were hesitant to take him anywhere. We stayed home as much as possible. After a few days his fever seemed to be going down so we decided to take him to the urgent care clinic. They tested his ear and found that it was still infected so they prescribed a topical antibiotic ointment and said that we could apply it ourselves. After a few days the swelling and redness went down, so we decided that his ear didn't need to be drained so we opted not to go to the clinic. A week or so later he started itching his ear, so we again decided to take him to the urgent care clinic. The clinic saw that his ear was still a bit red but not swollen, but they did say that he needed to go back in for another ear tube to see if it is necessary to remove his ear drum to drain the infection. So we go back to the clinic the next day. I notice that his ear drum is red, so the clinic uses a needle and syringe to empty out the infection and prescribed more ointment to apply to the skin around the drum. Now, we only apply the ointment 3 times a day, instead of daily, because of the severe pain that the ointment caused his ear when applied to it daily.

We had a trip to Orlando scheduled for the weekend, so we decided to take him to the clinic before we leave. He does have some hearing loss from the infection but he can hear enough to understand what is going on. The doctor there told us that she thinks that it could take up to a month before the hole is completely healed. The only good thing that she said is that his ear infection is not a bacterial infection but a viral one so antibiotics will not work to cure the infection. The doctor did tell us to keep him out of water and not to pick up anything out of his ear. When we told him that we would have to take a shower with him, his response was, "Do I look like a big baby to you?" When I told him that his ear felt like it was getting bigger, he would say, "It's just gas" (I just thought that I was seeing things). Then we took a trip to Orlando!

This poor little guy has spent almost three months in the hospital this year alone. He even had a seizure on March 4th. We have been waiting for the clinic to schedule a surgery to have the hole in his eardrum patched. We are getting nervous about having to wait and be forced to take him to an emergency room with a ruptured eardrum!

We have been to the emergency room twice this year with him. His first emergency room visit was a bit traumatic, but things went well. He came home and was back to normal within hours. A few days later, we came in to get rid of his tonsils. They removed one of his tonsils and he ended up having 2 more tonsils fall out on his own. A few weeks after the tonsils came out, he was in the ER again. He had a pretty bad high fever, so they gave him an antibiotic and took him home. As soon as he was home, he had another fever and his eyes were not seeing right. So he went back to the ER and they ran a bunch of tests. His fever was caused by fluid in his brain. We had no idea that it was a very serious problem. They took him to an ENT specialist. They drained the fluid out of his brain and told us that he would have to stay in the hospital until the fluid was no longer in his brain. A couple days later he was ready to be released. The doctors there


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