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    Default Dogs Dragging Their Butts

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    Last edited by Anne; 02-26-2010 at 11:24 AM.
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    Will keep it in mind, thanks.

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    Very informative post Anne.

    What are the active ingredients in Malaseb for this type of infection? I once knew a bitch who was treated with yoghurt (acidopholis) literally, and also one that used canestin cream. Trick was the licking problem that followed of course, so loose britches were used.

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    Your poor girl, Anne I feel bad for her - I have dermatitis of the hands and it drives me nuts but at least I can go put my cream on whenever I need to. Poor lil puggy

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    Quote Originally Posted by Anne View Post
    It's not an infection of the vulva or inside, it is fungal and in the skin folds around the vulva. I guess it would be similar to what a woman might get between and under her breasts if they are very large pendeulous shaped breasts??

    Pugs often get it in their nose roll. The roll prevents fresh air circulating and the area remains warm and becomes moist.

    Most Pugs can't reach this area to lick, so she has been rubbing and it looks very much like boot scooting when they have anal sac prblems.
    Sorry Anne, but your description above, well, I just couldn't keep a straight face!
    Yes, even many problems internally are fungal, rather than bacterial. I have seen some dogs get fungal infections in the crock between leg and chest, and canestan applied worked a treat.

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    Miley has been dragging her butt ever since she came here.
    I better get the vet to make sure it's not an infection and then soak her in Malaseb.

    Thanks for the tip Anne.

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    Yeh it sounds gross.. I'll get the vet to check pmsl
    unless you want to take a wee trip to Vic and have wiff yourself?

    LOL

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