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    Hope Lady is ok mate....although Im sure she is a toughie


    Quick question Myf.....sorry kinda off topic.......

    I use Chloromide Antiseptic and Tet pretty regularly when my dogs have scratches/scrapes etc etc and my vet says it is safe enough as is Terramycin Pink Eye powder (when "puffed" into open wounds)

    Just wondering what your opinion is on these two products??




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    Quote Originally Posted by JudgeTheDeedNotTheBreed View Post
    Hope Lady is ok mate....although Im sure she is a toughie


    Quick question Myf.....sorry kinda off topic.......

    I use Chloromide Antiseptic and Tet pretty regularly when my dogs have scratches/scrapes etc etc and my vet says it is safe enough as is Terramycin Pink Eye powder (when "puffed" into open wounds)

    Just wondering what your opinion is on these two products??



    I think you mean Chloromine Antiseptic
    Its usually used for open wounds that are already infected, it actually dissolves dead tissue(necrotic).
    Tet and Terramycin Pink Eye powder are the same thing, so im a bit confused there.
    IMO, if I were you, I would buy some Cetrigen(purple spray). Its antiseptic and will keeps flies and bugs off. You can buy it from horse supply stores or pet shops.
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    Hope that helps.
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    Quote Originally Posted by aussiemyf7 View Post
    I think you mean Chloromine Antiseptic
    Its usually used for open wounds that are already infected, it actually dissolves dead tissue(necrotic).
    Tet and Terramycin Pink Eye powder are the same thing, so im a bit confused there.
    IMO, if I were you, I would buy some Cetrigen(purple spray). Its antiseptic and will keeps flies and bugs off. You can buy it from horse supply stores or pet shops.
    CETRIGEN AEROSOL 100G bargain | Horsesuppliesdirect - Compare Prices & Save shopping in Australia

    Hope that helps.

    sweet thanks myf

    I think i will stick with what I know ...however Im gonna buy some of that stuff for Tysons ears...he seems to ave some tiny itsy bitsy fly bites...my vet advised that Zinc cream is good for keeping bugs away.

    Now Im going to use this instead...keep bugs away and treat the tiny little bites

    Thanks for the advice

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    Well yeah if your vet says its ok, I'd listen to him/her
    He/she has a lot more qualifications that me!
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    Quote Originally Posted by aussiemyf7 View Post
    Well yeah if your vet says its ok, I'd listen to him/her
    He/she has a lot more qualifications that me!
    Cetrigen sounds like a brilliant idea though! Especially for the hot summer months when flys are a real big pain in the rear end

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    lesson on words

    When a dog gives way to another dog (or person) the dog "submits".

    A dog (or a person) who always gives way is called "submissive" - just to confuse you. And what it is doing is called "submission". I never noticed the verb has a different spelling structure to the adjective/noun before.

    Frosty frequently gets called "submissive" or "timid" even - because she always rolls over for another dog - no matter how young or small or big or old. But I can't call her timid, because she will try it on with ANY dog no matter how boistrous or big. She does stay clear of the ones on lead barking, growling unfriendly like and LUNGING. I think she's learnt that the hard way.

    And she's not "submissive" because she doesn't always come when she's called, and once play with a dog is initiated - she will quite happily play bumpers, ear pulling, and kill the antelope (neck/collar hold) and she's not usually the one on the bottom when wrestling.

    When another dog stands over Frosty aggressively - she always yields/gives way/submits. I've seen other dogs try to stand up for themselves and it often results in a proper fight. Not good.

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