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My dog was bitten by a stray dog about 3-4 months back above his tail, help?

My dog was bitten by a stray dog about 3-4 months back above his tail . He was given suitable shots by the vet . Later on we had noticed that he????s been scratching that area quite vigorously . Also there was a lot of shedding of skin and hair . The vet again instructed us to clean the area with betadine and apply spectrozole 3-4 times a day ???€?which we did . This was about 3-4 months and that area is still the same .I also see small eruptions and rashes .Also twice I have seen small black thin insect coming out of that area . I am once again applying the same betadine & spectrozole which has stopped his scratching but not dryness and hairball . I plan to take my dog to the vet tomorrow once more but just wanted your opinion ???€?about what are we dealing with here ?
By DoggieDawg · 17 Apr 2009 11:29 am

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By arsh sharma · 17 Apr 2009 1:11 pm
hey for his itching problem give him once a day CETZINE tab after breaking it and mixing it with food....and can u tell correctly is he having insect or tickss????if some worm kind of insect is there and wound is not healing fast use BACTROBAN or T-BACT cream apply 3 times a day.. and if he has ticks apply RIDD freely available at vets mix with water as written on pack and apply.. BEST WISHES
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By Rana Atheya · 06 May 2009 12:15 am
I use ivermectine locally on the wond if there is any chance of maggots etc. It works wonders!
ref https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ Ivermectin
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By arsh sharma · 07 May 2009 6:00 pm
actuallty rana ivermectine is actually for scabies but not for common cut and wound for wound use betadine or bactroban or t-bact because the stop bacteria to grow which is present on skin. scabies is due to different organisms
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By Rana Atheya · 07 May 2009 11:53 pm
I know but it works very well on maggots and it is not only for scabies- it is a for all external and internal parasites- NOT recommended to inject in dogs.
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By Rana Atheya · 07 May 2009 11:59 pm
Is important to note that there are yearly reports of deaths of cattle, horses, dogs, cats, rabbits, etc. from the topical, oral and intravenous use of ivermectin (two of which are included here) (FDA) (FDA) . It is not known, but expected, that these deaths may be the result of incorrect dose or use.
In Dogs specially Poms and other small breeds slightly higher dosages have shown cases of heart attach

Ref: https://www.guinealynx.info/iv ermectin.html#top
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By DoggieDawg · 08 May 2009 10:41 am
Thanks guys , He was infested with Fleas and had severe allergy from their saliva which lead to advance case of dermatitis . The vet treated him just fine . He is so much happier and itch-free !
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