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Please advise me Treatment of itchy rashes?

Hi, I have a 3 month boxer puppy, she has developed a small rash on his chest area and hind legs. its a little scaly and pinkish. She itches it a lot during the day and sometimes during the night too. I took her to my vet and he prescription is some anti allergy syrup. but advised against antibiotics and any harsh meds as she said it will stunt the Pup's growth. And asked me to check in within ten days to a week if it worsens. She mentioned that it was maybe the shedding of the puppy coat, im presuming like cradel cap in children or something, and hence will pass away. I am extermly worried as she said it may be fungal too andIi understand that these are very difficult to cure. please advise me on what I should do as I do not want to have her suffer. Thank's she also prescription a medicated shampoo to be diluted with 5 time waster a used on pup or 15 min once a week.
By Keri · 27 Apr 2011 7:46 pm


By ganesh marke · 06 Jun 2011 3:30 pm
hi there. even my neo pup had d same problem. i had him vaccinated with amon + dena, hosta and avil. i was also applying spectrazole lotion. nothing worked. then i started applying neem and aloevera but fresh n natural. believe me it did wonders. within 2 days d boils started lessening and rashes were gone. dont bombard ur dog with chemicals. nature is d best. also boil some neem leaves in water n grind them with aloe apply d paste n leave it for 1/2 hr then bathe him with d water u boiled d leaves. it is d best n natural way of removing external skin infection. try it im sure it will work also it wont do any harm.
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