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    Zoe's paw pad is still bleeding and I can't get to the vet today because of Mom issues. OH boy.

    Took her out to pee 30 minutes ago (10:00 a.m.) and she didn't want to pee. She normally pees at 9:30 and has a very loooooong pee.

    Her sock is soaked with blood. I won't be home till 3:30; hopefully, she'll just rest and the bleeding will stop. But she does need to go before I leave home. She has been by my side all morning, very unusual for my independent Zoe.
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    Poor baby I hope the bleeding stops.

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    Oh, wow, that's not good. Do you have any stypic powder? I have stuff for my horses called Blood Stopper Powder, if I lived closer I'd give you some. Can you hold pressure on it for awhile, try icing it, it will help the blood flow slow so it can clot better.

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    Poor baby. I wish I lived closer to help out.

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    Sending blood-clotting thoughts to Zoe! Poor girl...

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    I think Linda has good idea with the ice and pressure. I would not be comfortable leaving her bleeding like that

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    Quote Originally Posted by raian
    Oh, wow, that's not good. Do you have any stypic powder? I have stuff for my horses called Blood Stopper Powder, if I lived closer I'd give you some. Can you hold pressure on it for awhile, try icing it, it will help the blood flow slow so it can clot better.
    Aw man....I went to look and yes, we have a container of stypic powder but it's crusty and moldy!! Checked SU's medicine cabinet, and he has none. $$$--it. Sorry for the cuss.

    Someone told me baking powder or baking soda? (for bleeding quicks?) Which one, I wonder, and will it help paw pads? or was it cornstarch?
    anyone? I have to leave the house in an hour. oh lah.


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    Crusty is OK - just crush the lumps - if its moldy do not use

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    Ice might help too, Linda. Do you have any EMT gel? That is really good for stopping bleeding.

    Woops. I just saw your earlier post. I would re-apply the EMT gel.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bearsdad
    Crusty is OK - just crush the lumps - if its moldy do not use
    Isn't it supposed to be white? Zoe's one is a yellowish mustard color now.
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