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    Defaulthow long should I leave the bandage on?

    Here's the bandage I put on Champ's paw:


    I want to take it off when we put them to bed tonight, Bill says to leave it on until morning. He walks on it fine, has been outside with it on, and doesn't bother it much at all. Should I leave it on all night? It isn't tight at all, so I am not worried about that at all.

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    DefaultRe: how long should I leave the bandage on?

    Jackie, you can use baking soda to stop the bleeding.
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    DefaultRe: how long should I leave the bandage on?

    Thanks, Dani, I think I will take the bandage off and put a baking soda paste on it.
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    DefaultRe: how long should I leave the bandage on?

    cornstarch also works well

    flour works in a pinch though it can take a couple of globs

    the blood should be done - if it isn't I'd want to clot it before bedtime anyhow
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