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Our little corgi has an ugly raw spot on her tail stub right now. I plan on taking her in tomorrow, but I don't have a vehicle today.

Here at the house, we have Neosporin and triple antibiotic cream. Is one og those okay to use until I can get her some Panalog (probably). Its really nasty and bothering her, and I feel so bad for her. :(
 

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Yep, Gail. Macy skinned her nose the other day and we put some (generic) Neo on it. It works great!! :)
 

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Thanks! I wasn't sure if it was okay for her to lick. Hopefully it'll help her. It almost looks like a hotspot, but I haven't seen any fleas on her. She's licking and scratching it constantly today...was just fine yesterday. I feel bad for her.
 

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our vet tells us to use neo when one of our dogs have hurt themselves :)
 

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Hotspots aren't from fleas, necessarily. Take her to the vet if you suspect that, so you can get the proper meds. :)

Frankie got a hotspot from swimming....
 

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Thanks again. :). She's on K-9 Advantix year-around so she doesn't normally have fleas/ticks, but its summer in MS so there's always the chance for a rogue one. She is VERY allergic to fleas. One bite and she gets terrible rashes.

Jason got off early today so we took her in. She has another spot underneath her coat. :( That one isn't botherng her as much though. We're going to treat them and see what happens from there. If they get better and nothing else happens, we're good. If the spots don't improve, get worse, or come back - back to the vet we go.
 
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