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Puncture Wounds on MY Chip

I took my Chip to be groomed and have her shots Saturday to find out she has multiple puncture wounds on her rear end. The vet gave her antibiotic, a $40 bill, and told me I need to bring in for wound repair to the tune of $250 to $300 which I do not have. We do not know when she was bit. I was told that she may have been attacked by a coyote. For now I am giving her the antibiotic and applying hot compresses. I was told possibly Preparation H or neomyicin would help when only one puncture wound was seen. Also, applying a warm tea bag would help. Is there any way to avoid this expensive vet bill and have her wounds heal?

Any help would be appreciated.
  Idrahajes on 2006-05-08
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what exactly he wounds look lke?
if wont let you touch without pulling away or such then --start treatment with 1 pellet of arnica 200c in 20 oz of water---stir heavy and give 1 teaspoon dose...discard the rest...

give the arnica and tell story --wound discription and details best known
John Stanton last decade
pet have rabie shots?

be sure clean cut/wounds well..no calendula tincture or anything topical to hasten healing at this time til sure any particle/toxins are out..just use watered down vodka to clean --if vet hadnt done it already..
John Stanton last decade

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