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Below are posts from our forum containing the phrase dog skin. Some are current, others are old, but may still be useful.

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Remedies discussed in multiple threads for dog skin:

Dog skin ulcers 30

Please help me to find a homeopathic remedy for blisters/ulcers,cysts on dog paws. They start on the edges of pads, sometimes burst open, then form scabs. The pads are rough and th...
Remedies: Hepar Sulphuris Calcareum, Silicea, Arsenicum Album, Cantharis, Mercurius Solubilis, Rhus Tox, Mercurius Vivus, Zincum Metallicum, Graphites, Sulphur, Wildbad, Calcarea Fluorata, Thuja Occidentalis
Started by rupert. Last post: 2016-11-23

Dog Skin infection 2

Hi I have a 5 year old Indian Pariah whom I had adopted as her previous owners had abandoned her. She has developed dry skin which looks like an infection in her arm-pits and fee...
Started by shad0ww. Last post: 2014-04-22

Dog Skin problem 0

I have a rajapalayam male dog, white skinned, 2 1/2 years old. It is getting skin eruption regularly. It balds at that place and gets a open wound. Once cured again getting it back...
Started by naraghu. Last post: 2010-08-24

Dog skin allergy 0

Our 9 year old female German Shepherd reacts approx 3-5 days after being in water with horrible itchy skin all over. This last for up to 2 weeks. It doesn't happen with tap ...
Started by mkbennet. Last post: 2008-06-10

Dog skin itching 5

Hi Joe, Hope it is Ok to talk about my dog on this site.He is suffering from itchy skin, scratches and causes the skin to break and become sore.He was brought from the UK to NZ 2 y...
Remedies: Sulphur
Started by michele. Last post: 2005-10-04

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