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Can furazone be used on dogs

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Can furazone be used on dogs
Submitted: 4 years ago.
Category: Dog Veterinary
Expert:  Dr. Altman replied 4 years ago.

dogdoc4u :

Hi there and welcome to Just answer!! I am Dr. Altman, a licensed veterinarian and I am happy to answer your questions.

dogdoc4u :

It can be used in small amounts if needed and ensured that Kodi cannot get to it and lick it off

dogdoc4u :

CLICK HERE for more information on use in pets

Customer:

He and our other great dane got into a fight and the top of Kodi

dogdoc4u :

I tend to simply use ivory soap and water to gently clean. Not applying ointments that will trap in moisture is ideal to allow it to breath

Customer:

Sorry! ...Kodi's nose took the brunt. When I applied Neosporin on it last night, he made the open sores worse by rubbing it off. Now it is oozing. He has an appt to see our vet tomorrow, but want to do something tonight. Also, when he was neutered, the vet left his "sack" and even though it has been several months, now that is infected and oozing also.

dogdoc4u :

Yes, we often do not remove the scrotal sac when neutering a dog unless it is an older dog that it may become an issue

dogdoc4u :

I tend to use vitamin E on the area and walk for 10 minutes to distract then wipe it off or allow him to lick it

Customer:

ok we will try that, Thank you!!

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