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Hello. Thanks for the question.
You can use Nystatin cream on the feet as a topical anti-fungal treatment. I would try to get an e-collar (lampshade collar) to use to prevent her from licking at it. If she does lick it, you may end up seeing some nausea/ vomiting as a side effect.
The other thing that helps a lot with these allergic induced infections between the toes is Malaseb wipes. They have antifungal and antibiotic properties. Many people will use these 1-2 times daily to keep the pathogen counts low.
I hope this helps, let me know if you have any other questions.
Neosporin is an antibiotic, but it won't do anything for the yeast. You could use the two together to help with bacteria and yeast.
Some Benadryl would help with the itching/ licking. The dose in dogs is 1-2 mg per lb body weight. It can be given up to every 6 hours.
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