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We adopted a rottweiler last Sat. That had previously had

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We adopted a rottweiler...
We adopted a rottweiler last Sat. That had previously had mange but we eere told it all cleared up.We just noticed that his back end is all chewed up and he has it opened up. He will not let it go and out vet. Is closed till Monday.What can we do.
Submitted: 2 years ago.Category: Dog Veterinary
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Dog Veterinarian: brisadog,
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Dog Veterinarian: brisadog,
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This itching may or may not be related to mange. The area that he is affected by is a common spot associated with fleas and flea allergies as well. Do you know if he has been treated for fleas recently?

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Dog Veterinarian: brisadog,
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For now, there are a couple of things that we can do to try to help him feel more comfortable and prevent further damage to his skin.

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Dog Veterinarian: brisadog,
 replied 2 years ago

First, I recommend purchasing an Elizabethan collar or similar product from the local pet store. This can be the traditional hard plastic cone, a softer vinyl cone, or an inflatable neck collar that prevents him from turning his head back to his tail.

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Dog Veterinarian: brisadog,
 replied 2 years ago

You can also start a dose of over the counter Benadryl. When you see my post, respond with his weight and I can help you with appropriate dosing.

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Dog Veterinarian: brisadog,
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OK, you can give him 3 tablets of Benadryl (each 25 mg diphenhydramine) every 8-12 hours as needed to control itching. Make sure there is no added decongestant product, as these are toxic to dogs.

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