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Skin torn off from bite
We adopted a new pup after one of our long time babies passed away. Our Shar-Pei is okay with the new dog, however, yesterday she walked up behind him and attacked him. In self-defense, the new dog reach back and bit her in the face. The bite punctured he skin below her eye, but when he pulled back it ripped a 2" piece of skin off. It didn't bleed, and the mucus under her skin was sticky and pooling. Is there anything I can do to help this wound heal? I have cleaned it and put antibiotic on it. thanks
29.03.2019 - User


Mr
I have a 27 week Shar Pei and I am looking at getting her eyes Tacking, which I believe opens them up a little or enough for them to comfortably see everything as her eye lashes are curling into her eyes, yes I am clearly a novice at this and would appreciate some guidance as to what if anything I should do and where in the South West UK is the best place to get the problem fixed. Many thanks for any help
12.05.2018 - User


Mrs
I have a 10 year old male Sharpei who has been suffering from an allergy skin issue - his jocks are covered in a red rash and he appears to,have hard balls inside of this skin, I've had him I. A course of cortisone as well as antibiotics for close on a month with little relic. What else can I do to relive his discomfort. I've bathed him twice this week and also started treating his inflamed skin hocks with tea tree oil to see if this will present some relief to him.

Desperate
07.02.2018 - Gregor


Mrs
Good day

I have a 10 month old female Shar Pei who weighs 12kg, who has a very bad bacterial skin infection. She's been on antibiotics and cortisone tablets for the past 6 weeks now and none is helping her condition. She's lost a bit of hair under her neck as well. Drs say due to the infection, it has tampered her growth.

We have two older Shar Pei's aged, 7 and 4 and they have not had these skin problems. They have sort of grown out of their skin (folds), but not the baby. She's gaining more skin and due to this, her skin has developed an odour as well.

Dr says they need to change the antibiotics, but not sure if the new course will work as the other tablets have not helped at all. I don't want to continue giving her meds that is not going to be beneficial to her and that might at the end of the day damage her tummy. I do not want to do that to my baby.

I need to know if there is anything else I can do to make her better please.

Desperate and worried mommy
Charlene
01.02.2018 - Charlene


Mrs
Good day

I have a 10 month old female Shar Pei who weighs 12kg, who has a very bad bacterial skin infection. She's been on antibiotics and cortisone tablets for the past 6 weeks now and none is helping her condition. She's lost a bit of hair under her neck as well. Drs say due to the infection, it has tampered her growth.

We have two older Shar Pei's aged, 7 and 4 and they have not had these skin problems. They have sort of grown out of their skin (folds), but not the baby. She's gaining more skin and due to this, her skin has developed an odour as well.

Dr says they need to change the antibiotics, but not sure if the new course will work as the other tablets have not helped at all. I don't want to continue giving her meds that is not going to be beneficial to her and that might at the end of the day damage her tummy. I do not want to do that to my baby.

I need to know if there is anything else I can do to make her better please.

Desperate and worried mommy
Charlene
01.02.2018 - User




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