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Update on Scarby's mouth

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Lucinda

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It seems much better :)

Over the last few months we have tried Fuciderm, Daktarin, Gentian Violet, and GG soothe gel. At the moment the scabs are coming off nicely and the soothe gel seems to help. I also noticed Riffy has a bit of this problem, so no more apple for him either. Again I am using the soothe gel for Riffy.
 

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Daktarin?

isnt that used for athletes foot normally?
 

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have you tried one of these health shops? theres a woman in the nottingham one sells neat aloe vera and we used it for our dog,his rash etc was gone in 3 days

everyone thinks the health food/meds shops are for humans but theyre awesome for animals if you can get in and explain whats wrong,theyre really helpful
 

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I think the combination of the Violet and the GG soothe gel is working quite well at the moment.

Who else has problems with this?
 

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Duke had this problem too.
And yes i used Daktarin didn't think it was working and then hey presto the scabs disappeared and he's got his 'handsome' looks again :-*
So glad Scarby's getting better, and good luck for Riffy :-* :-*
 
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