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Injured Puppy! Help!
Apr 22nd, 2012 at 2:51pm
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I have 3 year old rescue named Max that loves to get into trouble!!! He was playing outside yesterday and got a nasty scratch on the top of his head. It's not bad enough to take him to the vet, so I was wondering if anyone has heard of any over the counter wound care products. My neighbor told me Humane Healing products work wonders, but I wanted to see if anyone else has tried them before I order.

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Re: Injured Puppy! Help!
Reply #1 - Apr 22nd, 2012 at 7:21pm
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We had a similar probem years ago.  I called the Vet and they suggested putting Neosporin on the wound, with a Q-tip and work it into the wound.  Do this several times a day.
Keep an eye on him, once you use this.
It worked like a charm.  I hope this helps Max.

Please keep us posted.

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