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Antibiotics question

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Our nine year old lab had a nasty uterine infection, and required surgery. While they were at it, they removed her benign mammary tumors. She was put on antibiotics for 10 days, but that was increased when she had her stitches taken out due to an incision area infection. She has not had a change in food during this time with the exception of canned food used to give her the meds.

When we brushed her yesterday, she had a ton of dander all over her body, which is unusual for her. Could this be the result of being on antibiotics so long, or the spaying?

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My guess is not so much the antibiotics but rather the trauma to the body and the fact it used up a lot of it's reserves for fighting the infection.

There are specific dog shampoos for cleaning the skin and reducing the dander. Look into one of those. I'm sure as she gains her strength back and regains her health, her skin and coat will return to normal.

Good Luck!

Ken

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Thanks for the reply.

I used an oatmeal shampoo on her this afternoon, which seemed to help with the itching. We'll give her another bath in a few days if it will help her out.

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you can also put some plain old neosporin (sp) on it. She will try and lick it off but when we had our lab fixed, we fitted a pair of drawers to fit him. Wore them mostly at night but would keep them on during the day. My lab is dealing with kennel cough right now, what a nasty virus. He is on antibiotics for 3 weeks, plus sedative to help him relax. Hope your pup gets well soon. also if you can give her some yorgurt that will help with the good things the drug takes out. I give my pup a 1/4 plain or flavored depending on what we have at home.

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I have been using a spray on antibiotic on her incision sites. She is pretty close to being all healed there. She had to have a couple of drainage ports put in where the tumors were removed, and those are the last areas to heal.

Hadn't thought about the yogurt. She had room clearing gas last night, which she hasn't had in awhile, so I'll try the yogurt. Thank you!

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