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    Re: Tiny Bumps on Skin

    -imageuploadedbytapatalk1372266842-478679-jpg Hi, my dog is having this problem too. First are red bumps then some of them has boils and it will dry up to form a crust. The vets in my part of Indonesia has limited knowledge on this issue. They just tried on some anti inflammatory medicine. It works the first time but subsequently the medicine doesn't take effect.

    The vets has done a microscope examination. No mites or any parasites.

    I have also tried changing his food, from Eukanuba to Eagle Pro. The condition doesn't seems to get better. I would really appreciate if anyone could help with this.

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    Re: Tiny Bumps on Skin

    Oh, just to add on to my previous post. I have tried him in an AC room 24 hours for almost 2 weeks. The condition didn't improve.

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    Re: Tiny Bumps on Skin

    Quote Originally Posted by Rudi Lim View Post
    -imageuploadedbytapatalk1372266842-478679-jpg Hi, my dog is having this problem too. First are red bumps then some of them has boils and it will dry up to form a crust. The vets in my part of Indonesia has limited knowledge on this issue. They just tried on some anti inflammatory medicine. It works the first time but subsequently the medicine doesn't take effect.

    The vets has done a microscope examination. No mites or any parasites.

    I have also tried changing his food, from Eukanuba to Eagle Pro. The condition doesn't seems to get better. I would really appreciate if anyone could help with this.

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    I don't think eagle pro is much better than Pukanuba, you may want to try a home cooked diet with salmon oil for a trial period and see if he improves.


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    Re: Tiny Bumps on Skin

    Ok. I will give it a try. Thank you so much!

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    Re: Tiny Bumps on Skin

    I would try putting a spoonful of yogurt in the food once a day and change to a grain free food, also use a mix of 1 gallon of water with 1 cup of vinegar , after you shampoo and rinse, use the vinegar water as a final rinse and leave it on , don't rinse it off. it will balance the ph level in the skin. you won't believe the clean feeling and the most wonderful feeling for your pooch

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    Re: Tiny Bumps on Skin

    Quote Originally Posted by Rudi Lim View Post
    -imageuploadedbytapatalk1372266842-478679-jpg Hi, my dog is having this problem too. First are red bumps then some of them has boils and it will dry up to form a crust. The vets in my part of Indonesia has limited knowledge on this issue. They just tried on some anti inflammatory medicine. It works the first time but subsequently the medicine doesn't take effect.

    The vets has done a microscope examination. No mites or any parasites.

    I have also tried changing his food, from Eukanuba to Eagle Pro. The condition doesn't seems to get better. I would really appreciate if anyone could help with this.

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    This really does sound like any allergy, my Boxer gets the same thing from time to time bumps can range from welts to blisters that dry to form crust. I gave him a new brand of treats a couple of weeks ago and he had a flare up of bumps and a runny nose, I gave him a weeks course of over the counter Benedryl Allergy (Diphenhydramine) which the vet had recommended (1mg per every pound of weight) and a soothing bath and he was back to his loony self Really random things to tend to cause a flare up for him including flea and tick shampoo.

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