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My V is 11yrs young and has had some raised lumps/bumps appear on her head. She's had them for a little over a week now. Vet has given her 5 day supply of Piriton tablets, cant really see any difference in 4 days. She's not had anything like this before. Can anyone help? Thanks
 

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Our V had that happen and I was wondering if she got into something outside or if it was an allergic reaction to something she ate. We put calendula gel on it for a few days, watched what we were feeding her and they went away after about a week.
 

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Our V had that happen and I was wondering if she got into something outside or if it was an allergic reaction to something she ate. We put calendula gel on it for a few days, watched what we were feeding her and they went away after about a week.
Hi, which brand of gel did you use please and where can I buy it from? Thank you
 

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We had good success with chlorhexidine Gluconate shampoo with ketoconazole. The brand was Curaseb. It is anti fungal; anti bacterial; and anti yeast. 3x/week for 2-3 weeks than 1x/month. et might want her on a dose of antibiotics geared toward skin and bacterial infection as well. My seven year old male recovered well and he had them on his head; back and thighs. Check her for yeast in her ears and if she is licking her paws. Best if luck. I have observed it in numerous vizslas.
 

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Our V had that happen and I was wondering if she got into something outside or if it was an allergic reaction to something she ate. We put calendula gel on it for a few days, watched what we were feeding her and they went away after about a week.
We had that as well and mine responded well to Benadryl both gel and the pill - in two days everything disappeared but we continued with the pills for 4 more days - it was an allergic reaction probably food or environmental (blame on grass pollen since it was spring )
 

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We had good success with chlorhexidine Gluconate shampoo with ketoconazole. The brand was Curaseb. It is anti fungal; anti bacterial; and anti yeast. 3x/week for 2-3 weeks than 1x/month. et might want her on a dose of antibiotics geared toward skin and bacterial infection as well. My seven year old male recovered well and he had them on his head; back and thighs. Check her for yeast in her ears and if she is licking her paws. Best if luck. I have observed it in numerous vizslas.
Do you have a photo of what your V had, that you would be willing to share?
Did it look like the attached photos?
Comfort Food Fawn Snout Terrestrial animal
Gesture Comfort Human leg Wrist Wood
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