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    Burned dog is itchy, scatches himself till he bleeds

    I have adopted a rescue dog 6 months ago. He is 2.5 to 3 years old.
    He was burned with hot frying oil poured onto his neck and back before I got him.
    He is a cinnamon dachshund and area where the hair did came back is white. The rest is just scared skin.
    He get extremely itchy and will use his back legs to scratch his bald scared area until he bleeds.
    I have seen four vets who all suggest only vitamin E. It doesn't help.
    This is what I use now:
    Coconut oil when he hasn't wounded himself.
    Polysporin when he has.
    I have tried the following, vitamin E, cortisone cream1%, Benadryl cut in half - 12.5 mg, Burt's Bees Anti Itch spray and also their Hot Spot spray.
    I can't seem to find a Vet that has any knowledge of animals with burns, this also includes a dog dermatologist
    I have contacted a major burn centre, however I get from the doctors, he is not human and they won't offer help.
    So if anyone has gone through something like this with a dog and can share their successes or info on their vet with knowledge of burns, I thank you.
    Last edited by Bullet; 10-02-2018 at 11:23 AM.

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    Hi,
    I would suggest Pierce's All-Purpose Nu-Stock effectively treats most skin disorders and skin-related ailments. Use Nu-Stock to heal cuts, bruises, burns, swelling and hair loss.
    It works great! It promotes hair growth as well.
    Please let me know how your dog does on it...I Sware by it!
    You can also give the dog a warm Epsom salt bath, it promotes healing as well!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bullet View Post
    I have adopted a rescue dog 6 months ago. He is 2.5 to 3 years old.
    He was burned with hot frying oil poured onto his neck and back before I got him.
    He is a cinnamon dachshund and area where the hair did came back is white. The rest is just scared skin.
    He get extremely itchy and will use his back legs to scratch his bald scared area until he bleeds.
    I have seen four vets who all suggest only vitamin E. It doesn't help.
    This is what I use now:
    Coconut oil when he hasn't wounded himself.
    Polysporin when he has.
    I have tried the following, vitamin E, cortisone cream1%, Benadryl cut in half - 12.5 mg, Burt's Bees Anti Itch spray and also their Hot Spot spray.
    I can't seem to find a Vet that has any knowledge of animals with burns, this also includes a dog dermatologist
    I have contacted a major burn centre, however I get from the doctors, he is not human and they won't offer help.
    So if anyone has gone through something like this with a dog and can share their successes or info on their vet with knowledge of burns, I thank you.
    Hi!
    I would suggest Pierce's All-Purpose Nu-Stock effectively treats most skin disorders and skin-related ailments. Use Nu-Stock to heal cuts, bruises, burns, swelling and hair loss.
    I have used it before its great, primates hair growth and helps with itching.
    I do dog rescue as well. You can also give the dog a bath in warm water and Epsom salt. The salt promotes healing. A quarter cup of epsom salt in a sink of warm water, let him soak a while, then pat dry. Works great on abscesses as well.
    Please let me know how your little little guy does! You can call or txt or email me.
    Hope this helps! Burned dog is itchy, scatches himself till he bleeds
    Linda
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    NuStock is a great product for most every ailment. Though I have used it for many years, I have never had a burn problem(luckily) to try it on. If the nu stock does not work
    for the burn, there is a product specifically for burns, called silver sulfadene. THAT will work. Good luck with your poor little dog.

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