Question about my grandaughter yorkie

by aj
(canada)

Hi,


My baby girl Nyla has hot spots (little sores) all over her neck, my daughter changed her food and treats and they are at their wits end trying to figure this out. She's only 5 pounds and we are worried. They are going to the vet and doing all these expensive tests. Has anyone got any idea what could be the cause for this?
Thanks,

aj

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Apr 03, 2012
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Yorkie with hot spots
by: Deborah

You can apply it with either a cotton ball or a q-tip either will work just fine my 2 Jacks let me apply it anytime they need it!

Apr 03, 2012
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hot spots
by: aj

Thanks so much for that info, I too looked up so many things and saw that one as well. Now the problem is getting them to apply it. They are going to the vet and spending a fortune for a problem that just keeps returning. Now they want to undergo some testing that's gonna cost them a lot!
Why do these happen, how do dogs get them, I mean the obvious food, allergies but what else.

Thanks again,

aj

Apr 02, 2012
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Yorkie
by: Deborah

I looked up Hot spots online and found a wonderful cure and it really works wonderful I really mean it.You get some Neem Oil and Apple Cider Vinegar and mix them together but you use about 2 tablespoons of Apple cider vinegar and a couple of drops of neem oil and take cooton ball and rub it onto the hot spots and they will dry up within a few days you will see a big differnce it is great.
Good Luck and let me know if this helps it has helped 2 of my Jacks and it is awesome.

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