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Koi Health & Disease: Everything You Need To Know 2nd Edition
A lot of experience is in this book and keeping it simple is important. Buy on Amazon

NOTE: The "Sporn Halter" I'm always talking about....(Link)

NOTE: Do not give PORK bones. Please.

NOTE: Your dog WILL NOT STARVE when you feed dry dog food offered dry.

NOTE: Fish Health Pages here in DrJohnson.net

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Things from "ruined" or blind eyeballs with Kerastoconjunctivitis sicca, to lick granulomas to non-healing wounds to feet that have been torn up by atopic allergy - there's a lot you can do with a steroid and antibiotic cream.

NeoPolyBac and CortisoneYou can manage this PARTICULAR lesion at home. I need you to go buy a tube of "NeoSporin" or "PolySporin" And a tube of "Cortizone 10" or similar. It'd just be an ointment of 1 or 2% 'hydrocortisone'cream. Mix those two together at 50% Neosporin and 50% Cortizone10All you do is apply that mixture to the lesion as directed. Doc JOhnson

You can combine "half and half" a mixture of NeoSporin Original Formula and Cortizone10 Intensive Healing Formula and use that on certain chronic lesions. Neosporin Link
Cortizone10 Link

Something else I found for my dog "Ajax" that's cool:

Sporn Dog Halter STOPS "pulling and tugging" NOW. (Link)

This is what I use now, with my dog Ajax. I used to use the Gentle Leader, but I didn't like including his face in the thing. Now, this just goes around his chest and he DOES NOT PULL ANY MORE. It's great! Amazon.com has it.

You can buy a fat bundle of 'wet wipes' with Cetaphil and I'd recommend it. They're great for cleaning healing wounds, dirty ears, cleansing around some eyes, under-tails, surgery sites, sores.

They are ALSO available right down the street at just about any store that sells makeup or cotton balls. So good.

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