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    What can you do for razor burn?

    my friends sis took in her pekenese to get trimmed and they shaved her belly and now she is very sore..so I am assuming it's razor burn, but the dog is going mental over it, dragging her belly across the floor and her bum as well.....she has been putting aloe on her but it doesn't seem to help at all(she was up all night, poor little thing) I suggested polysporin, the kind that has triple protection with a minor pain reliever in it, and novocaine(comes in a aerosol type can) is there any thing else you guys can suggest to do?
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    Polysporin with pain relief works. It might be an allergic reaction too. If so, get her to call her vet about giving some Benedryl.

    A cold washcloth to take the sting out first might feel good for the pup.

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    Benadryl can help, but I suggest contacting a vet first.
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    so you guys think its an allergic reaction then?

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    my friend is bringing her in right now, poor thing, she said she is just screaming and panting quite bad...so i'll update in a bit!

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    fresh aloe vera gel it should be cold, i buy it in a jar and keep it in the fridge. if its an allergy best take her to the vet

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    Poor thing, I hope she's ok!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dogs of Romance
    fresh aloe vera gel it should be cold, i buy it in a jar and keep it in the fridge. if its an allergy best take her to the vet

    her sister was putting aloe on her dog, as well as a cold damp towel.....still waiting to hear what's going on.

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    I hope she is going to be ok! I have used Aloe to,or Sulfa med,but that can burn for a minute,but it does heal it.

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    The vet can help it a little, they will probably give her pred to stop the itching and put a little cream on there.. but the only thing that can really help is time.. letting the hair grow back a little and my advice.. find a new groomer!
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