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PostPosted: Fri Jan 23, 2009 2:34 pm 
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my friend has this hound that stays on the chain all the time except for huntin and trainin well yesterday i was checkin out his dog and found a raw place under his neck , his collar rubed it raw , so i lossened his collar and put some blue spray on it , well today i went and put some more med on it , and wraped it up but is there any thing i can do for him so that his collar want just keep rubin the bandges and the medicane off cause he has to stay on the chain cause he don't have a kennel for em . what can i do for the sore .

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PostPosted: Fri Jan 23, 2009 3:59 pm 
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take the bandage off it will heal quicker left open.Put a good antibotic cream on it.(neosporen,emt gel ect)Other than that you're doing fine

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PostPosted: Fri Jan 23, 2009 7:06 pm 
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What is the collar made of? Some are rough and some cause problems because the dog is actually allergic to the collar. In that case you can run the collar through a thick sock with a hole cut in the toe so it doesn't rub as much. It may look funny but it might help it heal faster. A leather collar is usually good for most dogs. Nylon is rough and reflective ones are the ones that seem to cause a skin reaction.

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PostPosted: Fri Jan 23, 2009 7:49 pm 
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thanks i'll un cover it , i don't think it's the collar cause he's always ran them blaze orange collars and the dog's had on like it before in the past .


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You could also buy a dog harness instead of the collar. Some are cheap some aren't. Don't know how much the dog pull's on the chain. If he does pull hard its not advised to put a harness on because he can pull harder.


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how about finding a cheap kennell. dogs on chains are a recipe for disaster. i have 5 dogs. i drive around and find houses with old kennels in the yard. i stop and offer a little cash for them and usually make out ok.


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PostPosted: Thu Jul 19, 2012 5:56 pm 
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My make beagle that I keep on chain. He is really active. His collar has rubbed a raw spot on his neck. I cleaned it up and put him in a pen. What can I put on it to help it heal and not get infected. What can I do to keep it from happening again.maybe a wider collar?

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