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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 02-11-2010, 07:39 AM Thread Starter
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Question Snow protection freezer burned skin Paw wax

Harry will be outside playing in the snow while we all are outside and it gives him little red marks all over his tummy...I guess it is freezer burn...
So what can I do about that?

I have been looking into a suit of some sort, but it will of course have the tummy opened so he can do his business.

I wonder if there is a product I can spray on his tummy before he goes out?

What about that paw wax? I wonder how effective it is on paws or it I could wax up his belly area?

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Try neosporin directly on the spot. I use it on my guys and it clears right up. My vet also said it was ok to use. Good luck.





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I sprayed peacen kindness on it, but I am sure it hurts since they are scattered on his belly and he licks his belly.

Was wondering if there is a preventive maybe someone knows about?
I was thinking vaseline before snow romps but that would probably be a big mess!

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