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Bogie had to go to the vet for yeasty arm pits last Friday. The vet put him on miconazole 2% cream that cleared it right up, and the pits look great. Today when trimming Bogie's toe nails I discovered he has now developed the same stuff between a couple of his toes.
We were almost out of the cream, so while at Shop Ko hubby checked with our pharmacist to see if you could get it over the counter since the tube said it was for human jock itch. Our pharmacist smiled ( a lady) and took hubby to the women's isle and showed him "Miconazole 7" which is the identical stuff for women's yeast infections. She said she uses it all the time for her English Bull Dog who gets the same yeasty rash in his face folds in the summer. We had a good laugh about Bogie's new cream. :lol: :lol: :lol:
 

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Janice! Thanks for the thought. So far he is not licking his toes and leaving them alone. If we have to we will put back on the towel collar we made to keep him from licking the ACL stitches.
 

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Wonder if that could be useful in their ears? I can't seem to keep Elmer's ears from smelling no matter what we do. The vet said he was fine the other day, but the other dogs like to lick his "years".

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Imagine the scandal if all the other doggies find out! He'll never be able to hold his head up in public again! :lol:

Or perhaps he wouldn't care... "if it feels good, do it" is the Basset motto. :)
 
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