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All of a sudden two of the boys have terrible hot spots.  Never had this before with any of them, what do I do?  I have washed them with a medicated soap, then applied genesis spray to them.  How long do they take to dry up and go away?

Alicia Jay Deuce and Oliver's picture

Gold Listerine....

The recommendation from MANY on this board was to use the original gold colored Listerine on a cotton ball.  Dab the hot spot with the Listerine and then dry it off.  Then apply some medicated Gold Bond powder to the spot.  I think do it twice a day and it should clear up pretty quickly.  Deuce had one and this cleared it up within a matter of a few days. 

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Thanks will get it today!

Jacinda and the bullies's picture

You may want to shave

The area around the hot spot so that it can breathe.

RosieBeGood's picture

Vetericyn is a lifesaver!

I never used anything so amazing before! I first used it on my horse with a nasty fungus that i tried treating for almost 6 months with no luck unitl I found this stuff! I used it on Rosie a few times for some skin problems and BOOM gone! definitely worth it!




Danielle & Rosie