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I'm sure I've read this is ok to use on dogs?? I hope so, Tau has a mild rash on her tummy, and it seems to be working ok at clearing this up. She's a b*gga for licking her tum though after I've put it on, although I discourage her, so just wanted to double, double check......
 

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I'm sure it's ok but I don't usually have any in the house, have used savlon lots on rashes and grazes though.
 

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I have no idea of the 'official' answer but I can say I've used it lots of times successfully, from rashes to sores and cracked pads.
 

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I know when the new vet started here in Cotgrave he quipped that it looked like the old retired vet fixed most animals with a tub of Sudocrem, so i'm sure it must be some sort of miracle cream made especially for Labs and bottoms.

Gary and Toby.
 

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Thanks guys and gals, she's just had a bit of a weird scabby rash on her tummy, and the sudocrem seems to be working at clearing it, just wanted to know it's ok to stick on there regularly as she licks some of it off!!
 

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I use Sudocrem on everyone/dog :) It is my go to clear up rash stuff ! Thor had some spot on his tum a few weeks back, sudocrem worked a treat!
 

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I love sudocrem. Over the years I've used loads of different creams and lotions to treat sore skin but much prefer sudocrem if used properly, it's a brilliant barrier cream, great for spots and grazes.
 

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Milo got bitten on the lip by a water rat once and I rang the vet as I was worried about the nasties that rats carry. They said Sudocrem is perfect to use and it didn't matter too much if he licked it off!
So yes Sudocrem is ok! :wink:
I hope the rash is clearing nicely! :wink:
 
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