Reddit Reddit reviews Sogeval Douxo 30 Count Chlorhexidine 3-Percent PS Pads

We found 10 Reddit comments about Sogeval Douxo 30 Count Chlorhexidine 3-Percent PS Pads. Here are the top ones, ranked by their Reddit score.

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Sogeval Douxo 30 Count Chlorhexidine 3-Percent PS Pads
Can be used for the antiseptic cleaning of inter digital areasAntiseptic cleaning of inter digital areas, chin acne lesionsNasal/lip and other fold pyodermas in cats and dogs
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10 Reddit comments about Sogeval Douxo 30 Count Chlorhexidine 3-Percent PS Pads:

u/heyyall13 · 17 pointsr/greatdanes

Probably just puppy acne. Mine had it and these pads helped clear it up.

u/RushIndustries · 4 pointsr/cats

That is definitely cat acne. It is a common condition. Veterinarians don’t know the exact cause. However, it can be seasonal and in most cases mild. There has been some discussion about plastic contributing to this condition. So, if you have been feeding or holding water in plastic dishes, it is recommended that you switch to an alternative kind of vessel and clean them regularly. You can mange this by cleaning the affected area with Chlorhexidine 3% PS pads once a day to help cleanse the area. However, if the area seems to bother your cat and they begin to scratch, they can cause damage that may develop into an infection. If that is the case, your veterinarian will most likely prescribe an antibiotic ointment such as Mupirocin usp 2% once or twice a day for about a week or so. That would need to be prescribed and would require a veterinarian visit.

The Chlorhexidine pads are available over the counter. Here is a link.

u/i_am_pantalones · 3 pointsr/popping

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u/cbirn557 · 3 pointsr/cats

My vet had me starting using these for my cats acne. I was so relieved to find out it was acne! I didn't know that cats could get acne and I worried she had an infection.
So far so good with the wipes

u/PK73 · 2 pointsr/pugs

You can use Neosporin, but be careful that she doesn't lick it off.

I have medicated pads that I bought online:

For routine maintenance, I use unscented baby wipes.

Try to keep it dry and clean and it should heal pretty quickly.

u/thechiodo · 1 pointr/personalfinance

Just an FYI most pet insurance will not cover heartguard and flea/tick. Most also have per incident deductibles meaning you need to hit $x on eye issues, knee issues, stomach issues, etc before they cover 90% or whatever it is. I'm also not sure how they would underwrite a 5 y/o dog since we added ours when he was a puppy. We ended up using Trupanion because I like that you can adjust your premium and it will adjust your deductible i.e. if you want to pay a higher premium, your deductible will be lower. I think it really only helps if something major happens. All the little things could add up but you'd need to submit a claim each time so they can add that to your deductible and admittedly I have not been that diligent.

Hope this helps a bit on the insruance question.

For the paws you could try these pads:

My dog did what you are describing alot and we thought it was a grass allergy or something and we started using these (per our vet) and he has stopped doing it as much.

u/lonedub · 1 pointr/pitbulls

My guy gets these sometimes. Mostly from his food bowl I think, even though I try to keep that clean.
There was a thread about this many moons ago and I got the recommendation to use These Wipes and they help tremendously when he breaks out.
Edit - and don’t mess with them. You’ll want to try to pop them but that just makes them worse

u/wineandshine · 1 pointr/AskVet

I use these:

I wipe the entire area pretty hard (at my vet's recommendation), but never enough to puncture any of the infected regions. I then go on a short walk with him so it has time to "air out" and absorb so that he doesn't immediately lie on his bed or anything. I never wipe it off. I do this 2x a day, and have not seen my dog try to lick at it. I even let him sniff my hands after and he turns away so he doesn't like the smell lol.

u/gedvondur · 1 pointr/Bulldogs

Our frenchy hates it while its going on but is relieved afterward.

The pug has an extensive face-rubbing and scrubbing routine she does on her own, she rarely needs intervention.

We use a product called Duoxo, with chlorhexidine 3% for the Frenchie.