6month old Dobermans having pyoderma. rashes severe itching and inflammation of digits.what is line of treatment......

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Tab lixen 300mg for 21 days,lotion wokazole apply topically,syp vetabest derm,shampoo clinar m

Apply dettol lotion all over body ....bath Inj ivrmectin .Atarax 10mg tab orl 6 1_____________1

Dettol???
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It's looks mixed infection.... Demodex and secondary infection.... Give inj. Ivermectin, inj. Prednisolon and inj. Gentamicin.... If you can't get results then start tab fluconazole once weekly with kiskin lotion...

Give dewormer before this treatment
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1st deworming c eazypet 1 tab.then wath c procott shampoo .Then apply 100ml turpentine oil+500ml m.oil lotion twice a day.Griseofulvin 125 mg bd for 14th day.arovit tab 1 daily.if necessary then Nayflee spray use To protect c secondry inf. Marbomet 50mg half tab daily.

Treat with ivermectin and softas max soap and also give enrofloxacin for 5 days plus kiskin lotion externally

Complicated case of pyoderma,treat with tab neomec orally once in every 4 the day ,clindamycin Inj once daily for 5 days ,tab cephalexin for 7 days,tab ketoconazole for 7 days, Omega 3 & 6 fatty acids for a month orally ,betadine and amitraz locally daily after cleaning with Petben shampoo, Fecofol Z tab twice daily for a month may be tried.

It is a bacterial infection.give sulfa drug for 5 days, then break for 3 days again give this drug for 5 days along with steroids and antihistamine. Here in this there is also need of anti-inflammatory

Apply zerokeet lotion all over body...once a day and apply nezral +t bact cream another one time....bath with petben shampoo twice a week...give inj.avil +inj predni for 3 days...n start with oral antibiotics.. mostly enro tablet

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@Dr. Abhinav Suthar

Demodex mange infection so give Inj ivermectin 2ml s/c, apply permethrine lotion bid on whole body repeat ivermectin 10 days interval.

But skin scrapping result negative sir
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