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ghostly
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posted 08-30-2002 07:08 PM           Edit/Delete Message
My twelve year old schnauzer has developed benign sebacious cysts on his coat. One exploded recently by itself. I have been putting warm washclothes on the cyst. Does anyone know of a product in the United States to relieve his cyst. He is my baby, so I want him comfortable.

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posted 01-10-2003 08:30 PM           Edit/Delete Message
Our 11 year old sammy has the same condition. Our vet recommended neosporin. As long as they erupt no problem. If it increases in size and does not erupt, vet needs to remove it.

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My mother in law has a schnauzer with the same problems. She brrings him in to the vets to have them removed occasionally. I have read in one of the dog Magazines that I get that Benziol Peroxide shampoo for dogs really helps clean their pores. That is the main problem. I would say putting the warm towels on is good as it will draw out the junk from the pores. As long as it is not a major wound Neosprin is good. I have put it on my poodles torn off dew claw changing the bandage twice daily. But anyway the article in the Magizine was specifically for schnauzers.

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