Guest Carla Posted August 8, 2008 Share Posted August 8, 2008 My new boy Mickey has a lick granuloma on his right inner elbow. I noticed it on July 25th when we were at the vet's to remove the 5 staples he had in his face for a laceration. Mickey wouldn't leave it alone and he was licking it incessantly. She gave me some panalog to put on it, but Mickey would lick it off as soon as I put it on. The spot is nearly impossible to wrap. Anyway we went to the vet's again last night as it got worse. She gave him an injection of Vetalog at the site of the granuloma. Here are her instructions: Keep the lick granuloma sore coverest at all times for at least two weeks. Use a long sleeved shirt, or pick up an E collar is needed. Use Neosporin on it twice daily as well. You can give 50 mg of benadryl every 12-24 hours as needed for itchy skin. Here is a picture of the wound: And here is a picture of Mickey styling in his long sleeved t shirt! Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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