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Poor Darrel. Six months after he came to my home he developed a corn. He could not walk on cement without limping. All walks took place on grass. He was operated on, but still a corn. I brought him to the vet every 3 weeks to have it hulled...still a corn. Well, here it is....7 years later. I brought him to the vet....the corn is gone. Poor old Darrel is 11 years old now and corn free. I can't explain it...I just wanted to share it.

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Guest bigorangedog

Good for you!! I have an "Odd" dog too -- Odd Tobias. He's also 11 yrs old and still has corns on 3 of his 4 feet. :( Maybe he will still outgrow them too!

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Frisby is nearly 10 and has recently developed a corn for the first time. My vet doesn't want to operate on it as he has had a severe reaction to anasthetic the last couple of times. I have read that salicylic acid helps with corns. I have also ordered a Thera-Paw boot to give him some relief and thought I could try the salicylic acid. My vet seems to think that might work, but it will take a very long time. Does anyone else have any suggestions?

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Guest Energy11

We hull Staggerlee's corns (both rear paws), but, alas they grow back. He wears his Voyagers Booties when we walk him. He will today. IT is FINALLY cool enough for a walk!

 

I hate corns!

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I see a a walkie in Darrell's future!

 

 

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