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    09-23-2013, 10:51 PM
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Trained
I wouldn't use vaseline for skin irritation. Instead, try diaper rash cream. You can get a tub of the generic version at Wal-mart and similar stores for less than half the price of a tub of the name brand.

And don't wait for him to drop - get up in there!
     
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    09-24-2013, 09:31 AM
  #12
Weanling
Thank you guys for the advice , I needed to make an appt for his teeth anyway so I guess I'll just have it done then. I don't know if I was a little unclear or what but he doesn't mind me messing, ears perked , relaxed , he just NEVER DROPS.

Dancing, I've used diaper cream too! I bought it for my paints nose and bum and ended up smearing some on Simons itchies as well. He is slowly getting better now. I have him on Dex pills which are working and it's only the second week! And we can't wait for winter!!!
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