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        10-23-2008, 10:04 AM
    Snort at the following around. Been there done that. The more you itch it for them the worse they beg.. I would use Desitin baby butt ointment, or the store brand equivalent. Don't be shy, just put squeeze it there and then reach in and rub it around. LOL
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        10-23-2008, 11:46 AM
    I wish he would spin like he does for a scratch when I ASK for a turn on the haunches......LOL
        10-23-2008, 09:13 PM
    LOL OMG it wont let me post less than 6 letters. LOL again
        10-24-2008, 04:54 AM
    Try a antibacterial/antifungal shampoo like Quit Itch (do you guys have that over there?) You can apply it straight and leave it there, or mix it with water and use like a regular shampoo. My boy gets an itchy butt/tail this time of year and the quit itch does wonders.
    If you find it's bug related (ie they're bites or something) try adding a teaspoon of garlic to a hard feed once or twice a day, helps keep them bugs off :)

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