Miss Belle, Hotspots and Her My Greg

I’m working on a hot spot and My Margret is working just as hard to stop the growth of said hotspot.

As she was giving me my stop itching medicine in cheese my sisters heard the wrapper rustle and got in line for their bit of cheese. You should have seen the look on Bonnie’s face on being put outside before she got her cheese. In fact it took using the leash to help her the 12 remaining inches out the door to their pup porch. She can be a bit stubborn sometimes.

When My Margret wanted to put the other medicine on my paw and wrap it for a few minutes so I wouldn’t lick it off instead of laying down and letting her take care of me I heard My Greg come in and ran to him to let him know that I needed his support while she medicated and bandaged my paw. After that because someone needs to distract me so I don’t chew the bandage off I knew only My Greg would do.

Oh and of course Bess and Bonnie got their bit of cheese too.

~ this is Belle “the My Greg makes everything better” Pup for the rest of the Pups and Kitties.

9 responses »

  1. Oh my, I wonder how Belle got a staph infection. I have just started studying and using some essential oils. Oregano kills staph and many other bacterias. Always dilute is way down with a carrier oil such as coconut oil or olive oil. Or use in a diffuser to kill any bacteria in the air. I used it with my laundry detergent on whites and the stubborn rash Jeff had around his middle disappeared. I’ve just been trying to go natural as much as possible. 🙂

    • It looks like Belle had a small cut and she started to lick it and it went from there. Thank you for the information, I’ve been hearing a lot about essential oils and need to take the time to research them. I’m sure glad they helped Jeff. ~ Margret

      • Not nearly as glad as Jeff was! This has been an ongoing problem for him for years, and it is finally cleared up. To research what is safe for dogs, go to dogsnaturallymagazine.com and search on essential oils.

  2. Bandages are a tough nut to crack, B. They can be pretty delicious! It’s lucky your My Greg was there to help. I hope your itchy spot gets better soon. Once I had an itchy paw and I had to wear a BABY SOCK. And I’m not even a baby!

    Love and licks,

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