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Q. My dog has a 3rd degree burn about 1" square underneath his muzzle that is constantly rubbed due to position, tried spray bandage w/o success.

A. You need to get him seen by your vet, he will need some antibiotics and pain relief. If he is more comfortable, he might interfere less with the wound.

Answered By
CLAUDIA FIORAVANTI

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