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Old 07-14-2010, 01:26 PM   #11
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Superglue like others have said, I've done it for my dogs in the past. But also keep him off cement and other hard surfaces if possible until it heals. It will heal faster walking on dirt and carpet than cement and blacktop.



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Go with the superglue. My wife uses on her fingers all the time. If the dog has to be on rough pavement immediately, then put a boot on the foot for a couple days. I used the boot on my dog when his paw split. He was a little annoyed with it at first, but got used to it quickly.



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I've used moleskin, it's the stuff you use when breaking in a new pair of hiking boots to cover the blister you get. It sticks great, pads the wound a little

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You could also try styptic sticks. Basically it's a small stick with a coagulate on it. Once it mixes with blood it stops the bleeding instantly. If you cut your own pet's nails, the styptic sticks are a must have if you cut the quick by mistake.

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I saw this: 3M Pet Care Spray-On Liquid Bandage at REI.com while spending a gift certificate the other day. I thought the "cool collars" were interesting.

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You could also try styptic sticks. Basically it's a small stick with a coagulate on it. Once it mixes with blood it stops the bleeding instantly. If you cut your own pet's nails, the styptic sticks are a must have if you cut the quick by mistake.
That will hurt a dog! I used them ONCE on a little cut that wouldn't stop bleeding. Stung like a MOFO!

Use the superglue. No pain!


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