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the next step is to apply a protectant to the skin that is getting splashed. Petroleum jelly or zinc oxide ointment (diaper rash medicine) forms a coating that protects the skin and encourages healing. Gently clean and dry the affected areas, and then keep a thick layer of ointment in place at all times. You should see improvement in two to three weeks. If Daryl is in an environment where he is going to continue splashing on himself, you may need to keep applying the ointment indefinitely.
If Daryl’s skin worsens or does not improve with treatment over the course of a month or so, it may be time to call your veterinarian back out. Many skin problems can look alike, so it is easy to misdiagnose something on a first visit. A second examination, perhaps with a biopsy or other diagnostic tests, may be needed.
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