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Manuka Honey
Posted by Milli (Florida) on 07/10/2016
5 out of 5 stars

A mask of clean honey worked like a charm for my dog's hot spot. The skin was so red and irritated by the time I cut my dog's cheek hair that I broke the skin and she was bleeding. In despair I slathered on a "mask" of honey on the area. It scab bed up the next day and came off during her next pond romp. Good old Nature!


Manuka Honey
Posted by Meg (Coromandel, New Zealand) on 02/25/2007
5 out of 5 stars

I have little faith in vets and I try to find things that work and have some luck - manuka honey is really good as antibiotic internally and externally for animals and they like it. Chamomile teabag soak for any eye problems. These are 2 tried and trusted ones for me.