Natural Cures for Pyoderma in Dogs

Coconut Oil and Vaseline



Posted by Joy (California) on 08/15/2016
5 out of 5 stars

I am trying the coconut oil on my cat it seems to be working....it drying up and scabbing.....is that what supposed to happen?...I haven't use the vaseline with it however.


Coconut Oil and Vaseline
Posted by Ronnie (Hudson Valley, Ny) on 11/25/2014
5 out of 5 stars

The coconut oil has natural anti-bacterial apply, wait 5 minutes - then Vaseline - locks in moisture and prevents itching from pyroderma.

Also make sure you wash bedding with no perfume/sensitive detergent. After 5 months of trying to treat a retired nursing dog, 4 vet trips and frustration with pills, ointments - this actually works!!!