For bumps on his chin belived to be from plastic feeding bowls
Can you use lotrimin on my dog?
Question posted by Anonymous on 2 March 2010
Last updated on 10 November 2016 by Usmck9
More than likely it is folliculitis (an infection of the hair follicles). I found the most convenient and economical way to treat the condition is oxy/acne pads. The best type of food/water bowl is stainless steel. It prevents the repeated rubbing irritation that can be caused by plastic bowls. Good luck!
Probably not a good idea without checking with your vet first.
Lotrimin is an antifungal cream and if the bumps on your dogs chin are a reaction to the feeding bowls it will not help at all (and could make it worse).
- Lotrimin uses and safety info
- Lotrimin information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side effects of Lotrimin (detailed)
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