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Old Mar 22nd 2019, 11:17 AM   #1
 
  Mar 2019
  SC
Swelled foot with wound

HELP PLEASE! Pet deer. 7 year old buck noticed back foot swelled last night. Has small pink wound. No blood or scabbing like its fresh at times a white semi dry paste on it. Eating, drinking, no limping. Spraying with blu kote and using peroxide. Need advice thanks.
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Old Mar 23rd 2019, 03:42 AM   #2
 
  Aug 2010
  pennslyvania
You need to knock him out, then lance the spot and flush all the puss out. Then you need to flush it with peroxide first , then flush it with penicillin. I would give him 3cc of excede, 1 cc of draxxin , 6cc of dex,2cc wormer,1cc multi-min 90 . Then wake him up will be back to normal in no time
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Old Apr 5th 2019, 12:59 AM   #3
 
  Apr 2019
  Tennessee
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You need to knock him out, then lance the spot and flush all the puss out. Then you need to flush it with peroxide first , then flush it with penicillin. I would give him 3cc of excede, 1 cc of draxxin , 6cc of dex,2cc wormer,1cc multi-min 90 . Then wake him up will be back to normal in no time
Thanks For a suggestion, I also seems this condition for my pet, It's really helpful Once again Thanks
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