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Old 10-18-2012, 01:22 AM
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Mo im not saying its a fungus problem im saying this is something folks can use to help hair grow back. If there is any skin fungus it will surely help. When we did dog and other animal rescue many yrs ago alot of dogs and or cats, livestock ect ect would have some skin issues, be it hot spots, fungus or just hair loss from nutritional neglect this was easy on the skin and always helped with fast hair growth and or cure the probs. If you have hair loss from just something rubbing that area you need to corect that prob but still can use the Fung A Way to help clense, disinfect the area and help hair grow back quickly. You should see results within 7 days we use to see hair start growing back within 4 to 5 days. If the collar is causing the hair loss try something alittle easier on the skin, a felt lined collar will work wonders as well as a sheep skin lined collar. But i would deffinately leave the collar off for awhile so the skin and hair folicals have time to heal/breath so to speak.
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Thanks so much! I'll look into that stuff!

It didn't seem to be the actual collar that rubbed the hair off... more the tags or the rings on the tags that rubbed it off.

Good news is, I think I saw a few "sprouts" today! Woot woot! He's got a very fine fine fiiiiine fuzz on that spot, so maybe that will grow out longer. The sprouts though, seem to be a few random longer hairs. Yay!
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For anyone that has hairless spots anywhere on there dog get some Horsemans Dream "Fung A Way" take a Q-Tip and dip it in the fung a way and rub the area real well making sure to get it nice and saturated into the skin, let air dry and repeat for several days once a day, hair will grow back very quickly. Its totaly safe for your dogs, or for those whom have a dog with alot of body hair loss use it as a dip bath just dont get it in the eyes or mouth.
Hi My Chico got a bold spot for 2 years now. It was because of a shot the vet gave him. I found a cream at that time that worked but it only grow a few tiny hairs. But the bold spot you can still notice it clearly.

I will go see if we have it were I live if not i will buy it online.

I will let all of you know if it worked Plus I will post a before and after pic

Thank you Barracuda for suggesting this regardless if it worked or not.
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