Friday, April 30, 2010

Peanut and Butter

Finally, Butter seems to be healing from the fungal infection, and it could be a combination of Apple Cider Vinegar, Vetri DMG, time and this Ayurvedic herbal cream recommended by my friend, Amy.  Amy says her clients have been using it for about 10 years now, with heaps of praises for its efficacy. 

This is the cream:

I applied the cream on just three of the stubborn bald spots on Butter over three days.  It appears to be effective because the fur is already growing back now.  The only thing with the cream is that it is dark brown and it stains the skin quite severely.  The good thing is that (and Amy testifies to this) the animal will not lick the cream.  This is probably due to its strong herbal scent. 

Above the left eye, you'd notice a small patch of darkish brown - that's what's left of the cream after almost five days.

A few dark brown spots on the back - this used to be a totally bald spot.  The spot above the right armpit also was bald previously.

Hey, what about me?  Well, Peanut, you do not need the Ayurvedic cream because you have recovered.


vivienne said...

nice to see both Peanut & Butter skin so much improved now^^!!

Anonymous said...

Where can we buy the cream? My dogs are also getting the fungal infection. Thanks.

chankahyein said...

I got the last tube from my friend. I was told it isn't sold anymore now since it's quite an old product, but you can always try the petfood shops.

Corinne said...

Himax is indeed v. effective for pets' skin problems and I first discovered it when my pup (at that time) had a terrible skin condition which even medication from the vet could not improve and it was only when I was recommended the HIMAX cream by the owner of the SS2 pet supplies shop that my pup's skin condition went back to normal. The other good skin cream is CANISEP which is slightly cheaper but just as effective.