Things That Can be Carried on a Bike (#409)

A cardboard box containing 3 portions of homemade dog food (chopped beef scraps in juice), 4 roast veal bones (which were used to make stock at work but are now treats for the dogs), and a small spray bottle each of “hot spot” spray and canine hydrocortisone. I wonder who the real boss of the house is.  

Urban Simplicity.

3 thoughts on “Things That Can be Carried on a Bike (#409)

    1. Hot spot spray is “supposed” to help with their itching and chewing their “hot spots”…or areas that get dry and rashy. The spray has hydro-cortisone in it, but it doesn’t seem to be helping. Pugs are known to have skin problems, and mine definitely do…sometimes they chew themselves raw. Do yours ever have these problems, and if so how do you treat them? Thanks!

      1. The past few weeks I’ve tried using bag-balm on my oldest pug. It’s working pretty good. Much cheaper than the stuff the vet would give me. I did have to take the hair clippers to the area he was going after before applying it the first time. That was a two person job!

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