• Hot Spot Relief

    Hot Spot Relief


    Scalding water
    1 black or green teabag

    Fix yourself a cup of tea, pull the teabag out, allow it to cool to a decent temperature. Apply it to your pets hotspot, comfort the animal. If possible, hold the teabag in place with gauze for up to an hour.


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      Stormie -
      I really love the fact that this is an all natural remedy. Thanks for sharing.

      Hugs, Stormie


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