hahaha the cone of shame.
she will be going to the vet tomorrow... probably will be the most expensive way to take care of it but the fastest and easiest for me!
You can get some veterinary hot spot spray from most pet stores. My late Corgi pal Watson used to get hot spots now and again but his sister never did. Go figure. Anyway, when I got the spray I read the label and it turns out it's pretty much the same stuff as hydrocortisone anti-itch spray for humans. As E-A noted below, a careful cleaning then treatment with the meds clears things up but the hard part can be keeping your furry friend from licking and perpetuating or worsening the irritation. Sometimes I had to resort to the dreaded cone of shame. For shaving fur (and trimming toe fur as needed) I bought a cheap, battery powered trimmer that's worked well for about ten years now.
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