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    Used to hunt yearly in South Carolina at a place called Bostick Plantation. It was great.  Went to book a hunt there a few years ago and unfortunately it closed down. This place has a really good reputation and is in the same general area: http://www.cypresscreekhunting.com/   Probably will be our choice when we get a chance to go hog hunting again.

     

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    Used to hunt yearly in South Carolina at a place called Bostick Plantation. It was great.  Went to book a hunt there a few years ago and unfortunately it closed down. This place has a really good reputation and is in the same general area:http://www.cypresscreekhunting.com/   Probably will be our choice when we get a chance to go hog hunting again.

     

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    We actually just had the same issue, it was yeast. I think it was caused by us rinsing his feet off before he came in the house for the last few weeks and the long hair on his paws which must have stayed moist afterwards and allowed the yeast to grow and spread.  Our dogs paws were swollen and pink in-between the toes and on the bottom of his feet surrounding his pads. White vinegar dilluted in water was what worked. We also rubbed coconut oil into the areas as well including his nails and nail beds. Hope this helps someone else’s pooch in the future.

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    We feed our dog a raw diet which includes a piece of of raw mackeral. The fish oil in it has helped with his skin problems and itchiness dramatically. His coat looks super shiny too. Fish oil capsules or straight up fish oil can also be used.

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