I am so sorry if this appears in the same forum, I've tries several times to get this in the medical forum. Here it goes. I have a 4yr old maltese with a skin rash for several months on stomach and inner back legs. Took her to vet when started she thought fungal infection was given steriod injection and malaseb shampoo. Still no relief. The rash appears as vesicles that are white then pop into circles that barely noticable not crusty. She is constantly licking her stomach hind legs, paws and anus. I have been feeding her parina since she was a puppy before rash started, she is up to date with all vaccines. She is not a typical maltese she has little hair and in general her skin is mildly pink. Should I be giving her benedrly, she weighs 10lbs. Thanks for help. Mary Beth
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