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  HELPING DERMATIIS AND HOT, ITCHY SPOTS
Testimonial By: Melody Vandenbergh        Publish Date: 2002-04-01

Hi Eugenie,

I want to thank you for the very enlightening weekend in PE.
I couldn’t wait to get to a friend’s place to help with her dog, which has such a bad case of dermatitis and hotspots.  I used a cool damp linen towel and did the "Bear TT" on him as well as a bit of the other.  I showed her how to work the dog’s skin - hopefully we are doing this correctly.  But, happy days!  Her dog has stopped itching and scratching!  This is so cool as she wanted to get rid of the dog!  Just thought I should share this with you.

Cheers and thank you,
Melody Vandenbergh

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