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Sure enuf. I seem to have a target on me--even with my mesh jacket on and zipped I have gotten zinged on that small bit of neck one of those little b--------s can get to even with a full face helmet on. I have mild allergies, so my go to is diphenhydramine (Benadryl), a cool shower, and an IPA.For your dogs, however, bee sting swelling (face, usually, though hives and wheals on skin occasionally)--treat with 1mg/lb diphenhydramine orally (yup, way more than a human adult would take for any dog 30+ lbs). It won't take the swelling down right away but will prevent further swelling and itching. If your pet has any difficulty breathing, time to transport to a vet, but 99.9% of the time your dog ends up looking like a sharpei for 12-24 hours and that's the end of it. Diphenhydramine can be repeated every 6-8 hrs if itchiness persists--very safe class of medications.I am a DVM (not as smart as a breeder, but you can trust the above!)Thanks for the expert advice!I took my 3 dogs hiking on the AT, all of a sudden a cloud of yellow jackets surrounded us. I told the 2 younger boys to RUN, the older boy's running days are behind him, so I picked him up and ran. I got about a dozen hits, but was able to keep all but one off my buddy. Nest was bigger than a basketball, under a trail map roofed sign thing.Diphenhydramine is the same as Benadryl
Adopted this stray dog one time that was part pit bull. She was with me when we went to pull out this old boat that had a partial bow cover. When I started moving it a bunch of yellow jackets came out from under the bow cover. My dog bit everyone of them out of the air. Never seemed to have negative effect from doing it. Made me sort of pause concerning pit bulls. GliderJohn
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