Bee Sting Treatment for Dogs

Poor Penny!  She stuck that little Beagle nose in a beehive yesterday.  Because of my usual great photography skills, I’m not sure you can tell from the photo how swollen her whole snout is.  This picture was taken about 3 hours after the first Benadryl.  When she first came inside, her eyes were even swollen shut.  She looked a lot more comfortable this morning, thank goodness!

Does anyone have any home remedies or other tips for treating bee stings?  I want to be better prepared if it happens again!

Until next time,

Good day, and good dog!

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2 thoughts on “Bee Sting Treatment for Dogs”

  1. if it’s a bee sting, make a paste of baking soda & water ASAP – put it on the sting site and swollen areas – it will help to draw out the venom/stinger and help with the swelling (works pretty quickly too!)

    if it’s a wasp sting, use a vinegar wash or pad saturated with vinegar & apply over sting site.

    good luck

  2. Poor pup…I got stung the other day and a customer of mine told me to hold a penny on it for 15 minutes. Not sure if it works but can’t hurt.

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