Dogs may have allergic reactions to beauty products, food, and environmental stimulants, such as speckled yellow pollen or insect bites.
An allergy dog will scratch constantly causing the skin to be scratched and rash with rash allergies.
If your dog constantly scratches his ears to yellow or licks and chews his toes, ask your veterinarian to check for fungal infections. Symptoms include irritated, itchy, or discolored skin. Infections often occur in the ears or feet, where yeast has a strong development space. Yeast infections are easy to diagnose and often doctors recommend topical creams. In some cases, your veterinarian prescribes oral medications or bath medications.
A type of bacterial infection, usually a person infected with impetigo is a puppy. Moreover, it causes vesicles filled with small pus, which can break and crust. Blisters often develop on the abdomen. Rarely, impetigo is serious and can be treated with a topical solution. Particularly, infection spreads or lasts for months.
Seborrheic dermatitis causes the skin of the dog to be slippery, greasy and developed to become oily scales (dandruff). In some cases, it is an inherited disease from childhood to the end of life. In this case, it is necessary to carefully consider the situation of the pet to find out the appropriate course of treatment.
The cause of the disease is “mushroom”. The word “ring” originates from a wound caused by bacteria that can form anywhere, on one end, foot, ear, or front leg. Inflammation, around the formation of scabs, hair loss and surrounds often hurt. Besides, puppies under 1 year of age are most susceptible to this disease, and infections can spread quickly if not kept in custody and carefully cared for. Antifungal treatments have many different ways.