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Check out these top 5 facts on hot spots in order to prevent your pet from suffering from this extremely painful skin infection.
A hot spot is a painful skin infection that can really make your pet miserable. Luckily, they are completely preventable. Find out what you need to know to protect your pet.
Hot spots are usually from an underlying skin condition that has gone undetected. This causes your pet to scratch, lick and bite their skin. Check out some main causes of hot spots here.
Hot spots are one of the most painful skin infections out there. Learn the symptoms to help keep your pet happy and comfortable.
Hot spots are patches of skin infections that are quite painful and can occur anywhere on your dog's body. Luckily, there are pet meds available. Find out what these treatment options are here.
Flea Allergy Dermatitis, or FAD, can come from one single flea bite which can lead to your pet having hot spots. Learn how to prevent FAD and treat hot spots here.
Hot spots can be painful and potentially dangerous if they get seriously infected, but the right medical treatment can help your cat find relief. Find the right treatment here.
Hot spots are extremely painful and if treated incorrectly, can cause your pet even more pain and make the infection worse. Learn more here.
Learn how to properly use spot on flea and tick treatments like K9 Advantix II and Frontline Plus that give your pet month-long protection.
Spotted cats are impressive-looking and lovely, maybe because we associate their looks with wild cats. Take a look at this list of domestic spotted cat breeds.
Spot on flea and tick treatments like K9 Advantix II and Frontline Plus provide month long protection from pests. But which one is best for your pet?
Rocky Mountain spotted fever is one of the most common tick-borne diseases to affect dogs (and people). Find out what symptoms to look out for and how to protect your dog.
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