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Hot spots are one of the most painful skin infections out there. Learn the symptoms to help keep your pet happy and comfortable.
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 extremely painful and if treated incorrectly, can cause your pet even more pain and make the infection worse. Learn more 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.
Bathing your Miniature Pinscher can soothe a number of the skin conditions that plague them. Learn how to groom your Min Pin to feeling great here.
A preexisting condition often causes pyoderma, so by the time you start to see the symptoms of this infection, your pet definitely needs treatment. Learn more here.
Boxers have very little odor and stay clean for long periods of time. Still, grooming is an important part of a good health regiment. Learn how to groom your Boxer here.
Fleas may be extremely small, but dangerous things sometimes come in small packages. Guard your dog against the many diseases that fleas carry and transmit.
An overview of how to use our products for your dog or cat's best skin and coat care.
Pekingese are truly "a man's best friend" because of their deep loyalty to their pet parents. Learn more about the specific health needs of this breed.
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