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Results for “pyoderma-skin-infection”
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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.
Whipworm infections begin when a whipworm egg is ingested by your dog or cat. Learn how the whipworm lifecycle works, and how these parasites infect pets.
Pyoderma is a bacterial skin infection that usually is caused by another health problem. Learn more here.
Pyoderma is an extremely painful condition that occurs in both cats and dogs. Learn what you need to know to help your pet here.
Pyoderma often has an underlying cause like allergies, hypothyroidism, or Cushing's disease, among other possibilities. Learn more about the causes of pyoderma.
Treating pyoderma depends on the underlying cause of the condition. Learn the different kinds of treatment that will help to keep the itch from your pet.
Staph infections are caused by a Staphylococcus (or “staph”) bacteria. This bacteria is commonly found on the skin of people and animals, but does not cause any problems until the skin is irritated or the immune system is compromised.
There are many causes of kidney disease in cats and dogs, including bacterial infections. Learn more here.
If your pet has been diagnosed with an ear infection, you'll need to start treatment. Learn which kinds of treatment are appropriate for your pet's ear infection here.
Ringworm in dogs and cats is an infection that must be treated to prevent its spread to other animals or contamination of your home. Find out how to treat ringworm in pets.
Hot spots are extremely painful and if treated incorrectly, can cause your pet even more pain and make the infection worse. Learn more 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.
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