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October 26, 2023 1 min read

Because of their greater outdoor activity and socialization, dogs have a much greater chance of developing skin diseases than cats and kittens. We can try the following process to self-check your dog's skin as well as the treatment process:

1.Examination: Regularly check your dog's skin for redness, rashes, bumps, or lesions. Pay attention to any changes in their coat, including hair loss or excessive itching.

2.Cleanliness: Keep your dog's skin clean by bathing them with a gentle, pet-safe shampoo. Avoid over-bathing, as it can dry out their skin.

3.Topical Treatment: Apply vet-recommended topical treatments, such as antimicrobial sprays or ointments, to affected areas. Follow the vet's instructions closely.

4.Flea Control: Ensure your dog is on an effective flea control program. Fleas can exacerbate skin issues.

5.Diet: Ensure your dog's diet is appropriate for their skin health. Consult your vet for diet recommendations if needed.

6.Allergen Management: Identify and minimize potential allergens in your dog's environment, which can contribute to skin issues.

7.Regular Vet Check: Schedule regular check-ups with your vet to monitor your dog's skin health. If the condition worsens or doesn't improve, seek professional veterinary care promptly.

Cyan Cheng
Cyan Cheng

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