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As many dog owners probably  know, moist dermatitis (usuallyknown as a hot spot) can be difficult to treat, as well as pai...
Hot spots on dogs can also be time consuming and expensive to treatconsidering that usually, by the time one is realized, ...
However, there are a number of  natural remedies for dog hot spots  that can be used, and even begintreating them before t...
Occurring most of the time in the same places -    the side of the face/cheek area, under the  throat, and on the hip area...
Like any infection, the object of anytreatment for dog hot spots is to get the "heat" and inflammation down, reducepain, a...
Shaving away the hair from aroundthe whole the area to get off any that is caked with blood and pus, and toopen up the ski...
After clipping the spot, it should becleaned with a gentle, non-stinging       soap, then dried well.         www.naturald...
Thorough drying is veryimportant, since moisture will just  promote bacterial regrowth.        www.naturaldogremedies.org
If the dogs hot spot is to the point ofbeing an oozing mess, antibiotics will be necessary, so a trip to the vet is       ...
A short course of steroid, or a steroid injection, may be suggested, and if  the dog is constantly at himself, or seems ve...
For a dog with hot spots that are not so bad, it is many times possible to         treat these sores athome, naturally, as...
The same as with most other holistic treatment, treating the whole system, as well as the hot spot itself, is necessary to...
Remedies for hot spots on dogs are   generally oral preparations.        www.naturaldogremedies.org
Extracts that include ingredients such       as Camomilla, Cina, Arumtriph, Astragalus, and Purpura, just to     name a fe...
Additionally, antioxidants and    ingredients that support cellregeneration will aid quicker healing.          www.natural...
If it seems to help, an anti-inflammatory or   skin-cooling topical spray can be used  while the canine hot spot is still ...
There are actually many different herbs and natural ingredients that  can help treat hot spots on dogswhich can be researc...
In a dilution of 1:10 (1 to 10), applecider vinegar and water used multiple    times daily as a skin rinse can sometimes b...
Black tea bags (not herbal teas) thathave been soaked in hot water, thensqueezed out slightly before applying   them as wa...
Also, corn starch patted into the sore can help speed healing by keeping   the hot spot as dry as possible.          www.n...
While there is little that can be doneabout a random hot spot showing up  on a dog, generally, if a dog has gotten one bef...
Whether speaking in terms of the chronic sufferer or a random affliction however,  catching the hot spot early, before too...
Also, especially for dogs with    recurring hot spots, starting anatural, general health supplement is  a good idea since ...
As always, discuss any alternative  therapies with a veterinarian toensure against any contraindications   or potential ad...
For more information about hot spots on dogs and the natural remedies that are available to relieve them,                v...
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How to Effectively Treat Hot Spots on Dogs Naturally

  1. 1. Hot Spots on Dogs www.naturaldogremedies.org
  2. 2. As many dog owners probably know, moist dermatitis (usuallyknown as a hot spot) can be difficult to treat, as well as painful for the dog. www.naturaldogremedies.org
  3. 3. Hot spots on dogs can also be time consuming and expensive to treatconsidering that usually, by the time one is realized, it is badly infectedand in need of antibiotics and other treatment. www.naturaldogremedies.org
  4. 4. However, there are a number of natural remedies for dog hot spots that can be used, and even begintreating them before they get so bad that a trip to the vet is necessary. www.naturaldogremedies.org
  5. 5. Occurring most of the time in the same places - the side of the face/cheek area, under the throat, and on the hip area - they can literally appear overnight, with owners waking up to a big, oozing, smelly sore that was not there the previous day - so it is important to be aware of these things to more easily provide treatmentfor dog hot spots, or even to prevent them in the future. www.naturaldogremedies.org
  6. 6. Like any infection, the object of anytreatment for dog hot spots is to get the "heat" and inflammation down, reducepain, and prevent the dog from causingmore trauma to himself (usually done by the dog itching and obsessively licking/chewing) while healing takes place. www.naturaldogremedies.org
  7. 7. Shaving away the hair from aroundthe whole the area to get off any that is caked with blood and pus, and toopen up the skin so it can breathe, is a must for proper dog hot spot treatment. www.naturaldogremedies.org
  8. 8. After clipping the spot, it should becleaned with a gentle, non-stinging soap, then dried well. www.naturaldogremedies.org
  9. 9. Thorough drying is veryimportant, since moisture will just promote bacterial regrowth. www.naturaldogremedies.org
  10. 10. If the dogs hot spot is to the point ofbeing an oozing mess, antibiotics will be necessary, so a trip to the vet is probably warranted. www.naturaldogremedies.org
  11. 11. A short course of steroid, or a steroid injection, may be suggested, and if the dog is constantly at himself, or seems very painful, it is probably agood idea at least to get him through the first few days of treatment. www.naturaldogremedies.org
  12. 12. For a dog with hot spots that are not so bad, it is many times possible to treat these sores athome, naturally, as long as treatment is diligent and complete. www.naturaldogremedies.org
  13. 13. The same as with most other holistic treatment, treating the whole system, as well as the hot spot itself, is necessary to stop the cycle of infection andinflammation, and promote regrowth, so it should not be assumed this will happen with a simple topical preparation. www.naturaldogremedies.org
  14. 14. Remedies for hot spots on dogs are generally oral preparations. www.naturaldogremedies.org
  15. 15. Extracts that include ingredients such as Camomilla, Cina, Arumtriph, Astragalus, and Purpura, just to name a few, which act as anti- inflammatory, antiseptic and anti- bacterial agents in regard to the skin, are suggested. www.naturaldogremedies.org
  16. 16. Additionally, antioxidants and ingredients that support cellregeneration will aid quicker healing. www.naturaldogremedies.org
  17. 17. If it seems to help, an anti-inflammatory or skin-cooling topical spray can be used while the canine hot spot is still red and raw, but ointments or other preparations that will keep the spot from drying up should be avoided. www.naturaldogremedies.org
  18. 18. There are actually many different herbs and natural ingredients that can help treat hot spots on dogswhich can be researched, includingsome that do not come in a vial or jar. www.naturaldogremedies.org
  19. 19. In a dilution of 1:10 (1 to 10), applecider vinegar and water used multiple times daily as a skin rinse can sometimes be all that is necessary. www.naturaldogremedies.org
  20. 20. Black tea bags (not herbal teas) thathave been soaked in hot water, thensqueezed out slightly before applying them as warm compresses has apparently seen some success, too. www.naturaldogremedies.org
  21. 21. Also, corn starch patted into the sore can help speed healing by keeping the hot spot as dry as possible. www.naturaldogremedies.org
  22. 22. While there is little that can be doneabout a random hot spot showing up on a dog, generally, if a dog has gotten one before the possibility isalways there that he can get another one. www.naturaldogremedies.org
  23. 23. Whether speaking in terms of the chronic sufferer or a random affliction however, catching the hot spot early, before toomuch damage has been done, will get thebest results from natural remedies for hot spots on dogs. www.naturaldogremedies.org
  24. 24. Also, especially for dogs with recurring hot spots, starting anatural, general health supplement is a good idea since it is possible toprevent conditions like dog hot spots with the right nutrition and body wellness. www.naturaldogremedies.org
  25. 25. As always, discuss any alternative therapies with a veterinarian toensure against any contraindications or potential adverse reactions. www.naturaldogremedies.org
  26. 26. For more information about hot spots on dogs and the natural remedies that are available to relieve them, visit: http://www.naturaldogremedies.org/hot-spots-on-dogs www.naturaldogremedies.org

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