Hot spots develop when your dog’s skin causes it to bite, scratch and lick for relief. Signs that your dog has hot spots include, biting, licking, scratching of chest or hip area, oozing or red lesions, and the presence of bald spots on its fur.
Hot spots are known as Acute Moist Dermatitis, an infection that’s self-inflicted. Banixx can help in quick soothing to provide relief to your dog from the initial stage to recovery.
Hot spots can easily turn into an infection. It usually starts out as irritating, small, red and wet-looking. However, infection can be prevented from developing. Gently pat Banixx onto the infected area twice daily until the hot spot completely disappears.
Banixx application process should be consistent. It is a natural instinct for dogs to lick anything applied on the fur. Therefore, feed or play with your dog during application to distract and prevent it from licking the cream. That gives Banixx a chance to work.
Dogs can easily tolerate Banixx, unlike other medications, because it lacks clinical odor and doesn’t cause any burning or stinging sensation. A dog’s sense of smell is way greater than that of humans. The drug has a unique pH to prevent fungal and bacterial growth. And, without the bacteria, infection fades away naturally.
Causes of Hot Spots in Dogs
Hot spots grow quickly from small irritations to an ugly infection. Banixx brings a soothing relief to your dog. Some of the underlying causes of hot spots on dogs include: boredom, flea, allergy, dermatitis, food allergy, skin infections, age-related weak immune system, contact irritants, immune deficiency, parasite infestation and seasonal irritants.
Diet can also contribute to hot spots on a dog. Dogs are carnivores and thus dog food fillers such as soy or corn can cause an imbalance in their diet, resulting in skin irritations. Food allergies accounts for about 50 percent of hot spots on dogs.
Dogs diagnosed with food allergies must stop consuming a grain-rich diet to solve the problem. Using Banixx together with diet change can assist in quick relief and soothing of the spots throughout the healing process.
Dogs can also be allergic to tick and flea bites. Application of tick/flea treatment in conjunction with Banixx can assist in quick recovery. Treatment of your dog’s environment is also as important as treating it.
Adult fleas constitutes about 5 percent of an infestation. 95 percent is made up of flea pupae, larvae and eggs. Wash your dog’s bedding in bleach solution and apply vinegar to the environment to get rid of a fleas infestation.
How Banixx Relieves Hot Spots
With the causes of hot spots in mind, Banixx can either be used alone or together with other medications. Medications should provide a soothing relief to your dog during their entire healing process. The science behind Banixx is that, it has high levels of oxygen and a unique PH.
The treatment creates an acidic environment bacteria and fungi cannot thrive in. As a result of that, the immune system of your dog deteriorates, lengthening the healing process of the affected tissue instead of fighting infection.