March 10, 2017 2 Comments

Hot spots on dogs are also referred to as acute moist dermatitis. They most often appear on a dog's head, chest or hind end. There are many reasons that these lesions form, so it's important that all pet owners know how to treat hot spots on a dog.

Anything that irritates your dog's skin will cause him to scratch and chew to relieve himself. While scratching can create lesions on the skin, chewing can be even worse. The moisture left behind festers on the skin and in the fur.

When your dog chews insistently at the same spot, that moisture can cause a hot spot. The hot spot will be itchy, resulting in more chewing, and the issue will quickly spread.

It's a vicious cycle.

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Jon
Jon

November 01, 2017

Hi.
Sorry for the delay in our response.
Research shows that diet has a lot to do with allergies.
Our line of wellness products will certainly help Ruger.
Suggest you try the King Kalm Soothe for those itchy spots.
Ruger will thank you for it.

Appreciate you reaching out.

Maria
Maria

August 20, 2017

Hello I have a 5 year old Shepard/ hound mix male dog- he stinks, itchy, chews until raw smells more, I am tired of the vicious cycle I want a decent life for this dog just dont know what to do anymore.
Vet has been treating him for yeast which relapses seems like every quarter, and allergy testing came back extensive cedAR OUR HOME MADE OF CEDAR, grasses, fleas, roach skin, even humans

Can you help us

Thank you for your time

Maria and Ruger

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