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How to Treat 4 Common Canine Skin Injuries and Irritations



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Scrapes, scratches, and skin irritations are part and parcel with dog ownership. Here’s how to be prepared when little accidents happen.

There are quite a few ways that your beloved pooch can get hurt, especially when it comes to skin injuries and irritations. From minor cuts and burns, to scrapes and allergic reactions, knowing what can cause these problems and how you can provide immediate treatment at home will help prevent them from escalating.
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When my dog has a minor cut or irritaion, I clean it with Vetericyn or Bactine, then usually treat it with Neosporin or Bag Balm a couple times a day. For anything that might need stitches, I take the dog to the vet.
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Highly recommend cleaning with squirt saline and then Derma Gel.

I started this years ago with my horses and it is my go-to for all skin injuries that do not require vet intervention.
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