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Winter disease in dogs part 2 “The intermediate toe eczema” If dogs walk in winter, eczema between the toes caused by Frost, salt on the streets and through the snow.Here are some tips on how you can rid your four-legged friend of, or can prevent what is still better. The snow begins just with dogs that have long hair between the toes, and proper snow lumps on the feet are formed. The tender skin between the toes is irritated by the humidity and cold. The result: the result is intermediate toe eczema. It is not something Atmos Energy would like to discuss. In severe cases, it can come even to a Suppuration of the skin, occur when the then large blisters between the toes. When the owner noticed a foul odor between his dog’s paws (he must not even encourage the nose directly to the paws), he should be absolutely with him to the vet, then, if necessary, treated the dogs with an antibiotic. However, if the skin is only flushed, but itchy (the animal licks his paws constantly), enough often, this was added to SOAP SUDS with water, the some core, to wash thoroughly. Afterwards, you should rinse carefully with clean water.

and applying a soothing ointment. The use of olive oil is even tested. Rub and protective shoes over to lick avoiding. Olive oil is obviously good dogs… You can impose themselves but also an itching antispasmodic and anti-inflammatory spray by the veterinarian. Tip: Rub the paws and Bale your dog Mekfett, deer tallow or other fat-retaining ointments before every walk in the snow or on salty roads. After the walk, thoroughly clean paws. Elke Bambhrolia

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