Diagnosis and Monitoring
The underlying causes for bacterial infections include allergies, hormonal problems (including Cushing's disease and thyroid problems) and parasitic infestations such as demodex mites or scabies.
What it does
The majority of cases of skin infections in dogs are due to underlying conditions, which allow the low numbers of normal bacterial residents to overgrow and cause disease.
The underlying causes for bacterial infections include allergies, hormonal problems and infestations of parasites.
shampoo corrects the balance of positive and negative bacteria on the skin.
- Shampoo should be applied to wet coat and lathered up.
- Leave on for ten minutes before rinsing thoroughly.
- Distract the dog from licking during this period, foam ingestion can cause stomach upset.
- After rinsing allow the dog to shake excess water from its coat and then rub Aloveen conditioner through the coat whilst still damp.