Can I Treat Dog Hot Spots With Coconut Oil?

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A dog hot spot (AKA acute moist dermatitis) is an open sore that occurs when your dog sustains some kind of damage to the skin, whereupon bacteria proliferate, and the area becomes red, hot, itchy and swollen. Oftentimes the dog himself causes the hot spot when he obsessively scratches, licks, and chews on the skin. If not treated, the area … Read More

Dog Ear Infections: What Causes Them & How To Treat Them

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What Are Dog Ear Infections? The longer you go without treating the ear infection, the more likely your dog will develop a chronic ear infection. It will increasingly be harder to get rid of and the symptoms may likely grow worse and more serious (even resulting in deafness). If that doesn’t get your attention, then consider that you will need … Read More

Hot Spots on Dogs: 10 Things You MUST Know

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If you’ve got hot spots on dogs, these are the 10 most important things you must know before doing anything else. What Are Dog Hot Spots? A dog hot spot (also called acute moist dermatitis) is an area of inflamed or infected skin. It starts out as a small irritation and quickly grows into a bacterial infection that can become … Read More

CBD Oil For Dogs

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CBD products come in different delivery types (such as oils, gummies, capsules) and different compound ranges (the compounds extracted from the cannabis plant): full-spectrum, broad-spectrum, and isolates. The article deals with the difference between the compound types. The bottom line, for you the reader, is whether, or not you want to administer any THC to your dogs, and which type … Read More

Antimicrobial Cream

Banixx Wound Care Cream for Every Bacterial or Fungal InfectionIntroducing our NEW Banixx Infection Wound Care Cream, chlorhexidine-based (2%) formula that’s ultra-enriched with moisturizing, rejuvenating Marine Collagen along with essential extracts such as Aloe Vera, Eucalyptus oil, Chamomile, Oil of Peppermint and more! It’s a Veterinarian’s First-Aid choice for use as a safe, effective skin/infection treatment for horses, dogs and … Read More

Treating Hot Spots On Dogs

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How to Treat Hot Spots on DogsBuy BanixxA few quick Facts on dog hot spots Hot spots are areas of skin inflammation and bacterial infection that look like skin rashes but, they’re raw, red and wet in appearance. In general, caused by your dog incessantly chewing, biting or licking on his paws or hip areas, they can quickly become a … Read More

Pigeon Fever in Horses

Myth No. 1: Pigeons cause Pigeon FeverIt isn’t pigeons but rather, the soil-inhabiting C. pseudotuberculosis, which produces a toxin called phospholipase D that causes the characteristic severe inflammation and local tissue damage infected horses exhibit. While scientists have speculated about a number of infection routes, they have not yet identified one specific vector (carrier). In all likelihood, horses are infected … Read More

How to Get Rid of Skunk Smell in Dogs

How to Get Rid of Skunk Smell in Dogs

Can you imagine how silly you’d feel if you walked close to an animal that, instead of attacking you when it got scared…instead…it just made you smell badly? Now imagine how silly your dog would feel, when, after that happened, she had to get thoroughly scrubbed down as if she was at a car wash. Walking up to a skunk … Read More

What are the ingredients in Banixx?

What are the ingredients (Ingredient) in Banixx?Banixx Spray Products The science behind sound wound healing clearly gives Banixx the edge over other infection care treatments via its unique pH formulation. As far as Banixx spray product ingredients, Banixx has one active ingredient, stabilized hydronium 2.5%. The inactive ingredient is purified water. The unique pH and high oxygen levels create an … Read More

Scratches in Horses

Treating Horse Scratches with Banixx (Mud Fever)Buy BanixxHow To Treat Horse Scratches (Mud Fever) Before discussing how to treat horses scratches,  let’s establish what it is.  Scratches is an escalating condition caused by a fungus: Sporotrichum Schenki to be exact. It’s also known by other names such as Equine Mud Fever, Dew Poisoning, Greasy Heel or Pastern Dermatitis. What causes … Read More