Friday, January 23, 2009

Yeast Infection in Dog Paws

Yeast infection in dog paws is a common problem found in dogs. Although dog paws doesn't provide the bacteria with a wet dark environment like flapping ears they can still thrive in the small gaps in the paw. Best way to stop yeast infection in dogs paws is obviously keep the paws as clean as possible. Even if you took utmost care there is still the possibility of your dog getting infected. Identifying yeast in dog paws is also a problem faced by many dog owners. A wound like rash, smelly dog paws and constant scratching and biting of paws are some of the common symptoms. If you are not sure about the disease it is always a good idea to consult a veterinarian.
If you identify it as yeast infection and if its a mild case you can go for a natural treatment like vinegar , but if that doesn't seem to work it is always a good idea to take your dog to a vet. Dogs with lot of fur on them are more likely to be affected by yeast infection. Regular exercise, regularly cleaning paws using dog wipes are some things you can do to prevent the infection in the first place.
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