Dog Paw Infections
Your dog's foot pads are made of tough, fibrous material called keratin. This material is tough for a reason; your dog runs through potentially damaging terrain every day of her life. Her paws need to be tough to prevent damage. Sometimes the terrain is...
A dog paw infection may be caused by different agents such as viruses, bacteria
or fungi. The infection can be a consequence of a paw injury. It can be treated, ...
A yeast infection in dogs often starts in warm weather. If you have a dog with itchy
paws and ears, it may be yeast. Here's how to treat an itchy dog.
Skin Inflammation on the Paws in Dogs ... Bacterial, fungal, and parasitic
infections can cause this skin inflammation to develop. Other potential causes for
it can ...
Jul 21, 2010 ... My dog was boarded at a kennel over the weekend that had gravel runs. ... Since
the infection is on his paw, anything you put on it, he will lick ...
It is always wise to be sure that a paw-licking problem in your pet is not part of a
larger health issue. Ear infections, hair loss, musty odor (seborrheic dermatitis) ...
WebMD discusses caring for dog wounds including bandaging wounds and
cleaning cuts to prevent infection.
Jul 6, 2012 ... ... (rinsing off) allergens and other irritants collected on your dog's paws? ... that
might be growing, as well as mild bacterial infections, allergens, ...
Just as a human's foot is prone to developing various infections, a dog's paw pad
is just as vulnerable to infection. Paw pad infections can worsen or spread if left ...
May 3, 2011 ... In fact, some people refer to a yeast infection of a dog's paws as 'Frito Feet.' It's a
pungent, musty, unpleasant smell. The odor of a yeast ...