Neosporin For Dogs: How To Use The Cream Or Gel To Stop Your Dog'S Skin Infection In Your Skin
Neosporin is an over the counter medication. It is meant to prevent and treat minor skin infections. It has no effect on infections caused by other foreign agents. Find out if this common cream or gel is okay to use on your dog. It can prevent the common ways your dog could be injured. Neosporan is often used to treat minor cuts and bruises. However, it is not the best treatment option. There are several products that have been made specifically for dogs. These products will be more dog-friendly than human triple antibiotic. Your dog's lively nature and curious nature may lead to cuts, scrapes and bruises . Having a first aid kit for your dog is recommended. If the injury is beyond a minor cut or abrasion, you should immediately contact your veterinarian. If bleeding is noted, apply direct pressure to the cut to stop the bleeding. Check your dog’s entire body including its pampers for injury. You may have more than one cut. Take a photo of the cut daily to monitor how your dog's healing. Dog Diseases & Disorders is published by Oxford University Press. For more information, call the Samaritans on 0845 90 90 90, visit a local Samaritans branch or see www. samaritans. org. In the US , call the National Suicide Prevention Line 1-800-273-8255. . . .