Apply Banixx morning and evening until the infection dissipates. Generally speaking, Banixx will do a terrific job with the infection that arises from the hot spot. But, there's a bit more to hot spot treatment than meets the eye, hence, depending on the cause, Banixx may only act as a band-aid. Please read on to learn more ...
Some dogs hot spots are caused by a skin fungal condition. In these cases, Banixx will take care of this infection quickly and the dog should make a speedy recovery.
In other cases, however, the hot spots on dogs may be caused by an allergy to flea or tick bites, a skin allergy or a skin disease or a dietary intolerance or food allergy.
For hot spots that arise as a result of a skin allergy or skin disease, Banixx will do a wonderful job with the infected surface area, but, the cause of the underlying allergy or infection will still need to be addressed in order to find a permanent cure. In order to pinpoint the underlying cause of your dogs hot spots, a visit to the veterinarian is recommended. If your dog is suffering from an allergy to flea or tick bites, a flea/tick treatment also needs to be administered along with using Banixx as a topical treatment to the affected area.
For dogs diagnosed with food allergies or sensitivities, making the switch to a grain-free diet can often go a long way toward resolving a dog's hot spot issues. While the change in diet affects a systemic change, Banixx can be used for topical healing!