How to treat ringworm in dogs?

Ringworm in DogsBanixx is a preferred product for treating ringworm in dogs (a common fungal skin condition) because Banixx is a potent anti-fungal, topical solution.  Dog Ringworm is extremely contagious, hence treatment of your dog's ringworm must be combined with the disinfection of his entire environment, which is essential for a successful outcome. Disinfection of your dog's environment may be done with a dog-friendly cleanser such as Isopropyl alcohol, vinegar or baking soda. (Note Lysol is Not a dog-friendly solution, so please avoid it).  Additionally, the bedding must also be washed with bleach or similar.The name, ringworm, is deceiving since it is not a worm but a stealthy fungus that lurks in the dark, and infects humans and animals, regardless of size.  Visually, ringworm has a circular pattern but severe signs could be lesions, scaling, and crusting. Banixx is highly effective yet has neither burn nor odor to create fear in your pet. The reason for Banixx' success as a dog ringworm treatment is that Banixx is an efficient anti-fungal treatment, killing 99%of most fungal spores within minutes.

To treat your dog's ringworm infection, simply apply Banixx liberally to your dog's affected area using disposable gloves (so that you don't get ringworm).  Banixx must make direct contact with the dog's ringworm to be effective. Apply two to three times daily on your dog's affected area for several days or, as needed. Dispose of the gloves to prevent the spread of infection. Please read below for treatment of your dogs living area which is imperative to success!

Note: Because ringworm in dogs is so very contagious, it is of utmost importance to treat your dog's entire environment. Wash his bedding and grooming brushes in a bleach solution and spray his environment with a dog-friendly product (such as Isopropyl alcohol, vinegar or baking soda) to destroy ringworm fungal spores. Note -- Lysol is not recommended for use around dogs.

Please read on to learn about ringworm on dogs and other pets, where it comes from and what precautions/preventative measures to use.


Ringworm – What is it and How to Treat Ringworm in Cats & Kittens, Dogs & Puppies, Horses, Cattle

What is Ringworm? It’s one of the most common fungal skin conditions affecting pets of all shapes and sizes, from horses and show cattle to dogs and cats. Named for the characteristic circular pattern of hair loss that’s the hallmark of this infection, ringworm’s symptoms make it an easy problem to identify, but it’s always a good idea to consult your veterinarian for a definitive diagnosis. 

So what is ringworm exactly?

Despite its name, ringworm has nothing at all to do with worms, but rather with an insidious fungus that hides in the dark, moist areas under saddle pads, cinches, or collars. Ringworm in dogs, cats, and any other pet is extremely contagious and can be easily transmitted from animal to animal, or even animal to human, through infected grooming supplies, tack, or even skin-to-skin contact. Due to its contagious nature, treatment of your pet's entire environment is vitally important to success.

What is the treatment for ringworm in dogs, cats, cattle?

Treating for dog ringworm goes well beyond your pet. Once you’re sure that ringworm is what you’re dealing with, the next step is to begin some basic disinfecting procedures such as cleaning grooming equipment, brushes and tack with a bleach and water solution, while treating the affected skin with a quality antifungal like Banixx Horse & Pet Care. It’s also a good idea to limit your animal’s contact with its neighbors and to take precautions yourself (by wearing gloves or washing your hands) to avoid contracting or transmitting the ringworm infection. Wash all bedding, blankets etc in a solution of bleach since fungal spores will lurk in all of those areas, ready to re-infect your pet.  Ringworm often affects very young or older animals due to their weaker immune systems, or, may be seen more frequently in strays, because their health may be compromised due to an inconsistent or poor diet or general poor health.

Why Choose Banixx for ringworm treatment?

Thankfully, with a powerful antifungal like Banixx on your side, eliminating ringworm on dog's, cat's or any pet's skin is a relatively straightforward and painless procedure. Because Banixx doesn’t sting or burn upon application and has no odor or foreign smell, it’s easy to apply to even the most skittish critters. More importantly, it’s safe to use around sensitive areas like the eyes and ears, and on the most delicate puppy and kitten skin — hence, even a case of kittens with ringworm or ringworm in or on kittens can be treated without worry. So whether you’re dealing with ringworm in dogs, puppies or horses, cats or kittens, Banixx is the clear choice!

Customer Testimonial from Teresa via Amazon

"Have a Mini-Schnauzer with several skin ailments from Schnauzer bumps to yeast that looks like ringworm, not to mention grain/potato allergies. After hundreds of hours of research, I found this spray. It worked like a charm and saved me what could've been thousands of dollars.

I called the company and their customer service was excellent. The horse and pet version of this spray is one in the same. I pray this post helps someone looking for something that helps soothe and heal various skin ailments on our beloved pets."



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