How To Treat Bacterial Skin Infections in Dogs
Skin infections in dogs or puppies may be bacterial or fungal in nature. For more information on the possible cause, please visit our skin infections page.
Banixx is the treatment solution of choice for dog skin infection because it’s gentle on tissue yet potent. Apply Banixx gently to your dog’s skin infection to make solid contact with the site of irritation, using a cotton ball, sterile gauze. Use morning and evening. Then, just let Banixx go to work! Maintain the treatment on your dog’s infected skin until desired results are seen on your puppy or dog. For a dog prone to skin infections, it may be desirable to treat his skin on a weekly basis to ward off future infections. You, as the owner, are the best judge of this course of action.
Since Banixx has no odor or sting to upset your dog or puppy, it’s easy to apply to skin infections. Because it has no ordor, dogs generally will not lick Banixx off after application – but it’s always smart to find some amusement or distraction for your dog after you apply it, such as taking him/her for a walk, feeding him/her or playing with him/her… so that Banixx has time to work.
Banixx is gentle enough for a young pup or an aging dog and is a very dog-friendly product. Clinically proven safe around the eye and benign, Banixx is ideal for use with young pups or nervous pets. Is it also great for ear infections, ringworm, mange and other conditions.
Banixx Treatment For Hot Spots
If you think a bacterial skin infection is causing your dog to get hotspots, please see our pictures of hot spots on dogs page to get the visual of what this condition looks like. You can also learn what causes hot spots on dogs to determine what is causing them to appear on your pup.