How To Treat Ringworm In Dogs and Puppies With Banixx

What Does Ringworm Look Like On A Dog?

Ringworm is one of the most common skin conditions affecting pets of all shapes and sizes, from horses and show cattle to dogs and cats. If you’re new to dogs, you might think this condition involves worms, but actually, nothing could be farther from the truth – it’s a skin infection caused by a fungus that lives on the dead tissues of skin and hair.  This dead tissue is completely normal and happens all the time in animals as well as humans.

A frequent question is “What does ringworm look like on a dog?” The best indicator of dog ringworm is a small circular pinkish bare spot –about the size of a dime–where your dog has lost all of its hair. But in severe cases, you could see lesions, scaling, and crusting. Ringworm’s symptoms make it a fairly easy problem to identify, but it’s always a good idea to consult your veterinarian for a definitive diagnosis.

Banixx is the preferred, effective ringworm treatment for dogs and cats. The reason Banixx is such a successful solution is its potent anti-fungal properties.  Banixx’s low pH composition makes it impossible for fungus and its wily army of fungal spores to survive – they simply cannot live in a low pH environment.

Even better, Banixx does not sting or smell – these are crucial qualities in making it easy to apply to your dog.  It is totally safe around the eye, and it’s gentle on tissue, quickly helping to repair any skin that has been irritated or inflamed due to ringworm.   Click here to find a store near you that carries Banixx or buy Banixx online.

What Our Customers Have to Say

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Rescued a kitten with ringworm, it got rid of it, and worked great for my elderly dogs hot spots!! Highly recommend.
Elle
Cured a ringworm on my lab puppy. Worked in a few weeks.
Manon
I used this stuff for three weeks religiously at least once, if not twice, a day to treat my dog and cat’s ringworm patches. Her hair is starting to grow back and she is no longer scratching at the spots anymore. Definitely soak the area and it should kill all the fungus!
Christopher
I bought Banixx and it seemed to work really well. I sprayed his body twice a day and it’s safe around the eyes. I do advise buying the larger bottle if you are treating more than one pet. My dachshund was cured in only 2-3 days.
Perry
This stuff works! After only 1 application I could see a difference on my dogs ringworm spot.
Sarah
Should be called ringworm begone!
Ashlynn
This totally did the trick for my dog with ring worm. The key is you have to keep up with it. I sprayed the affected spot twice a day for two weeks. She now has no ring worm and the hair is growing back in. Thank the Lord!
Maci
Got this on a Saturday, used it as directed on dog's ringworm (along with sanitizing bedding of course). It's now Wednesday and the spot is noticeably smaller. I know it's not for human use, but I used it on a nasty cut I'd gotten at work; healed up perfectly. I'm definitely buying more.
Frank
If you have a pet with ringworm or if you have ringworm yourself you need this stuff. It says on the label not for humans but it worked for me, my shelter kitten who infected us all, my husband AND our ferret. God Bless Banixx. It ain't just for horses!
Sarah
We run a pet rescue so we see lots of skin issues, mostly ringworm, which can often means weeks (sometimes months) of long tedious treatments. An adopter told me about this product and it's been a game changer! This product does it all! I am so pleased and thankful for it.
GeeZee

Can My Dog Get Ringworm?

Yes, your dog can get ringworm. The first sign your dog has ringworm may be a small pink circular mark as pictured here. If early stages of ringworm in your dog are showing, you must act immediately so that it does not spread to the rest of your dog and your other pets. Spray the affected area with Banixx Pet Care and continue spraying 3-4 times daily because this is a fungus and it multiplies rapidly via invisible spores.. You will also need to wash all of your dog’s bedding in a bleach solution. Your dog is more susceptible to contracting ringworm due to an outing to public places like dog parks, boarding kennels, the groomer, and dog-friendly stores. Being vigilant and checking your dog regularly for signs of ringworm will help to avoid this annoying, prolific fungus problem.

DOG RINGWORM PICTURES IN THE EARLY STAGES.

How to get rid of and treat ringworm in dogs?

  • 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. From beginning to end, Ringworm treatment may last as long as 2-3 weeks, so, be patient, it’s not a quick fix.
  • Dispose of the gloves to prevent the spread of infection. Note: Because ringworm in dogs is so contagious, it is of utmost importance to treat your dog’s entire environment. Read on for suggestions on how to do this.
  • Wash his bedding and grooming brushes in a bleach solution and spray his environment with a dog-friendly product (such as apple cider vinegar or baking soda) to destroy ringworm fungal spores. Note — Lysol is not recommended for use around dogs.
  • Since a ringworm infection results in total hair loss, obvious signs of healing (in terms of hair re-growth) may not be visible for 2-3 weeks. Click here to find a store near you that carries Banixx or buy Banixx online.

Ringworm in Dogs — Photo courtesy of DogChat

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DOG RINGWORM PICTURE — PHOTO COURTESY OF DOGCHAT

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Dog ringworm is extremely contagious.

  • Treatment of your dog's ringworm must be combined with the disinfection of his entire environment, which is essential for a successful, quicker outcome.
  • You can disinfect your dog's environment with a dog-friendly cleanser such as Isopropyl alcohol, vinegar or baking soda. (Lysol is not a dog-friendly solution, so please avoid it).
  • Bedding must also be washed with bleach or similar product.

Please read on to learn about ringworm on dogs,cats, horses and cattle, where it comes from and what precautions/preventive measures to use.

DOG RINGWORM PICTURE — PHOTO COURTESY OF DOGCHAT

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DOG RINGWORM PICTURES IN THE EARLY STAGES.

Ringworm in Dogs — Photo courtesy of DogChat

http://www.dogchatforum.com/ringworm-in-dogs.htm

Customers 5-star Comments Saying
Banixx is the Best Treatment for Ringworm
“Have a Mini-Schnauzer with several skin ailments from itchy bumps to yeast that looks like ringworm, not to mention his grain/potato allergies. After hundreds of hours of research, I found this Banixx 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.”Customer 5 Star Testimonial from Teresa via Amazon

“This helped the ringworm that my dog was suffering from. Will order again if needed.”Amazon Customer 5 Star Review by Barbara regarding Banixx Medicated Shampoo & Ringworm
“This (shampoo) is a must-have for dogs with skin conditions. Great for yeast and soothes the skin. Works to heal skin. 8 washes in one bottle if used as directed.”By Amazon Customer - 5 Star Review

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