Problem areas as a rule happen on a canine's head, hips or mid-section and this condition is otherwise called intense damp dermatitis. At the point when a pooch licks, scratches or chomps a zone unreasonably this could be an indication that he has problem areas. You will see roundabout injuries that are crude, soggy and aggravated. Problem areas are difficult and to a great degree uncomfortable for your pooch and they can spread in a matter of hours.
To keep your puppy from chafing the aggravation any further you should cut your canine's nails or put booties or socks on his/her back feet.
Treating problem areas involves a two stage process. The primary thing you need to do is keep the sore from turning out to be more aggravated and spreading. Trimming the hair around the sores and applying a sterile and some topical anti-toxins recommended by your vet should is recommended.
Once you've tended to the side effects, it's an ideal opportunity to address the hidden reason for the condition. On the off chance that the problem areas were created by creepy crawly and bug nibbles, then you will need to dispose of the insects. Bug nibbles can likewise bring about ear diseases that prompt problem areas and this will need anti-infection agents to clear up.
Here are a couple of things you can do to lessen the dangers of your pooch creating hot-spots:
- Cut your canine's hair amid the hot season.
- Shower your canine consistently with cured cleanser.
- Use insect avoidance frequently on your canine.
- Clean your canine's ears all the time.