What are hot spots?
Also known as Summer Sores or Moist Dermatitis, hot spots are red and inflamed areas of irritation on your dog’s skin. They can be caused by a number of things such as an allergic reaction, insect bites, poor grooming and ear or skin infections, but are usually made worse from repetitive licking, biting and scratching in the area. When this happens, bacteria can get in and a hot spot develops. As bacteria thrives in hot and moist environments, your dog is more likely to get hot spots when spending time out in the rain, after swimming or in humid weather. If your dog is not properly groomed and has tangled and matted fur, this can also make hot spots worse.
So how can you deal with hot spots on your dog? If it is serious, then a visit to your vet may help. You can also care for them at home by keeping the area clean by carefully washing and using products that can help to protect the area from bacteria. Make sure to avoid harsh chemicals when dealing with hot spots as this can hurt your furry friend and cause them pain. Instead, try something natural that works to protect as well as soothe the area to speed up their natural healing processes.
Dog Hot Spot Spray key ingredients
Animigo’s Dog Hot Spot Spray has been specifically designed to be easy to use and to simplify the process of dealing with dog hot spots. To use, spray directly onto the hot spot from around 4-6 inches away. Repeat twice a day or until the irritation is under control. Only use on a dry coat and on the affected area. Avoid contact with eyes and do not rinse off.
Purified Water, Melaleuca Alternifolia (Tea Tree) Oil, Aloe Barbadensis (Aloe Vera) Leaf Extract, Matricaria Chamomilla (Chamomile) Extract, Polysorbate 20, Vegetable Glycerin, Potassium Sorbate, Green Colour from Chlorophyll.
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Really easy to use, very happy with this spray
My dog gets hot spots in the summer and my vet prescribed him a spray but it was so expensive that when he got them again I used this and it’s just as good but half the price