Has your dog got eczema? The poor thing will be scratching and itching and may even loose hair as a result. If your faithful companion has dog eczema then Jungle Brolly Hand Shield will help stop your dog from suffering.
Canine eczema is a persistent skin disease in dogs leading to increased sensitivity to skin irritation. Dog eczema is usually a result of sudden variations in temperatures and climatic conditions, much like eczema in people.
The symptoms of dog eczema has two stages: dry eczema and wet eczema.
The first phase of dog eczema begins with noticeable hair loss. Your dog isn’t likely to shed hair all over the place but will lose hair on various areas of their body. A close inspection will reveal that their skin is dry compared to skin where there’s no baldness. You may also notice that the dog is irritated by these bald spots, constantly scratching or licking them.
When dog eczema reaches the wet phase, the dog’s skin rashes become much more serious. It is important to watch out for warning signs of dog eczema as early identification and treatment may prevent eczema from developing to the second stage.
During the wet phase, the dog’s eczema is more obvious because of your dog’s continual scratching, and licking. Your dog’s skin rashes may eventually develop into wounds. These breakouts will often bleed.
Managing Dog Eczema
Overall management of dog eczema requires treatment, maintenance, and prevention.
Anti-bacterial and anti-fungal lotion maybe required in extreme cases.
Most eczema treatments are designed for humans so use on your dog is not ideal, but recently some dog owners have reported successful results after applying our natural barrier cream HandShield.
One of many unique attributes of HandShield is it is water-proof for 4-6 hours which is helpful when dealing with a dog.
Applying Hand Shield to your dog a few times each day will protect the skin and give it the opportunity to heal naturally.