Hot spots, are bacterial infections that can develop when a dog licks or scratches an area on its skin frequently, resulting in moist and irritated skin.
Ringworm is a fungal illness that affects the skin, claws, and fur of dogs. This illness produces scaly skin and circular areas of hair loss, and it can be spread to people.
Mange is a skin condition caused by mites that can cause hair loss, itchiness, and scaly skin. It is classified into two types: demodectic and sarcoptic, with the former being the more prevalent.
Folliculitis is an inflammation of the hair follicles that causes red, inflamed, and pimple-like bumps on the epidermis of dogs. Bacteria, fungus, or parasites can all cause foliculitis.
A yeast buildup on the epidermis of a dog can cause itching, redness, and a musty odour. Yeast diseases are more common in certain types, such as Basset Hounds and Bulldogs.
This is a bacterial infection that causes pimples, scabs, and crusty sores on the epidermis of dogs. Staph infections are frequently secondary illnesses that appear alongside other skin diseases.
A fungus illness characterised by sticky, greasy skin and a musty odour. This infection is prevalent in allergic dogs and can cause itching and inflammation.
It is an inflammatory response that causes itching, redness, and irritation. It is a chronic disease that is caused by allergens in the surroundings, such as pollen, dust mites, and mould.
An allergic reaction to insect attacks or stings in a dog can result in itching, inflamed skin. Certain dogs may also acquire hives, swelling, or respiratory difficulties.
Impetigo is a bacterial illness that is most common in pups and juvenile dogs. It produces pimple-like bumps on the abdomen of puppies and can spread to other parts of the body.