Dog Wounds From Chewing or Scratching
Q: How do I treat a dog wound caused by my dog licking and chewing her skin and paw?
A dog wound of this type which is self inflicted is caused by a skin infection. Vet Organics makes a product specifically for this type of dog wound.
These types of dog wounds are extremely common and dealing with them is simple and routine. Every year 1000’s of dog owners solve their dog wound problems with EcoSpot™. EcoSpot is a one-step natural solution and is natural, safe, effective and fully guaranteed to work.
If your dog wound is caused by excessive itching, chewing or licking, you have two options:
1. Take him to the vet for professional treatment; or
2. Treat it yourself at home in under a minute.
If you’re like us and you are leaning towards Option 2, you have stumbled upon the right product because EcoSpot works quickly and gently and is extremely cost effective and easy to use. Our touchless formula means that all you have to do is spray it on your dogs wound a couple of times per day.
By formulating EcoSpot with powerful natural ingredients–with each ingredient targeting different types of infections–we have created a product which is effective on the vast majority of dog wound and hot spot issues. EcoEars also lowers the pH of the affected area slightly which makes the skin environment less susceptible to recurring infections.
When you use EcoSpot, you’ll notice your dog;s wound symptoms begin to improve in 1-2 days as healing begins. (You should always continue treatment until the wound closes.) Will it work? It is extremely likely. If it doesn’t, we offer a 100% money-back guarantee.
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Craig is a lifelong pet owner and dog advocate with a special interest in animal and human longevity. He founded Vet Organics to develop an affordable, all-natural, safe and effective ear infection remedy for his dog, Lucy, whose chronic ear problems could not be solved by the vet.