Ivermectin Tag

Posted On November 7, 2017By straysadminIn Vet Advice

VOSD Dog Care™ Best Practice: Treating Maggot Wounds

The bad thing about maggot wounds is that they are surprisingly common. Unfortunately, any number of ‘home’ treatments complicate situations for dogs whereas actual treatment is straightforward and most of the time requires no hospitalization. The good thing is the maggots also keep the wound asceptic. The tissue has no bacterial load and it heals VERY FAST. All you need to do is kill the maggots, prevent recurrence and do not damage the tissue. Further action Know more about treating maggots on http://www.vosd.in/expert-advice/ If you need any further information aboutRead More
Ivermectin is wrongly used 99% of the time including by vets. It is reno-toxic too. It’s oral/injectible use is only in the case of mange, however, both sarcoptic and demodectic mange are far less common than other skin diseases. When to use Ivermectin? Know more about Ivermectin use and managing the skin issues of your dog on http://www.vosd.in/expert-advice/ if you still have a query unresolved simply ask us a question by writing to us at info@strays.in We make dogs happy! Further action Know more about skin diseases in dogs onRead More