What should I do if my dog gets interdigital inflammation?
Dogs with interdigital inflammation can be treated with drugs containing macrolide antibiotics. Common causes of interdigital inflammation in dogs include bacterial infections and fungal infections. If antibiotics are not effective, it is recommended that the owner consult a veterinarian in time.
After discovering that the dog has interdigital inflammation, the first thing the owners need to do is to remove some pustules that appear in this position, and then to perform some related disinfection and the like. You can use related drugs. Of course, they must be cleared. Thoroughly clean up the wound, get rid of all the dirt inside, and then apply the ointment repeatedly, so that the infection can be effectively controlled.