Pet Staph More Likely in Puppies

Pet Staph More Likely in Puppies

Pet Staph More Likely in Puppies

We found some information at the vet’s office the other day and thought you might appreciate knowing about it.  It is about staph infections in puppies.

The onset of puberty will bring with it changing hormones. Just like in a human teenager, you may even see some acne around, and under, the puppy’s chin. This is normal. However, if these bumps break open and bleed, hemorrhage a puss or watery substance, if you see signs of rash on the belly and underside of the ears, redness in the haw of the eyes, bloodshot eyes, or bumps on the coat which will cause the hair to rise, we suggest you consult your veterinarian. This is usually a sign of a staph infection.

We offer safe, effective and non-toxic solutions to treat Staph Infection and get your pet’s health back to full capacity.

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Pet Staph More Likely in Puppies