Dog Hot Spots: Natural Remedy

Does your Dog suffer from Hot Spots? Are you searching for a Natural Remedy for your dog's hot spots?

What are Hot Spots on a dog? Hot spots are specific areas or patches that your dog is preoccupied with: chewing, biting, and scratching, digging and extreme itching is a definite sign your dog has a hot spot. Often these hot spot areas will have inflamed red and/or broken, scratched, scabbed or bleeding skin and hair loss is common due to the dog constant attention to these itchy spots.

Have you tried Natural Dermacton to help heal your dogs hot spots? Dermacton is an affordable treatment for a wide variety of dog skin conditions. It soothes the itch and conditions the skin to promote skin health and healing.

Many of our customers have had major success using the entire line of natural Dermacton products in chronic hot spot treatment. 
The Dermacton Cream is fantastic for direct application when the dogs skin can be seen that is inflamed, red, broken and/or scratched. The Dermacton Spray is wonderful for the itchy and irritated areas around the hot spot that are still covered by hair, since it will penetrate to the skin as you pull the coat back and apply. And... the Dermacton Soap Bar is the ONLY shampoo we use on all of our dogs and it contains NO harsh detergents - and NO sudsing chemicals that can be harsh on the skin. And, once your dogs hot spots have healed, we use the soap bar to keep skin conditions at bay. PLUS, the Dermacton shampoo bar leaves your dog smelling wonderful! Easy to use, too. Get 'em wet and run the bar over the coat to suds them up. Let the suds penetrate for at least 5 minutes before rinsing. Save the bar in a ziploc bag for the next dog bath. AND - your Dermacton product purchases come with a money back guarantee.

See some of the healing pictures below of dog hot spots our customers have sent us! You can read more Dermacton reviews and see photos of dogs with hot spots (and other itchy skin conditions) here at Equinat-USA.com.







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