A:Most topical flea and tick treatments recommend waiting 24-36 hours after the product is applied before bathing with any shampoo. Check the label of your flea treatment for re-application requirements specific to your preferred brand, or discuss flea and tick control options with your vet if weekly bathing is required.
A:Skin conditions are the second most common reason for pets to visit the veterinarian. Although most skin problems are not emergencies, it is important to get an accurate diagnosis from your vet so the condition can be fully treated. Scabbing, bleeding, oozing, rashes or focal hair loss of any duration are not normal. Any itching (scratching, licking, chewing, rubbing, scooting or shaking the head) redness or discoloration, skin thickening, bumps, hair loss or unpleasant smell that lasts for more than a few days, recurs frequently, or cause your dog to break the skin, should be seen by a vet right away. AdVet Hygienics is a part of the full therapeutic toolbox your vet may recommend.
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