As pet owners, we hate seeing our precious pets hurt or see them suffer in any way. Fauna Care understands the love that we have for pets. We have ways of taking care of your fur baby with easy-to-use products for a variety of ailments they might have.
Fauna Care treats:
- Burns and Cuts
Contrary to popular belief, ringworm isn’t caused by a worm. It is actually a fungal infection in the top layers of the skin.
The signs of ringworm are:
- Dandruff-like scaling in the depths of the coat
- Red lesions on the head, chest, forelegs and ridge of the back
- Crusting and thickening of the skin
- Circular patches of hair loss
If your pet has ringworm, try Fauna Care’s Anti-Fungal Spray. It is safe and easy to use.
Hotspots are basically the chub rub for animals...but only a lot worse. It happens when your pet constantly scratches, bites or chews a certain spot. As the pet continues to scratch and irritate it, another infection can occur on top of it. This happens because the pet’s hair retains moisture which allows the infection to develop. Be aware, hotspots develop quickly and can get worse even faster.
What to do:
- Try to find the underlying cause of the hotspot
- Then apply Fauna Care’s Silver Spray to help comfort your pet during this painful time.
- Go see a vet for further assistance because your loved one may need an antibiotic.
This is the most common skin reaction in dogs. It is typically a seasonal reaction or an allergic reaction to a certain pollen. Keep in mind, dogs can get allergic reactions from medicine and foods. So look for rashes around the ears, wrists, ankles, muzzles, and eyes. Fauna’s Silver Spray can be used to treat this as well.
Burns and Cuts
This is the ultimate basic first aid for pets. Pets get into little mishaps all the time and Fauna Care’s First Aid spray can help those accidents. It is a spray that will not burn or irritate your pet’s skin in any way.
Fauna Care is the place to go for genuine pet care without worrying about harming your pet. We love our pets dearly and help pet owners bend over backwards to make sure their lovely fur babies are taken care of. Make sure to see a vet to get further guidance on the best way to take care of your pet.