This alert, the whip-smart boy has a dangerously large fungal patch on his back. Fungal infections on the skin aren’t simply uncomfortable, they can become infected and can be the perfect place for flies to lay their eggs and become maggot wounds. This boy was found in a pile of trash. It seems like it’s been a few days and no one has noticed you.
Fortunately, a kind person found him and contacted Animal Aid Unlimited to bring him back for treatment.
In the shelter, the wound care process can begin. The veterinarian accurately diagnosed the condition and prescribe the appropriate treatment.First, clean the affected area and apply antifungal medication to kill the fungus.
As the wound begins to heal, it’s important to monitor the puppy closely and watch for any signs of further infection or complications. This may include checking for signs of maggots or other pests, as well as monitoring the puppy’s behavior and appetite.In addition to medication, it’s also important to keep the wound clean and dry. This may involve daily cleaning and bandaging, as well as keeping the puppy scratching or biting at the affected area.Overall, the wound care process for a puppy with a fungus on his neck can be a challenging and time-consuming process. However, with proper treatment and care, our smart and alert furry friend can make a full recovery and be back to his happy, playful self in no time.they can spread quite fast, this dog may not have been suffering for long before someone noticed it, and they’re so grateful they have a chance to heal his skin and change that look of fear and doubt in his intelligent eyes, to the glow of peace and happiness.
Source: Animal Aid Unlimited