Did you know that skin issues or problems in pets are a common problem? It can be one of the most frustrating issues that many pet owners have to deal with. While there is a lot of information about managing various skin issues with our pets, the mild ones actually have simple remedies many dog owners can perform themselves. Let’s say you see a small cut or scratch on your pet dog. Can you apply some sort of ointment to treat it and help your pet feel better? Just like people, dogs also need the same first-aid treatment.
For almost everyone, the easiest and most common method for treating wounds or scratches is by applying antibiotics or ointments on the skin. A common treatment is often referred to as Neosporin. But as a pet owner, are you also wondering if you can apply it on your dog? You are not alone. Many pet owners have the same question. Can Neosporin be used to treat minor scratches, prevent infection and protect the affected area? The answer is that Neosporin is generally safe to use if the injuries are minor, but you can also consult your veterinarian first if you aren’t sure about what to do.