Round Rings of Inflammation on Dogs
My dogs keep getting these round rings of inflammation. All 3 of my dogs have had them. They are all Pit Bulls. 1 is deceased now. My Vet gave me Genesis spray and I used it accordingly. It takes it away but then a few weeks later they reappear. They get them in the groin, stomach and inner thigh areas.
I ran out of Genesis Spray and am now using Hydrocortisone for pets... It takes it away only for it to come back in a few weeks. I am currently changing them over from Zignature Lamb to a mix of Stella and Chewy's raw frozen turkey mixed with some Honest Kitchen Embark and still adding the Zignature until they are weened off. I have tried everything else and can't figure out a cause. My vet has no answers either. Sometimes I think maybe it starts from a cut or scratch as they love to wrestle, but I think it's too often. I do not use carpet treatments and I only use hypoallergenic laundry soaps and shampoos as I have very bad allergies and sensitivities as well.
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