Aardora helps speed boil healing in three ways. First, as a powerful, all-natural antimicrobial dressing, it protects your dog's damaged skin from harmful germs (bacteria and fungus). Second, Aardora's superior moisturizers quickly soothe itching, irritation, redness and swelling to deter scratching of the blistered spot. Lastly, Aardora’s Active Earth Elements™ draw toxins and allergens away from the skin while providing essential mineral nutrients. Guaranteed results with no reported side effects.
About Dog Boils, Causes & Symptoms:
Unfortunately, painful canine boils are quite common. These pus-filled boils, or "furuncles" are deep localized skin infections. At first, a boil will appear as a tender growth, much like a small blister. Over a few days, the boil will get filled with pus. Pus is a thick fluid produced by the body as it fights a bacterial infection. While these white skin cells are attacking the bacteria, they create a hardened lump on the skin. Treatment of the infection will stop the production of pus, which will reduce the skin’s need to swell and create pressure. Consequently, the boil will drain and your dog’s surface discomfort will be eased.
Boils and furuncles have a range of causes, including common bacterial infections, sebaceous cysts, nutritional deficiency or recent exposure to a toxic substance. Additional causes may include mites (intruders on your pet's hair follicles), an imbalanced immune system (a byproduct of stress or other health problems), poor hygiene and/or poor nutrition.
How to Treat a Boil
If you discover that your pet has a boil or furuncle, use a fast-acting and soothing topical cream to relieve the inflammation and redness. A topical (surface) skin protectant, such as Aardora, will also guard the skin against bacteria and keep the affected area clean.
And, of course, treating your dog with an extra dose of TLC (tender loving care) will help him or her to heal more comfortably. Surround your dog with its favorite toys, pillows, etc.
Trying to Prevent Boils:
Although there is no fail-safe way to prevent your pet from developing a boil or bacterial infection, you can discourage future skin irregularities by grooming your dog regularly, and cleaning him or her with an antibacterial wash. Also, try to provide your dog with balanced nutritious meals. Without proper nourishment, a pet's entire body, not just its skin and coat, will be continuously in a state of stress. Many types of dermatological problems can be avoided if your dog is consuming an optimum diet. If you are feeding your dog inexpensive commercial dog food, try upgrading to a meat-filled organic product.