How to clean a dog wound
So Fifi or Fido has picked up a fresh injury and you’re not sure how to go about the next steps? Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered. Check out our infographic below on how to clean a dog wound, or check out our full article linked below to learn even more.
Consult your local veterinarian if these instances occur:
- Bites from other animals. You may be able to clean the surface of a bite wound, but bacteria from the animal’s teeth is likely to get deeper than you’re able to reach. Consult a vet to be on the safe side.
- Injury to the chest or stomach area. Serious injuries like internal bleeding often don’t look life-threatening. In cases like these, always be sure to take Fido to the vet for a thorough check-up.
- When you aren’t sure how a puncture wound occurred. Although it might not look like much, a wound from a rusted nail can lead to serious problems.
Hopefully our easy to read guide has equipped you with the basic knowledge on how to take care of a wound. For more in-depth reading, check out our full-length article here. If you need to stock up on an antimicrobial solution, order some here.