Spray Bacterial Skin Infections In Cats
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Bacterial skin infections in cats, also known as pyoderma, can be caused by either environmental or internal factors. The staph infection is the most common cause of bacterial skin infections.[1] At home, you may be able to diagnose your cat’s symptoms by examining its skin for lesions, pustules, and sores. Your doctor will be able to confirm or disconfirm your diagnosis with examinations, cultures, and blood tests. Treatment depends on the severity of the infection. If it is a mild infection, topical antibiotics and medicated shampoos may be prescribed. If it is more serious, oral antibiotics in addition to topical ones will be prescribed.

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