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Wednesday 18th of October 2017



Sporotrichosis


General information on Sporotrichosis

Sporotrichosis is a fungal infection that can affect dogs. This fungus is found in soil and organic debris. This is most commonly seen in outdoor and hunting dogs.


Symptoms of Sporotrichosis

The most common symptoms for sporotrichosis are small raised nodules on the head, ears, and body. The nodules may become open, draining sores.

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Treatments for Sporotrichosis

The treatment for sporotrichosis is usually treated with oral potassium iodide. Treatment usually lasts 4 to 8 weeks.




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