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Prescription Antifungal for Dogs

Signs and symptoms of a possible fungal infection can include sneezing, pain in nasal area, loss of appetite, swelling in nasal area, vomiting, and fever. Most fungal infections will be too complicated to treat your dog with over the counter anti-fungal sprays, gels, or creams. With veterinary consultation, these products may be used until your pup can be taken to your veterinarian for proper diagnosis. Prescription antifungal medications come in both topical and oral forms, with oral providing the most effective care. Consult with your veterinarian to learn more about the infection and begin treating it properly.

FAQs About Dog Antifungal Medicine

Treatment of fungal infections can vary depending on which infection your pup has contracted. There are several different types of fungal infections and are very different from region to region even across the United States. Fungal infections can infect the skin (most common is ringworm, which is actually a fungus), and mucous membranes but can also impact multiple organs like the liver, lungs and brain. Talk to a trusted veterinarian to find which infection your dog has, and which treatment is best for them.

Some common signs and symptoms of a fungal infection in your dog include sneezing, pain in the nasal area, loss of appetite, long term nasal discharge (may contain blood, mucus or pus), swelling of the nasal area, fever, vomiting, coughing or lameness.

Most fungal infections will be too complicated to be treated with over the counter anti-fungal sprays, gels and creams. After consulting your vet, these products can be used until you can get your pup to your veterinarian and properly treat their infection.