Hot Spot dermatitis in dogs

It was once defined as humid eczema. It's a bacterial infection, usually very superficial, whose origins are linked to auto traumatism on the part of the dog, and at the same time for a localized itch. Individual wounds are generally complications created after bites from fleas and other external parasites, allergic problems, foreign bodies in the skin, small wounds and irritating substances.
If it's a recurring problem then the most traumatic wounds can be traced to an underlying allergy: dermatitis allergy to fleas, food allergies, atopic dermatitis.

The breeds that are most affected are those with a lot of undercoat. TERRANOVA, Saint Bernard, Chow-Chow, German Shepherd...




Hypermixvet®aims to be a product for topical alternative use in the clinical practice of treating the "HOT SPOT" pyoderma in dogs, and sure enough, by applying it locally once a day, it has proven to effectively control and heal all behavioral local manifestations that characterize the disease in a reduced time frame without having to associate any systemic, antibiotic and/or cortisone therapy.


APPLY Hypermixvet® topically with the oily formulation at least once a day until full reepithelisation of the wound has occurred.

Avoid lapping the wound in the half hour after applying wound dressing. It's not necessary to prevent scratching or biting of the wound for the rest of and for the entire duration of the therapy.
At the veterinarian's discretion, systemic antibiotic therapy shall be administered.


In the following 24 hours after the start of treatment, the classic frantic-compulsive scratching behavior will disappear and all wounds will show a marked reduction in perilesional inflammatory halo.

Areas concerned with regards to disepithelisation and erosion of the top layer of the dermis show progressive resolution of the inflammatory phase favoring that of granulation, with progressive control of exudation, within 5+2 days and complete reepithelisation of the surface within 14+3 days from the start of treatment.

Resurgence of hair covering occurs starting on the third week.
Daily application is always easy due to a lack of any painful reaction.
Therapy will be suspended upon complete reepithelisation of the wound (14+3 days from the start of treatment).
There have been no documented cases of adverse local or general reactions.