Rashes are a common problem in dogs and can be caused by a variety of factors. Rashes can appear anywhere on a dog's body, but they are most common on the belly, paws, and ears.
Parasites such as fleas, mites, and ticks can also cause rashes in dogs.
Dogs can be allergic to a variety of things, including food, pollen, and environmental allergens. Allergies can cause a variety of skin problems, including rashes.
Fungal infections can also cause rashes in dogs. These infections are most common in warm, humid climates.
The symptoms of a rash will vary depending on the underlying cause. However, some common symptoms include: Redness and swelling of the skin, Discharge from the skin, etc.
To diagnose a rash, your veterinarian will perform a physical examination and ask about your dog's medical history.
Keep your dog's skin clean and dry.