How to treat lichen in cats: methods of official and folk veterinary medicine
The fight against dermatophytosis is a long and expensive affair,at the same time, all members of the family are at risk. Therefore, earlier it was believed that this disease - a testimony to the lulling of the animal. Now the situation has changed, and the question of how they treat lichen in cats, there are many different answers.
Veterinarians vaccinate the mustached-stripedpatient than treating the deprivation of a cat from within her body. Unlike most vaccines, the use of "Vakderm", "Polivac", "Mycoderm", etc., makes sense after the development of the disease. However, disputes about the benefits and harms of such therapy in the circles of veterinarians do not subside, besides, modern varieties of lichen are often already resistant to it. Producers, of course, assure that the effectiveness of their drugs is proven, and no harm from vaccines, but breeders of cats increasingly prefer to treat their pets by other methods.
Treatment of generalized lichen
Severe skin damage is called"generalized" form of microsporia or trichophytosis. It develops in weakened animals or is a consequence of inaccuracies in care. In this case spots-bald spots grow, merge with each other, secondary infection can be attached. What is the treatment for cats in such a situation? Firstly, antifungal agents are prescribed inside: "Nizoral", "Klotrimazol", "Grizeovulfin" or others on the recommendation of a veterinarian. Secondly, hepatoprotectors are often added to the treatment regimen to reduce the level of fungicide damage to the liver. Strengthen the immunity help anti-stress drugs "Katozal" or "Gamavit", they are used in the form of injections.
What are the cures for cats, if there is only oneone or more minor lesions? In this case, it may be possible to do without general therapy. It is enough to cut the wool around the infected area of the skin and lubricate the patch with antifungal ointments or solutions. Traditional means are veterinary drugs "Yam" and "Nitrofungin" or "Klotrimazol" and "Nizoral", sold in "human" pharmacies.
For a long time, such a remedy has been used to deprivecats, dogs and people, as ash from the burning of a white paper sheet. It is burned on a plate, ashes are formed and a little yellow oily liquid. It is smeared affected areas. Use in the people and seasoning turmeric, mixing it with water to get an ointment or just sprinkling bald spots.
Whichever method of treatment the hosts choose forhis cat, you can stop therapy only after the Veterinarian has not found any foci of deprivation under Wood's lamp, otherwise the disease can begin anew.