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What are Inflammation of the Paws?
Pododermatitis, or the inflammation of the paw and pad, can become painful and debilitating if it is left untreated. The diseases and disorders that can instigate this kind of swelling are many and the treatment plans may vary depending on what the cause of the discomfort is diagnosed as.
Mild cases may have fewer symptoms, although excessive grooming and licking of the paws are relatively standard regardless of the cause of the disorder, however more severe cases may escalate to bleeding, sloughing of paw pads, and reluctance to stand or walk. Swollen feet should be evaluated by a veterinarian to determine the underlying cause.
Inflammation of the paws, also known as pododermatitis, can be quite irritating and often painful to the canine. As pododermatitis has multiple triggers, treatment is usually focussed on the underlying cause of the swollen feet.
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