Dog paw inflammation (pododermatitis) is a common condition that causes pain, redness, swelling, and other problems on the dog's paws.
Allergies to food, environmental allergens, or fleas can cause irritation and inflammation of the dog's paws.
Bacterial, fungal, and yeast infections can also cause dog paw inflammation.
Walking on hot or cold surfaces, sharp objects, or irritating chemicals can also cause dog paw inflammation.
The most common symptom of dog paw inflammation is redness and swelling.
Dogs with dog paw inflammation may also experience pain, especially when walking or standing.
If you think your dog may have dog paw inflammation, it is important to see your veterinarian for a diagnosis and treatment plan.