A person bitten by a dog often can treat the bite at home but should seek medical care if the dog is unknown and if the bite is deep, seems infected or continues bleeding, according to WebMD. Report a bite from an unknow... More »

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Treatment for a dog bitten by a venomous snake varies based on the type of snake and the location of the bite. If the snake is not venomous, the wound is treated as any other puncture wound with antibiotics, anti-inflamm... More »

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To treat a tick bite on a dog, remove the tick, and apply rubbing alcohol to the bite. The dog should be examined by a veterinarian if the bite becomes inflamed or if the animal becomes ill after being bitten. More »

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Red fire ant bites are typically red and appear similar to hives, according to WebMD. Due to the sting, the bites itch and burn. Some bites can fill with pus and become painful to the touch. More »

If you receive a dog bite, first treat the wound with basic first aid, and then seek professional medical attention, according to WebMD. If the wound is actively bleeding, apply gentle pressure with a clean cloth, and ke... More »

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According to Real Simple, fly bites, including deer and horsefly bites, can be treated by washing the bite with soap and water and applying an ice compress to the bite for 15 minutes several times a day. Deer and horsefl... More »

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Within hours, brown recluse spider bites may cause severe pain and swelling, blisters with a red ring and blue center, itchy rashes, ulcerations or pimple-like contusions with green or yellow pus, advises Drugs.com. Othe... More »

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