Hot Spot Foam - Cooling Aloe Vera


Could you benefit from cooling aloe vera for dogs?

Our Aloe Vera Cooling Foam is the ideal solution if your dog is experiencing skin irritation, itching, or a strong urge to lick a wound. This natural treatment relieves dogs with itchy, irritated, and sensitive skin. Our specially formulated foam, infused with aloe vera, supports natural healing while being completely safe if licked by your dog.

  • Natural Relief: Effective for dogs suffering from skin irritation and sensitivity.
  • Discourages Licking: Bitter-tasting foam deters your dog from licking treated areas.
  • Safe and Gentle: Made with natural ingredients, it's safe for consumption and free from harmful additives.
  • Promotes Healing: Packed with Aloe Vera, it supports a calming, natural healing process.
  • Easy Application: Quietly dispenses to avoid startling your dog during use.

Our Aloe Vera Hot Spot Foam is veterinarian-formulated to quickly relieve itchy, irritated skin and promote healing. Its bitter taste discourages your dog from licking and further aggravates sensitive areas. The quiet, easy-to-apply foam ensures a stress-free experience for you and your pet.


Active ingredients

Witch Hazel, Tea Tree Oil, Aloe Vera Extract, Bittering Agent, Total Active Ingredients.


Polysorbate, Chembetaine, Sodium Benzoate, Citric Acid, Potassium Sorbate and Deionized Water.


Shake well before use. Apply 1 – 3 pumps directly to the affected skin area. Gently pat to distribute with clean hands or a cloth. Use up to three times daily or as needed.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Q. My dog has sore and sensitive skin. Is this safe for use? 

A. This product is safe for all skin types and helps soothe irritation.

Q. Is Hot Spot Foam safe to use in conjunction with other products? 

A. It is safe for other products containing only natural ingredients.

Q. How do I know if Hot Spot Foam is right for my dog? 

A. This product will provide relief if your dog suffers from itchy or irritated skin.

Q. How long does Hot Spot Foam take to work? 

A. As all dogs are different, result times will vary. Sometimes, the powerful ingredients may take a little time to build up in your dog's system, especially if they're suffering. Typically, results can be seen within 48 - 72 hours when applied as directed. 

Q. Can I apply Hot Spot Foam to my puppy? 

A. Hot Spot Foam is suitable for puppies over six weeks old.

Q. Can you use aloe vera on dogs?

A. Aloe vera can be safely applied to a dog's skin, providing soothing relief for irritations and promoting healing. However, preventing your dog from ingesting aloe vera is crucial, as it can be toxic if consumed. Always use aloe vera products formulated for pets and monitor your dog to ensure they do not lick the treated areas. If accidental ingestion occurs, watch for any signs of distress and consult your vet immediately. For topical use, aloe vera is a beneficial treatment for your dog's skin. 

Q. Is it okay if my dog licked aloe vera gel?

A. If your dog licks a small amount of Aloe vera gel, it is generally not a major concern but should be monitored closely. Aloe vera contains compounds like saponins and anthraquinones, which can be toxic when ingested, potentially causing vomiting or diarrhoea. Monitor your dog for any signs of distress or unusual behaviour. Contact your vet immediately if your dog ingests significantly or exhibits symptoms. Always use aloe vera products designed for pets to ensure safety and prevent accidental ingestion.

Q. Is aloe vera good for hot spots on dogs?

A. Yes, aloe vera is effective for treating hot spots on dogs. This natural remedy can be applied topically to soothe and heal itchy, inflamed areas. Aloe vera's anti-inflammatory and cooling properties help to reduce discomfort and promote faster healing of hot spots. It is important to use safe aloe vera gel for pets and to prevent your dog from licking the treated area. Regular application can relieve and support recovery from this common skin issue in dogs. Always consult your vet before starting any new treatment.