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Itchy Skin Solutions
If you have a dog with dry, itchy skin, allergies or who is constantly scratching it can be very frustrating. All that scratching makes you both uncomfortable. We have a complete collection of all natural products that attack the problem from all sides. Start with our excellent colloidal oatmeal shampoo and conditioner combination and then use our targeted anti itch spray to get a handle on the problem. Your dog will be sleeping comfortably in no time.
All natural products for itchy, scratchy and allergic dogs
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Comfy Dog Colloidal Oatmeal Shampoo
Fur Butter Ultra Risch conditioner
Itchin for Relief Targeted anti itch spray
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Why does my dog constantly lick his paws?

Does your dog lick or chew his paws constantly? If so, then more than likely this behavior is already driving you insane. Although all dogs lick themselves as normal grooming behavior, excessive licking and chewing indicates an underlying problem. [read more]

Pyoderma in dogs

Pyoderma refers to a bacterial infection of the skin, and is a very common canine condition. It can produce a lot of discomfort for your dog due to the intense itching that it causes. As a result, he may further traumatize the affected skin ultimately leading to a snowball effect with worsening of the original skin condition. [read more]

Can simply brushing my dog help his itching?

Who knew that something so simple and basic as brushing your dog's coat could help to control and eliminate itchy and irritated skin. [read more]

Can allergy shots help my itchy dog?

Allergies are some of the most common causes of itching and scratching in dogs. One way in which they can be managed is with canine allergy shots. They are effective in reducing skin irritation and itching in up to 80% of allergic dogs. [read more]

What to do about demodectic mange

Mange is the term for skin disease due to mite infestation, and there are two different forms of this condition in dogs, caused by different mite species. One of these is demodectic mange (or demodecosis). [read more]

Why is my dog so itchy and what can I do about it?

All of your dog's uncontrollable itching and scratching can be frustrating. You may have heard that allergies are the most common reason for the constant scratching, but there are many other reasons why your dog may be scratching. [read more]

Seven things you can do right now to help your dog's itchy skin

When your dog is itchy, it's distressing for both of you. Wouldn't it be great if there was something you could do to give him instant relief? Well, you'll be happy to hear that there is. [read more]

Is your dog's licking and scratching at night driving you insane?

Your dog is itchy, and you can hear him scratching at himself. In the quiet of the night, it's the only sound you can hear, and it's so loud! There's no way you'll get to sleep while he's constantly licking his skin and paws. [read more]

Try shampoo therapy to help your dog's itchy skin

There is a common misconception that you shouldn't bathe your dogs very often and that doing so can make skin conditions worse. Most veterinarians treat skin disease through a combination of steroids and antibiotics. But if you're like me, you want to stay away from harsh drugs and try all natural courses of action first. [read more]

What are those itchy bumps on my dog's skin?

It's quite common for dogs to suffer from red, irritated itchy bumps on the skin, They can be very distressing for both dog and owner and if not treated they can easily become infected. There are two common causes; allergies and parasites. [read more]

Does your dog have contact allergies?

Just like people, dogs can suffer from contact allergies, where they react to something that touches their skin. The initial allergic reaction in the skin doesn't last long, but it lasts long enough to cause severe itching. [read more]
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