The season is here and so many dog owners are, yet again, dealing with the itchy skin and hot spots. It seems that it is usually coupled with excessive paw licking and ear infections. How do you give your dog relief without taking him to the vet for more shots, antibiotics, or some other medication that temporarily eases the symptoms?
Easy. Let’s check out these natural solutions for itchy skin below. Use one or more of these suggestions while helping your dog cleanse the bad toxins from his body with our proven and guaranteed Nzymes Antioxidant Treats. Some itchy skin issues may be deeper than a simple surface problem… Click the symptom checker below.
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Baking Soda: Don’t you remember the days when baking soda was what mom used every time we had an itch? It is inexpensive and all you need to do is mix it with a little water and put the paste on the dog’s itchy spots.
Apple Cider Vinegar: Mix a teaspoon or so of this into your pet’s food twice daily for added relief. You can also spray this directly on the itchy spots, but dilute it in a little water if there is an open sore.
Epsom Salt: This is especially helpful for your dog’s itchy feet. Mix this in some cool water and put your dog’s feet in it for 5 to 10 minutes, but make sure he doesn’t drink the water.
Coconut Oil: Coconut oil has been known to work wonders on many pet issues. Applying this topically helps to relieve the itchy skin as well as fight Candida Albicans (since we are actually dealing with a Candida Yeast Infection and probably not allergies). You can also mix a small amount of this into your pet’s food. I have not done this personally, but I have heard that it really helps.
Fish Oil: This is especially helpful for dry skin. Rub some fish oil on those itchy spots and see your dog start to smile.
We love our dogs and want to be sure that they are always happy and healthy. The most attentive dog owners pay very close attention to their dog’s health, seek advice, and dig to the root of any ailments they may have. These natural solutions for itchy skin are a great way to avoid the side-effects of many modern medications. When you have a dog who flares up with seasonal “allergies”, ask yourself Why. Should my dog be this uncomfortable in the spring and summer seasons? Should he break out in hives whenever he goes outside to play?
Seek to find the underlying issue here. 99% of the time the answer is nutrition. Try a healthy approach to helping your dog’s itchy skin….and restore his health from the inside out.
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