Apple cider vinegar has been used for centuries as a medicinal folk remedy and people are learning today about its dog friendly benefits. Due to its detoxifying properties, another benefit is its effect on a dog's skin and coat since it is anti-bacterial,
Does your dog have itchy skin? Recurrent hot spots or gunky ears? Does she lick and chew at her feet? Not all skin issues are caused by allergies and in many cases, the cause of your dog's itchy skin can be found in her gut. ~~Itchy skin from vaccines.
3 Simple Ways Apple Cider Vinegar Can Help Your Dog (itchy dog) When you have a dog suffering from itchy skin or ears, you’ll do just about anything to help. And the more things we try, the more we buy… and things start …
Use Epsom Salts for Dog's Itchy Skin. put a handful of Epsom salts to the bath water, making the last rinse another one with salts in it. Listerine Itch Spray for Dogs Does your dog itch and make their skin so raw? mixed the fo
The "dog-health-handbook" website notes that “Allergies are the most common reason for itchy dog skin.” The most common allergies are dog atopy, hypersensitivity and dog food allergies. Dog atopy is a seasonal allergy and is usually attributed to grasses,
Got A Stinky Dog? This DIY Dry Dog Shampoo Can Help
Kol's Note: I think we've all dealt with smelly dogs. I totally admit that in the winter, the Felix smells like a foot pretty much all the time. You can't bath your dogs every week. It would be a total time suck, plus it's not very good for their skin.
1 cup oatmeal cup baking soda 1 quart warm water In a food processor or coffee grinder, grind oatmeal until it’s a flour. Pour it into a bowl, and stir in the baking soda. Add the warm water and stir until well incorporated.