Your dog is still itchy? Might be time to look at the food you are feeding them!
Feeding your dog a low quality diet results in your dog not getting the essential nutrients that make their skin healthy and their coat shiny. As a result, your dog may have itchy, red, or flaky skin.
There are as many options on dog food as there are dog breed (maybe more)~ Many people now choose to feed their dog a raw food diet so they can have ultimate control over the quality of the ingredients.
It all comes down to quality ingredients and making choices that are right for you, your dog, and your wallet.
Here are two great references for selecting a dog food:
Of course, you can feed them a raw diet at home and buy the ingredients at your local grocery when you buy your own groceries! Whatever you decide to do, focus on the ingredients as they have a direct impact on the health of your fur baby!
In Part 3 (coming up next week) we'll look at how allergies may be causing your dog dry and itchy skin!
What does bioaccumulation mean? We've learned this word the hard way, by losing our dogs to disease.
Let us give you the single tip you need for you and your dog to live a safe and non-toxic life.
If you've researched vaccinosis, it probably led you to titering.
A titer is a laboratory test that measures the amount of antibodies in the blood. It may sound complex but it isn't. We break it down for you by explaining what titering is, why you MUST do it, and review the recommended core vaccination schedule for dogs.
Vaccinosis is a set of adverse reactions or events occurring within minutes, days, months, or years after receiving a vaccination.
Vaccinosis isn't "holistic hype" or something you should ignore.
Learn what vaccinosis is now, before your dog has an adverse reaction to annual vaccines or before long term damage to your dog's immune system has occurred.