Itchy Dog? Here’s a tip you might not have tried.
If you have an itchy, allergic dog, you know that pollens in the plants and grasses around your home exacerbate your pup’s skin issues. Here’s an easy, inexpensive way to quell that skin inflammation you might not have tried.
Try bathing your pet once or twice a week to remove the allergens. Surprised this would help? Frequent bathing relieves the allergic inflammation that leads to constant scratching and skin infections. And, bathing eliminates dander, bacteria, yeast, and loose hair that can contribute to infections and skin issues.
If you bathe your dog at 3 to 4 day intervals, you’ll need to ensure you’re not removing necessary moisture and oils from the skin and hair. Not all shampoos are created equal. Use a colloidal oatmeal shampoo and conditioner to promote healing and to moisturize dry skin.
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