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Total Dog - Skin & Fur (8oz)

Total Dog - Skin & Fur (8oz)
Quantity: 75 scoops
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Total Dog Skin and Fur Treatment is a natural herb remedy formulated to build your dog’s immune system, promote a healthy coat and aid in the healing process of many skin irritations. The bee pollen found in Total Dog Skin and Fur Treatment reduces the presence of histamine, ameliorating many allergies, while aloe acts to reduce inflammation, heal sores, and skin irritation. In addition to reducing inflammation, chia seed and rosemary, boost the immune system and assists in the healing process. Your dog’s skin is an indication of overall health. When a skin problem occurs, your dog may respond with excessive scratching, chewing and/or licking.

A wide range of causes—including external parasites, infections, allergies, metabolic problems and stress, or a combination of these—may be affecting your dog’s skin. It always amazes me how stoic and accepting dogs are while enduring endless severe pruritus, open sores and scabs, skin infections and cancer. Their courage should inspire us to be firm in our determination to meet the challenges of chronic dermatitis.

Symptom include:

• Scratching, licking or chewing at skin
• Scabs
• Redness or inflammation
• Hot spots (one particular area where itching is intense)
• Round, scaly patches on the face and paws
• Dry, flaky or otherwise irritated skin
• Hair loss, bald patches
• Rashes
• Lesions
• Drainage of blood or pus
• Swellings, lumps or skin discoloration
• Rubbing face against furniture or carpeting

Common causes:

• Fleas: Bites and droppings from these pesky insects can irritate your dog’s skin, and some pets can have an allergic response to the saliva following a bite. Some dogs may also be sensitive to flea-treatment products; certain flea collars, for example, may cause redness and irritation around the neck.
• Ringworm: This highly contagious fungal infection can result in inflammation, scaly patches and hair loss. You’ll want to treat it immediately to avoid other pets and people in the household from becoming infected.
• Parasites, such as ear mites and lice
• Seasonal allergies: Your dog’s scratching may be due to her sensitivity to allergens from common substances like pollen, weeds, dust, mites, trees, mold or grasses.
• Food allergies: Many dogs develop allergies to common ingredients in dog foods, such as beef, chicken, wheat, corn or soy. Even fillers and colorings can be seen as foreign by your dog’s immune system and lead to itching and rashes.
• Skin infections: Dogs can develop irritating bacterial or yeast infections when the skin is damaged due to the presence of another skin disorder.
• Sarcoptic mange: This skin disease caused by infection from the Sarcoptes scabei mite results in extreme itching and skin inflammation similar to an allergic response.
• Grooming products: Certain shampoos and grooming products can irritate your dog’s skin. Be sure to only use grooming products that are meant for use on dogs.
• Stress or boredom: A dog may lick her skin (especially her legs) excessively for many reasons. Some lick when not given adequate opportunity for activity or mental stimulation.
• Metabolic or hormonal problems: Several common hormonal problems can cause change in skin color, coat consistency, thickness and distribution.
• Seasonal changes: Many dogs, like people, get dry, flaky skin in the winter

Recommended Daily Dosage:  Less than 25lbs 1/2 scoop (1/2 teaspoon) 26-50lbs 1 scoop ( 1 teaspoon) 51-70lbs 1 1/2 scoops (1 1/2 teaspoons) 71+ lbs 2 scoops ( 2 teaspoons)

Approximately 75 scoops per container

Ingredients: Aloe - Bee Pollen - Chia Seed - Dulse - Rosemary - Sage - Shavegrass

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