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Itch, itch, itch, chew,, chew, lick... ouch... bloody spot!

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Zeus

Zewee
 
 
Barked: Fri Nov 18, '11 5:46am PST 
Most itchy starts with vaccinating - lots of people are over vaccinating their pets - you should consider titers(taking the blood which proves system is protected) because vaccines causes kidney and liver failure and cancer -- also raw feeding which keeps the enzymes in their foods unlike any kibble that is processed to death that is not live food - you should add salmon oil to their food to help with the skin/coat -- also steriods cause damaged immune systems so so everything natural that you can -- also putting boots on when the go outside will help eliminate environment allergies, but everything starts on the inside re a healthy pet -- dogs are carnivores, same system as wolves so switch to raw (note: bones do not splinter when not cooked) and stop the dreaded vaccines - most dogs are protected after they get their puppy shots) - only shots that are required are rabies and when you get that shot do the 3 yr rabies and have your dog take vaccinoses something that will help his immunne system
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Member Since
12/27/2012
 
 
Barked: Thu Dec 27, '12 5:28am PST 
I tried Dinovite but my CHow/Lab mix would have nothing to do with it and I had to donate the $65 bin to the local animal shelter. I tried Skineze last month and she has improved 75% so I am increasing dosage. I recommend skineze after years of sleepless nights from her scratching and chewing on herself. She's a happier dog and I am so glad to have found this supplement!
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09/29/2013
 
 
Barked: Sun Sep 29, '13 8:07pm PST 
Snowy will turn 15 in two weeks. He is truly snow white and looks and acts like a puppy. He does not have tear stains either. We do not feed him people food. We feed him prescription food from the vet for bladder stones. Worth a try smile
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