•Hypoallergenic Dog Food - The Best Way To Handle Dog Allergies|
A great rule of thumb when purchasing dog food is that it should be allergen-free. This is basically referred to as a hypoallergenic dog food. Allergens are particles best avoided because they can interrupt your pet's digestive process, resulting in diarrhea and vomiting. Also, food allergens can lead to sneezing and intolerable dog itching, with the consequence of hair loss. Therefore, a dog owner has to be aware when their pet is exhibiting these symptoms and when to shift to a high-quality...
•Dog Itchy Skin and Dog Gas: Is There a Connection?
Is your dog's itchy skin driving you crazy with the constant scratching? Does your dog have gas that can clear a room too? Have you ever thought there might be a connection between the non-stop scratching and foul odors filling your home?
Dog gas is essentially your dog eliminating toxins from his body. When the digestive system is unable to process and utilize nutrients, noxious gas is the result. Another result of your dog's inability to process these nutrients is poor nutrition, which is a...
•Dog Have Itchy Skin? Improper Nutrition Could Be The Cause
Does your dog scratch all the time? Does he go on and on scratching? If you're like most people, it probably drives you crazy - not to mention your poor dog. You look your dog over - no fleas to be found. So then why won't the scratching stop?
One common answer for your dog's itchy skin is food allergies -- your dog is reacting to a certain ingredient in his dog food. Another common answer is psychological -- your dog has issues (nervousness, hyperactivity, anxiety). However, one area that...
•How To Stop Dog Itching Naturally
The best way to stop dog itching is to treat the problem from the inside out. The main reason for dog itchy skin is improper nutrition. Without proper nutrition, your dog's immune system becomes frazzled and overly sensitive.
And the best way to improve nutrition to stop dog itchy skin is to provide your dog with an all-natural diet. This can be achieved in two ways.
1. Make homemade dog food
2. Use an all-natural kibble and add fresh, quality ingredients.
Either option is not all that...