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Question from Gladys Melgar

I am worried about my dog he is itching all the time and rolling onhis back I bathing him with Oatmeal shampoo and his skin look very clean. I wondering what this about and wath can I do. thanks a lot

Our Vet Says:

The itching has a few causes: flea allergy, diet or atopic dermatitis. My advice is to treat your pet for fleas every month and also change the food to a diet for sensitive skin and give vitamins for hair and skin for 10-14 days every month. Don’t give him more than two baths per month; if you don’t see any improvement after 6 weeks, it is better to see your vet. I hope this information will help you to resolve your dog’s problem. 




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My Maddy is 6 years old and a HUGE girl -170 lbs. and the sweetest girl in my world! Trouble is... She is miserable with the itching. I been to the vet and tried changing her food to no beef, chicken, or pork. I also had her on allergy pills that cost $140 a month. I simply can’t afford that plus the expensive dog food, plus continuous yard treatments, etc. can you recommend a flea pill that is affordable? She is also on prion for incontinence. Will it affect that medication too? Thank ...?

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