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  • Are Your Dog’s Allergies Out Of Control?

    Allergies and skin and coat problems are the most common health issues our pets face today…but it doesn’t have to be that way. Improve your dog’s quality of life and give them a fighting chance against allergies!

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  • Tired Of Cleaning Up After Your Dog?

    If you’re currently struggling with a dog that has a sensitive stomach – so much that diarrhea and vomiting are the norm in your house, then you’ve come to the right place. Put those cleaning gloves away.

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  • My Dog Acts Like A Puppy Again!

    Watching your dog deteriorate from joint and mobility problems is heart-wrenching to watch. Try the natural, super-effective treatment that has hundreds of pet parents exclaiming, "My dog acts like a puppy again!"

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  • Are Your Dog’s Allergies Out Of Control?

    Allergies and skin and coat problems are the most common health issues our pets face today…but it doesn’t have to be that way. Improve your dog’s quality of life and give them a fighting chance against allergies!

    CLICK HERE FOR ALLERGY RELIEF NOW


Start With What is Troubling Your Pet

A few small changes to your dog’s daily routine can DRASTICALLY reduce the chronic problems your pet is suffering from. Select the symptom or problem that is troubling your family most from the list below:

  • Symptoms
  • Problems
Symptoms of pet dogs
  • Itching and Scratching
    The skin is your dog’s barrier against the outside world and is the largest organ of the body. As such, the body’s fastest way to rid itself of built up toxins is through the skin which can cause dryness, itching, or alternatively, oily skin. By eliminating processed pet foods, grains, and artificial ingredients and switching to a natural, raw, whole food diet, your pet can begin to find relief from these aggravating allergy symptoms.
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  • Constant Chewing and Licking
    When dogs are injured, they tend to lick their wounds. There are natural enzymes and other properties in canine saliva that help speed healing and prevent bacterial growth. But when your dog is constantly licking and chewing her paws, it is a clear indication that something isn’t right. Itchy paws from allergies can force your dog to continuously chew and lick them in hopes of soothing the irritation. Unfortunately, prolonged licking and chewing can create open sores which can lead to bacterial infections. When dogs are injured, they tend to lick their wounds. There are natural eninfections and other more serious problems, despite the natural properties of canine saliva.
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  • Chronic Ear Infections
    Good hygiene dictates that we must keep our ears clean. But when your dog shakes his head a lot and paws at his ears…or has chronic smelly ears and even discharge, there’s most likely something else going on. Many veterinarians believe that chronic ear infections and discharge can be an indication of allergies. While ear drops and antibiotics may help clear it up, the discharge and infections are bound return.
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  • Rashes/Skin Inflammation
    Hot spots appear as a pink (or red) inflamed area of on your dog’s body. They can be itchy, smelly, oozy and painful to the touch. While there are various causes of hot spots, the most common is a dog skin allergy. Left untreated, the hot spot can easily become infected.
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  • Loss of Fur or Balding
    While shedding is normal in many dog breeds, when shedding leads to fur loss and balding, beware! This is generally an indication of a greater problem, the most common being allergies. The main cause of balding due to allergies is chronic itching, scratching, chewing and licking (see bullet points above).
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  • Digestive Upset (Vomiting or Diarrhea)
    Not many people know this but allergies don’t always manifest in the form of a skin and coat issue. Many times, food allergies cause digestive upset – namely vomiting and diarrhea. This is not only hard on the pet parent, it’s painful for your dog. In extreme case, dogs suffering from consistent digestion upset will refuse to eat and fear mealtime, causing dangerous weight loss or dehydration.
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