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natural flea remedies:  - brewer's yeast in their food (every day);  - garlic tablets in their food;  - spray with vinegar (1cup to 4,5l of water);  - soapy bath every week - leave soap on for a couple of minutes (if you can!!);  - wash bedding every week on hot cycle and add vinegar;  - borax for the yard and bedding, but rub it in cause it can irritate lungs;  - brush frequently

natural flea remedies: - brewer's yeast in their food (every day); - garlic tablets in their food; - spray with vinegar (1cup to 4,5l of water); - soapy bath every week - leave soap on for a couple of minutes (if you can!!); - wash bedding every week on hot cycle and add vinegar; - borax for the yard and bedding, but rub it in cause it can irritate lungs; - brush frequently

There is no escaping the jingling of his tags or, eventually, the infected skin that happens when a dog can't stop scratching. Here's what you need to know.

There is no escaping the jingling of his tags or, eventually, the infected skin that happens when a dog can't stop scratching. Here's what you need to know.

Some people believe adding olive oil to a dog's food will help skin issues. But Dr. Marty Becker recommends you hold off on that until you see a vet. Here's why.

Some people believe adding olive oil to a dog's food will help skin issues. But Dr. Marty Becker recommends you hold off on that until you see a vet. Here's why.

from a few hours to a few days. After the bath, pat the dog with a towel. Do not rub the skin, as this will only increase the dog's itch. Do not use a hair dryer on a heat setting. A cool (no-heat) setting would be okay. Heat and rubbing the dog’s skin will increase your dog’s itch, making the bath ineffective.

from a few hours to a few days. After the bath, pat the dog with a towel. Do not rub the skin, as this will only increase the dog's itch. Do not use a hair dryer on a heat setting. A cool (no-heat) setting would be okay. Heat and rubbing the dog’s skin will increase your dog’s itch, making the bath ineffective.

The "dog-health-handbook" website notes that “Allergies are the most common reason for itchy dog skin.” The most common allergies are dog atopy, hypersensitivity and dog food allergies. Dog atopy is a seasonal allergy and is usually attributed to grasses, fungal spores and pollens. Hypersensitivity can be a genetic or a...

Homemade Itch Relief for Dogs

The "dog-health-handbook" website notes that “Allergies are the most common reason for itchy dog skin.” The most common allergies are dog atopy, hypersensitivity and dog food allergies. Dog atopy is a seasonal allergy and is usually attributed to grasses, fungal spores and pollens. Hypersensitivity can be a genetic or a...

This Is Why Your Dog Is Always Licking Something

This Is Why Your Dog Is Always Licking Something

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DIY First Aid Kits For Dogs,  © Alice G Patterson Photography

DIY First Aid Kit For Dogs

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