Suggestions for Skin Care if problems arise*
Cod Liver Oil
Initially 3ml per day until skin stabilises,
1 tsp per week for small dogs in food
1 dstsp per week for large dogs in food
Quarter tsp per week for small dogs in food
1 tsp per week for large dogs in food
Vitamin C with B5
1. Assist in boosting the Immune System
2. Assist Adrenal glands maintain Cortisone output which is the body’s natural anti-inflammatory hormone.
Sulphur Powder – for parasite control in adults
Quarter tspn once per week for small dogs in food
Half tspn once per week for large dogs in food
Many skin problems may be the result of:
1. An allergic reaction to flea bite due to an unstable immune system.
2. A mineral deficiency in the diet.
3. A yeast overload due to an unstable immune system or hormone imbalance.
4. A fungal overload due to an unstable immune system &/or long term wet &/or humid weather.
5. An diet related allergy, eg. red meat, preservatives, etc
You can try withholding certain foods for a week or two then re-introduce them to see if there is a reaction.
A Puppy/Adult biscuit designed for “sensitive skin” may include some or all of the above ingredients.
Try using tuna or sardines instead of meat as a high protein diet can exacerbate
Emphasis should be placed on addressing these issues so that further skin conditions may be avoided. See your Vet if symptoms persist.
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*All information above sourced from Pat Coleby’s “Natural Pet Care” Updated Edition 2009