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Posted on: 7:52:37 PM 1/22/2010

I don't think treating symptoms is ever as good as treating the problem. What I have found is that many itchy skin issues are actually zinc deficiencies or a lack of other nutrients. Find a good supplement to add to your dog food. Make sure your d...

Posted on: 5:31:52 PM 5/28/2009

I meant to put a link in the post above. Sorry.


Posted on: 5:29:22 PM 5/28/2009

After dealing with allergies for a lifetime, after pills, creams and shampoos...even steroids...I did some pretty detailed research on the subject. And, what I found out is that many allergies can be linked to an immune system problem. To make a lo...

Posted on: 5:19:41 PM 5/28/2009

Yes, Dinovite can help! I also have a Rat Terrier and she is shiny, smells GREAT...has no skin, coat issues and doesn't shed AT ALL! She's smooth and shiny and hea...

Posted on: 2:09:30 PM 5/26/2009

I find that cats are very sensitive to change in ownership. Any stress causes physical stress as well.

I recommend feeding a meat diet, skip the commercial food that is filled with things this cat doesn't need. If he's eating very little...

Posted on: 2:01:01 PM 5/26/2009

I agree with the poster...try another diet, slowly. Don't go by what the food manufacturer states but look at the ingredients instead. You may even consider a raw diet for a short time to see if it's the food.

Also, I also use dinovite but...

Posted on: 1:55:38 PM 5/26/2009

Sometimes when skin turns black or dark gray it's referred to as elephant skin. This is not normal. It is usually a sign of a deficiency. And, it usually comes about in conjunction with other skin issues, excessive shedding, baldness, itching, etc...

Posted on: 1:39:07 PM 5/26/2009

I am a natural remedy junkie. This can be good and at times, this can be frustrating! I wanted to share a few things that have worked well this spring for me and my multi-pet home.

First, did you know that peppermint essential oil is a n...

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