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Dry or Flaky Skin Causes on Dogs

Dry or Flaky Skin Causes on Dogs

What are some of the causes of Dry or Flaky Skin on Dogs? Sometimes it is as simple as just dry skin on your dog, but other times the causes can be quite serious.  There are many different causes of dry skin.  It's a long list and can be difficult to diagnose.  Here is a list of different causes for dry skin: Black Hair Follicular Dysplasia/Alopecia/Dystrophy This is a rare hereditary disease in dogs with different hair colors.  It's more common in Bearded Collies, Basset Hounds, Salukis, Beagles, Dachshunds, and Pointers.  The Symptoms are loss of dark or black hair...


Colloidal Silver and Skin Care

Colloidal Silver and Skin Care

Colloidal Silver is known to be "the best all-around germ fighter" by research scientists and is essentially a water suspension of ionic silver.  Colloidal silver has been used since the medieval times to help as a bacterial agent that helps heal skin abrasion and burns. In natural skin care colloidal silver makes a safe non-irritating preservative with an added anti-inflammmatory bonujys. The antiseptic and preservative power of Colloidal Silver has been well proven for decades, especially for burn wounds.  Acting as a catalyst, it supports the destruction of enzymes required for the metabolism of bacteria, viruses, and fungi.  Compared to...


Common Food Allergies

Audra Lynn

Tags food allergies, hot spots, Nutrition, yeast

Common Food Allergies

A lot of skin issues you see in dogs can be food related. I struggled for years with one of my Chinese Cresteds. He kept itching his ears and would get dry almost ring worm looking spots in his flanks and legs. After around a $1000 at the vet trying to figure out what was going on with him, I finally found out he was struggling with yeast.   I started doing all the typical vet treatments for yeast but it would always come back after a month or two. I had tremendous success with my Famous Yeast B Gone....

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