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Jojoba Oil For Dogs

Audra Lynn

Jojoba Oil For Dogs

Winter is upon us and that usually means dogs with dry itchy skin, but jojoba oil can help.   Jojoba oil is a liquid wax produced inside the seeds of jojoba plants. Jojoba is a shrub that is native to Mexico and to the desert southwest.  This oil is rare in that it is an extremely long straight chain wax ester and not a triglyceride, making jojoba and its derivative jojoba esters more similar to human sebum and whale oil that to traditional vegetables oils  jojoba is interesting because it is odorless and has a viscosity which is temperature Independant....


Treating Yeast Infections

Cindy Jones

Since Yeast Infections start in the stomach, one of the first thing to look at is your dogs diet.  In order for the yeast to grow, in your dogs gut ~ yeast needs to eat.  Yeast loves sugar. Foods that contains starch and/or carbohydrates, feed yeast in their gut. Carbohydrates are complex chains made of sugars.  When your dog eats carbohydrates his/her body converts them into sugars which feeds the yeast.  Foods like corn, potatoes, rice, peas, sweet potatoes and oats are examples of high carbohydrate foods. By natures design dogs were not designed to eat or digest grains.  In...


Argan Oil For Dogs

Audra Lynn

Argan Oil For Dogs

Argan oil isn't just magical for our skin but for our dogs too!  It will not only help your dogs skin by softening it and making it shiny and healthy, but it will also help with skin conditions that many animals have.  Many dogs and even cars suffer from dry and cracked noses. Again oil works wonders on them!  Argan also helps dogs that may have rashes or other skin conditions.  Argon oil is one of the best oils for your hair and skin. Here are some of the benefits it has for dogs! 1. Hydrating  One of the best...


Black Spots on Dog's Skin

Audra Lynn

Black Spots on Dog's Skin

Why does my dog get Black Spots and some can be Itchy with  Hair Loss and Crusty Skin? What Are Black Spots on Dogs Skin? Black spots usually appear on the abdomen, tail, or the back of your dog, black spots on the fur and skin of your pooch are usually an indication of hyper-pigmentation. Hyper-pigmentation results from an increase in natural pigments called melanin.Maltese have higher tendency to show signs of hyper-pigmentation than others because of their characteristic white coats. Hairless dogs also have a higher tendency because of their hairlessness. Hyper-pigmentation commonly affects the skin and fur but...


Coping With Staph Infections

Audra Lynn

Tags antibiotics, skin treatment, Staph, Treatment

Coping With Staph Infections

Staph Infection in Dogs and how you can help.  I'm sure you've heard of people getting staph infections.  Well your dog can also get staph infections too.  So what can you do to treat your dog and keep him comfortable? Dogs have a bacteria present on and inside their bodies, including different types of staph, most commonly appearing as a skin infection.  One of the most common canine species of staph is a normal bacterial inhabitant of at least half of healthy dogs and it doesn't not cause any issues.  When a dog that gets injured, suffers from illness, or...

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