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Yeast Infection in Dogs (Fungal)

Yeast Infection in Dogs (Fungal)

Does your dog have itchy skin? Recurring hot spots? Gunky Ears? Does He/she lick and chew at his/her feet? This doesn't necessarily mean he/she has allergies. Yeast infections are particularly common in hot, humid environments. Yeast dermatitis is a fairly common inflammatory skin condition in dogs. Yeast is a fungus and is in ALL dogs (and People) as a normal part of their flora. Yeast lives on your dogs skin and inside his/her gut, where it normally lives with other healthy flora, as part of the balanced immune system. This condition is caused by overgrowth of the Malassezia species of...


Vaccines & Arborvitae Oil

Audra Lynn

Vaccines & Arborvitae Oil

Many dogs suffer from negative effects from vaccinations and its become a very concerning topic for many pet owners.  Arborvitae is considered the remedy to turn to for all instances of negative effects after vaccinations (a condition known as vaccinosis).    Vaccinosis can include large, hard lumps that remain days after the vaccination; warts, sarcoids, general fatigue, or lack of health that comes after vaccinations.  I know being a hairless breeder that after vaccinations my hairless will sometimes go through skin eruptions.  That is common with all breeds but more noticeable on my hairless dogs.  You also might see a sudden appearance of allergies...


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....


Isn't Tea Tree Bad For Dogs?

Audra Lynn

Isn't Tea Tree Bad For Dogs?

Yes and No I get this question all the time.  Tea Tree oil (Melaleuca) has a phenolic compound that can be hard for a dog's body to process, but ONLY IN HIGH DOSES!  The oral toxic dose of phenol in dogs is about 0.22 grams per pound of body weight 0.22 grams is about 4 drops of tea tree oil  Most dogs are 10 to 20 pounds  To hit toxic levels, you would have to apply 40 drops of tea tree oil to their body at one time.  ANYBODY or any dog given a high amount of phenolic compounds would...


Dead Sea Salt Benefits

Dead Sea Salt Benefits

Dead Sea Salt is renowned for its incredible therapeutic properties. It is deeply healing & effective for soothing dry skin issues. Various cultures and people have visited the Dead Sea for therapy, dating back to the time of the Egyptians. They used the salt in various unguents and skin creams as well as soaps, just as I have done in my “Famous Exfoliator” & “Famous Abscess. The Dead Sea is basically a salt lake which is extended from all sides of Israel and West Bank in the west and Jordan in the east. This sea is considered to have the...

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