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Old 01-10-2013, 04:12 PM   #1 (permalink)
 
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Really Itchy Skin?? :S

First of all, GOOD MORNING EVERYONE

Okay, now for my problem :

Ever since we brought Nita in the house, (she was an outside dog but it got to cold for her outside), she's been very itchy, especially right above her tail, she's always chewing her backside because it's so itchy! I'm not sure how to get her to stop itching :\, is there anything I can put on it? She doesn't have fleas, we've checked, the Vet gave us some shampoo thats supposed to make her skin not so dry, but it's not helping her itching :\
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Old 01-10-2013, 05:04 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Inside this time of year the humidity in the house is low from the heaters sucking the moisture out. The other possibility is this is a something new not related to coming inside. The first thing I would try instead of switching foods and doing something drastic is just add fish oil to your dogs food. You should be feeding twice a day anyway so in each feeding include a 1000mg fish oil pill that you can buy for people. That should help with the coat but give it a few weeks. Until then if it's in one spot you can go get some hydrocortisone cream and apply that 2-3 times a day to help with the itching. That is where I'd start since you have already been to the vet. Also don't give baths often just once every few months is enough or you will dry out the coat.
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Also do 1TSP of coconut oli to the food 2x a day (helps with skin and coat). Try to put some apple cider vinegar direclty on the itchy spot and/or coconut oil right on it. That really helped my dog when she was itchy. Let us know how it goes....
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