What causes dogs to itch?
Apart from the obvious flea/tick; and the more serious skin diseases that require the medical attention of your Veterinarian, there are 2 main causes that are common enough to handle on your own.
- Prickly leaves and grasses and some flowers that spew pollens during various times of the year.
- The most common cause is an overgrowth of yeast or a yeast infection in the paws which easily spreads to other body parts as well. Simply put, smell the bottom of their paws. If you smell a corn chip Odor, that’s yeast!
Please read the blog area to see how Doggie Organics solves this problem. Doggie Anti-Itch plays a big part in both of these itchy areas.
Is it a shampoo?
No. It’s just a spray. It helps arrest the itching sensation within minutes after spraying. Then the Aloe Vera aids in the healing of the skin & hair.
I’ve tried everything and my dog is still itching itself crazy! what makes Doggie Anti-Itch different?
The unique choice of our essential oils in combination with plant-based materials causes a synergistic strength that is more readily/rapidly absorbed into the pores.
Is it safe if my dog licks it?
It is made from plant material & essential oils that are proven safe in the levels used in our formulations.
Bear always licks it & likes it! It is very calming to him.
Will it work because my dog always licks everything right off?
Yes, because it is readily and rapidly absorbed.
How quickly should we see the itching subside?
It is common to see temporary results within 10-15 minutes.
How often can I use it?
At first, at least 4 times a day; but you cannot overdose. Use it as you see your furry friend’s discomfort.