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How To Treat Itchy Dog Skin at Home Naturally

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Dogs can develop itchy, uncomfortable skin for a number of reasons. If your dog is suffering severe itching or skin allergies, then a trip to the vet will be necessary.

Dogs can develop itchy uncomfortable skin for a number of reasons if your dog is suffering severe itching or skin allergies then a trip to the vet will be necessary if your dog’s itchiness is occasional or mild there are plenty of totally safe all-natural ways to treat it here are the best home remedies coconut oil many natural beauty products now contain coconut

Oil because of its antibacterial and anti-fungal properties it’s also an excellent moisturizer for canines is the oils can penetrate fur for direct contact to the skin dogs who are suffering from eczema allergies yeast infection and even insect bites and stings can all benefit from direct application of coconut oil put coconut oil in the fridge or a cool dry place

So it turns completely solid for quick relief of dry skin massage the oil into the coat and skin of your dog where they’re suffering you’ll notice your dog’s coat improving along with their relief from the constant itching 50 50 apple cider vinegar water spray apple cider vinegar is a natural safe relief for especially dry itchy skin the antiseptic and anti-fungal

Nature of apple cider vinegar makes it a great form of relief from poison ivy but not on raw or open skin if your dog has itched himself or herself raw this solution will sting the exposed wound to avoid getting vinegar in any open cuts fill a spray bottle with 50 water and 50 apple cider vinegar to target affected areas aloe vera if you’ve ever had a sunburn

You know all natural aloe vera can be a lifesaver not only is aloe vera a powerful healing agent but it can also reduce redness and draw uncomfortable heat away from the skin you can apply aloe vera directly to your dog’s affected spots most grocery and drug stores sell 100 natural aloe vera or you can harvest it from an aloe vera plant if you have one at home

Baking soda a pantry staple baking soda can do much much more than making your baked goods rise alleviate itching and reduce redness and inflammation all you have to do is combine fifty percent baking soda with fifty percent water and apply the paste to your dog’s skin after about twenty minutes rinse completely for a more moisturizing blend add a little bit of

High quality coconut oil to the mixture and if your dog is experiencing body wide itchiness you can add some baking soda to its bath chamomile and green tea soaks chamomile and green teas are well known for their soothing anti-inflammatory effects in humans but they work just as well for dogs too if your dog is dealing with hot itchy patches of skin try giving it

A soothing soak in a chamomile or green tea bath here’s how to do it fill your bathtub or sink with lukewarm water and let several tea bags steep for three to five minutes then remove the tea bags and let your dog soak in the mixture for at least five minutes if you want to spot treat your dog’s skin steep a tea bag and let it cool completely before applying the

Tea directly to affected areas oatmeal for itchy skin if you’ve had the chickenpox you may have taken an oatmeal bath to soothe your itchy skin oatmeal contains chemicals which have anti-inflammatory properties pets with skin allergies and superficial infections get immediate relief from oatmeal it’s especially helpful for dogs with really itchy feet to create

Your own remedy try grinding oatmeal to a fine powder and mixing it with water to apply as a poultice on hot spots or inflamed areas if your dog tolerates baths you can add the oatmeal formula to warm water and let your dog soak for five to ten minutes i hope you’ve enjoyed this video if you have please subscribe to this youtube channel and don’t forget to give

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How To Treat Itchy Dog Skin at Home Naturally By Natural Health Remedies