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0Bug!Zone for dogs

…of dog flea infestation Unlike ear mites, fleas are large enough to be seen with the naked eye. Pull back your dog's fur, and you may see them scurrying for shelter. Fleas are easier to see on light-colored dogs. But even if you can’t see fleas on your dog, there are telltale signs: * Your dog will scratch incessantly * Red and inflamed areas may appear on your dog's skin * Fine, black debris may be seen on your dog's skin…

$34.95

Itch Support Gold for Dogs

…have identified the cause of your dog's skin reaction, try to eliminate exposure as much as possible. Sometimes this is possible and sometimes it's not. Remember that allergies are sometimes caused by multiple factors and your dog may be able to tolerate a certain amount of exposure before the factors compound and a reaction occurs. As an example, a dog may be sensitive to laundry detergent, to dust mites and to flea bites. There may be a…

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Ear Clean Gold for Cats

…the way many dogs are. If you notice your cat repeatedly scratching the ears, have a look inside. There may be ear mites present. Ear mites are a fairly common parasite found in the ears of cats. There will be a brown/black substance that looks waxy or like coffee grounds, apparent in the folds inside the ears. You may notice your cat shaking his or her head or scratching in an attempt to relieve the itchiness caused by the ear mites. A note from…

$38.95

Ear Clean Gold for Dogs

…the safety and comfort of your dog. What are ear mites? Mites spend most of their life living inside your dog's ear. Because outward signs are not always apparent, it is important to have your vet check your dog's ears at each regular check up. If untreated, canine ear mites can cause an ear infection through the abrasions created by the mites and from scratching. Ear mites are irritating and many dogs will scratch, causing reinfestation…

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Itchy Owie Quick-Dry Gel for Dogs' Skin

…to a skin problem. Consider substituting more natural products to see if your dog's skin health improves. * Allergies? Allergic dermatitis is a condition seen routinely by veterinarians. Possible allergens can be pollens from weeds, trees or grasses, molds, dust mites or fleas. You may want to learn more about another Pet Wellbeing product if your dog is itching due to allergies: Itch Support Gold. * Are there other health issues?…

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Ear Care Gold Dog Ear Infections

…of the skin in the ears to help break the cycle of recurring ear infections. If you suspect or know that your dog has ear mites, you'll want to try Ear Clean Gold http://www.petwellbeing.com/products/dog-ear-mites. A note from our Veterinarian... This is a great product for dog owners to use as a home remedy for their dog's ear infections. Most often this means yeast infections. You will need to clean the ear prior to using Ear Care…

$37.95

Nettle-Eyebright Gold for Dogs with Allergies

…humans has its counterpart in dogs. This includes seasonal allergies. Canine allergies may be caused by a number of factors including pollens, weeds, grasses and other plants. When a dog has an allergy, his or her body develops and abnormal reaction to these substances. Different dogs may react very differently, even if they’re allergic to the same thing. It's often tricky to determine exactly what a dog is allergic to but it's…

$38.95

4 Paws Recovery Cream for Dog Paws

…your dog's paws a rinse if that is a possibility. * Allergies? Allergic dermatitis is a condition seen routinely by veterinarians. Possible allergens can be from your dog's food or treats, pollens from weeds, trees or grasses, molds, dust mites or fleas. Sometimes, dogs become suddenly sensitive to things that never bothered them in the past. Sensitivities and allergens can cause the paws to feel itchy and irritated, and your dog may lick…

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Nettle-Eyebright Gold for Cats with Allergies

…discomfort associated with seasonal allergies. Other substances can also elicit the same types of symptoms. Fungal spores and molds may be present indoors, particularly in damp areas like basements or garages. Dust or dust mites are common triggers and are found in carpets, bedding, window coverings, mattresses and furniture covered with fabric. Sensitivities are not experienced the same way by everyone or every pet but, rather, are unique to…

$38.95
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