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Itchy Owie Quick-Dry Gel for Dogs' Skin

…care of. Sometimes, negative reactions to vaccines can exhibit as skin disorders. A foul odor on the skin is not considered normal and should be examined by a veterinarian. A common cause of smelly skin is yeast infection. If your dog has yeast dermatitis, you will want to read more about Pet Wellbeing's Derma Support Gold. * What is your canine eating? The most common dietary allergens are wheat, dairy, corn, soy and egg. Sometimes, though…

$34.95

Derma Support Gold for Dogs

…the skin creases, so canines can commonly be seen trying to relieve itching between the paw pads (gnawing at their paws) and scratching their ears. It may also affect the anal area, folds of the nose and eyelids, around the neck and the armpits. Yeast overgrowth can cause: * Intense itching * Skin irritation and inflammation (especially around the ears, paw pads, between the toes, folds of the nose, anal area, neck and the armpits) * Skin redness…

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Ear Clean Gold for Dogs

…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 through the paws. Continued scratching can lead to bald patches where hair is torn out and even bleeding. At worst, the infection can spread to the brain, where it can cause very serious symptoms. Common Symptoms…

$38.95

Itchy Owie Quick-Dry Gel for cat skin problems

…be taken care of. Sometimes, negative reactions to vaccines can exhibit as skin disorders. A foul odor on the skin is not considered normal and should be examined by a veterinarian. A common cause of smelly skin is yeast infection. * What is your feline eating? The most common dietary allergens are wheat, dairy, corn, soy and egg. Sometimes, though fairly rare, our pets exhibit an allergy or sensitivity to something in their diet by breaking out…

$34.95

Ear Clean Gold for Cats

…check up. If untreated, feline ear mites can cause an ear infection because bacteria will have access to the ear tissue through abrasions (tiny holes) made by the mites. Because the ear mites are irritating, many cats will scratch, which can cause reinfestation through the paws. Continued scratching can lead to bald patches where hair is torn out and even bleeding. At worst, the infection can spread to the brain, where it can even cause very…

$38.95
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