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Make Your Canine Baby Look Healthy And Shiny !!

July 18, 2017 1 comment

Canine Baby Look Healthy And Shiny

Canines also require regular grooming. The condition of your pet’s coat is a good indicator of whether he or she is in good health or not. Lustrous and healthy coat indicates the good health and vitality of the pet . Seasonal shedding is very common among pets. Because hairs are under constant environmental stress, they continuously shed.

Don’t despair! Shedding is a natural process. This sensitivity can cause dry, flaky skin, hot spots and a dull coat. Below are some hacks for maintaining your pet’s skin and coat health throughout the summer and all year long

1. Vitamin And Nutrition for Dogs

dog food diet

It is a prime factor behind the status of skin and coat .Pets not fed with proper nutrition seems to lack lustre. Dog and cat hair is mostly made up of protein. Nutritional supplements can help a lot in this. Vitamin A is necessary for cell production and maintenance, and vitamin E is an antioxidant.

Give your pet nutrients that promote healthy skin and shiny thick coats. Supplements that are rich in Omega 3 fatty acids will improve pet’s skin and coat, plus it helps to reduce flakiness, itchiness and shedding.

2. Brushing And Cleaning for Dogs

dog dental care and cleaning

Brushing is very necessary if you own a long haired pooch , they love to lie down and roam around in wooded and grassy areas.

A healthy coat moves keep pets cool in summer. On the other hand, it fluffs up in the winter, keeping pets warm. A healthy coat also prevents dog smell, cat dandruff and mats. Brushing helps removal of dirt and bugs from the coats, plus it spreads natural oils, promotes hair growth, and helps pets look their best.

3. Proper Bathing of Doggy

proper bathing of doggy

Some pets are repellant to water sometimes; especially pugs. Proper bathing removes the oil and dirt in a proper manner, just brushing cannot do it alone. How often should you bathe your dog depends on how dirty his coat becomes or when he develops that doggy odor.

Dog’s love to lie down and enjoy in muddy places and their matted furs tell you now it’s bathing time.

Follow these simple tips for your pet’s well being. Give them your time and kind care. Spend some fun time with your pet by keeping him clean, odor-free, and healthy!



How to Deal With Pet Suffering from Sarcoptic Mange?

December 26, 2014 1 comment

Sarcoptic Mange in Dogs

Sarcoptic mange is a common yet highly contagious skin disease found in dogs. Caused by the scabiei mites that burrow into the dog’s skin, this skin disease leave the pet with itchy and patchy skin coat. Hair fall, rashes and skin scabs are the common results of the disease. The scabs and hair fall are due to the excessive scratching. The disease is highly contagious and may spread to other pets and even humans. It is best treated when detected at an early stage by checking the common symptoms. Read more…

Summer Dog Skin Care Problems and Their Solutions

June 17, 2014 Leave a comment

Summer Skin Care Problems in Dogs

With summers approaching, most of us would be thrilled to have a great time outdoors. Pet parents wait for warmer weather for an outdoor exercise and play session with their furry pals. And the pets love to explore the grasses, beaches and open fields in this warm weather. However, there is a cause of concern here. Summers are synonymous to skin problems in dogs. Research suggests that the season itself breeds skin problems in millions of dogs in America. Read more…

Allergic Skin Disease – Second Most Health Problem in Dogs

May 26, 2014 1 comment

Best Dog Food for Skin Allergies

Allergic skin diseases are the second most common health problems in dogs, the first being flea and tick infestation. Dog’s skin and coat are susceptible to various external substances and end up being damaged due to itching, biting and licking by the pet. With numerous external and internal reasons, skin allergies in dogs are a subject of serious concern of the pet parents.

Excessive itching, coat biting, body licking, rashes, flaky skin, inflammation on the skin are some of the common signs of existence of allergic skin diseases in dogs. Skin irritation is commonly found on the dog’s paw, ears and stomach area. It can start from rashes to change of skin color in the areas where allergens are present. The condition irks the pet and makes him depressed and low-spirited. This calls for effective dog skin care by the pet parents.   Read more…

Top Reasons for Itchy Skin in Pets and Treatment

May 7, 2014 Leave a comment

Have you ever seen your dog itching vigorously or scratching? Wondering what is disturbing him. There are numerous reasons that cause itching and scratching in dogs. Due to this, they can even develop various types of skin conditions.

Moreover, with the change in seasons, pets develop certain seasonal allergies resulting into skin issues. Taking good care of pet skin conditions definitely help you stop your pet itching and scratching.  Read more…