Rover Company believes your dog should have a lush, and soft coat.
Does your dog’s skin remain rash and itch free?
If you said yes to either or both of the above questions, yours is a very fortunate dog.
More likely, like me, you said “No”, or, perhaps “Sometimes”.
Roverpet knows most of your dogs suffer from a dull coat and/or a skin irritation of some type from time to time. Some poor dogs seem to be plagued by skin problems, which often causes them to molt, or even to pull their own fur out in an attempt to relieve the itchiness.
This can be caused by a number of things, including a vitamin deficiency.
Rover Vinyl Tech believes if you’re feeding your dog an ideal diet, it may not be so. For years my vet complimented me on the great health of my dogs due to the largely raw diet I fed them, but little did I realise that down the track they would begin to develop degenerative conditions which I can now only attribute to a failure to supplement with vitamins and/or balanced holistic food.
Yes, diet can impact on your dog’s skin condition and the look and feel of your dog’s coat in a big way.
And fleas also, of course, can cause major skin irritation for your dog.
But for now, back to the external, and non-parasitic, causes of an irritated, dry or itchy skin.