How To Heal Your Dog's Skin Problems Naturally

Common Dog Skin Problems : Tick and Fleas
 Avoiding common dog skin problems is the only way your dog’s skin will exhibit good health which automatically is reflected on its coat. When the skin is healthy, it is smooth and supple while it is free from flaking, irritation, parasites, sores, lumps, or hair loss.
Dog skin solutions: symptoms, and natural treatment for dog skin diseases
There are many skin problems that a dog may have and there are common tell tale signs of possible skin problems. 
Some of these are intense itching, scabs or actual bleeding, swelling, redness and inflammation, foul smelling discharges, dandruff, patches or overall hair loss, discoloration, and or lumps.
The most common source of skin problems and irritation for our beloved Fidos and Spots are parasites. Many secondary problems may arise from all the scratching and rubbing a dog will do to relieve the itch.

Fleas and ticks are parasites that are easiest to see. They are also the easiest to control, if not eradicate. Fleas can be the cause of major skin discomfort, especially if Fido is allergic to flea saliva.
It is interesting to note that fleas can also cause internal problems as well. 
Fleas are hosts for tape and round worms. There are a number of treatments available today, from dips and shampoos to pills and spot skin-absorbed ointments from the vet. 

Ticks are usually found on the ears or head, and between toes. If you spot a puffed-up female tick that is engorged on your dog, search for its male mate.
These can cause serious diseases such as encephalitis and Rocky Mountain fever, and should be dealt with immediately.
While still on your dog’s skin, kill the tick by applying alcohol or nail polish remover on a cotton swab. 
Grasp the tick with tweezers as close to the skin as possible and gently twist and pull, causing the tick to let go. 
No need to be alarmed if the head remains fixed, it rarely becomes infected. Follow up with a good tick and flea dip, carefully following directions.

We are with our dogs every day. Since they cannot speak our language, it is up to us to read Spot’s body language to know if he is suffering from common dog skin problems.

Dear Dog Lover,
My name is Linda Kajda.  A couple years ago my dog Pebbles lost her beautiful coat of hair and then nearly died because of what I didn't know about dog skincare.
Many dog owners, like you, know what it's like to have a dog suffering from skin problems.  And if you're anything like me, you don't know what to do to help.

By reading my story below, YOU'LL discover the tips and strategies you need, to CURE your dog's skin problems... the very same ones I learned through helping my Pebbles. 
You'll discover how the food your dog eats, the baths you give your dog, and even how your carpet affects your dog's health.
I promise that by the time you have finished reading my story you'll possess proven strategies you can use right now to help your dog with even the most aggressive skin problems.    

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