Natural Remedies To Stop Your Dog Licking His Groin


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Natural Remedies To Stop Your Dog From Licking His Privates
Why Is My Dog Licking His Privates?

While it may be awkward to talk about, when your dog is constantly biting his privates and chewing on his butt, it’s because he has an itchy groin and is uncomfortable. Licking after urination is a normal way for your dog to groom, but when it becomes a constant obsession it is because your dog’s privates are itchy, irritated and can cause a painful burning sensation during urination. Sadly many veterinary professionals believe dog’s licking genitals and groin is a behavioral “problem” that can be solved with bitter sprays or topical treatments. Imagine if you had a vaginal yeast infection or jock itch and someone sprayed a stinging topical treatment on it! Our natural remedies for dogs licking their privates can provide soothing, fast relief for skin rashes, hot spots, pungent odors and the non-stop licking & chewing caused by yeast!


Does Your Dog Have Any Of These Symptoms?
  • Frequent licking of the genitals and groin area
  • Groin area is stained a rust color or black due to excessive licking
  • Genitals appear swollen, engorged
  • Dog is scooting on his butt; dragging his rear-end on carpet or floor
  • Pungent odor from the genital area
  • Red pustules on the abdomen or around groin area
  • Female dogs may have yellowish or clear vaginal discharge
  • Dog is chewing on his butt

Dogs that are licking at the groin and genitals are uncomfortable. In addition to dogs licking their butt and biting their crotch, dogs will often have a pungent odor and their genitals may appear red and swollen with rust colored fur near their genital area from all the licking. A dog does not have to be diagnosed with a yeast infection to have these symptoms. Frequently yeast overgrowth is also accompanied by a bacterial infection and unfortunately the use of antibiotics can make the yeast overgrowth worse. Be Using a natural holistic approach by changing your pet’s diet and using supplements to control yeast and bacteria overgrowth can give your dog fast relief.


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Say goodbye to constant licking, biting and chewing! K9 Yeast Defense is a veterinary-approved easy-to-use supplement for dogs to control yeast overgrowth and symptoms associated with yeast infections. This all natural yeast remedy contains time-tested anti-fungal ingredients such as Grapefruit Seed Extract and Oregano - herbs scientifically proven to control yeast. Other signs that your dog can benefit from our natural yeast infection remedy are: ear infections, dog rash on groin, doggie odor, dog dragging butt or scooting and chewing on their butt and a history of using antibiotics or steroid medications. Since yeast is caused by an intestinal imbalance, it’s essential to use Power Probiotic, the best probiotics for pets to restore the friendly bacteria and a healthy immune system.

What Is Yeast? Why Does it Make My Dog Lick His Genitals?

Your dog’s immune system resides predominantly in the intestinal lining where a “microbiome” (population of microorganisms) exists consisting of bacteria (both good and bad), fungi, viruses and parasites. A healthy immune system depends upon the proper balance of these organisms. It’s normal for dogs to have some yeast in the digestive tract for example, but when there is an imbalance and the yeast overgrows, symptoms of yeast infection appear (e.g. itchy genitals, smelly ears, etc). Since yeast thrive in warm, moist environments it is most commonly seen in the ears, between the toes (pets’ paws sometimes have a cheesy odor), in the armpits and in the groin. Yeast overgrowth is generally caused by:

  • Antibiotics – Antibiotics control infections by killing off bad bacteria, but they also kill off the good bacteria creating an imbalance, enabling the yeast to overgrow.
  • Diet – A diet high in starches and carbohydrates will feed the yeast. Feeding a low carbohydrate, novel protein diet can quickly reduce yeast infection symptoms.
  • Allergies – Exposure to environmental or food allergens is taxing on your dog’s immune system making them more susceptible to infections. Yeast and allergies are integrally related, so treating yeast could also turn out to be a dog skin allergy home remedy.
  • Environment – Hot, humid environments are breeding grounds for yeast. This is why dogs are more prone to getting yeast skin and ear infections during the hot summer months.
Natural Remedies To Stop Your Dog From Licking His Privates

K9 Yeast Defense - K9 Yeast Defense is a trusted natural anti-fungal remedy that is recommended by veterinarians nationwide. With science-based ingredients such as oregano, Pau D’Arco and grape seed extract, this easy to use yeast remedy quickly goes to work to stop the itching and discomfort that is causing your dog to lick, bite and chew. Just mix a little powder from the capsule into your dog’s food for fast relief. This supplement not only acts as a dog skin yeast infection home remedy, but paired with the following supplements, can heal your dog from the inside out.


Power Probiotic - Power Probiotic is the best probiotic for pets! Backed by scientific research, this powerful, multi-strain formula repopulates the good, friendly bacteria your pet’s digestive system needs. Pure, safe and natural with no fillers! Many pets love the taste of the Power Probiotic!


NotaSAN Anti-Infection Formula - Natural remedy for fighting infections, reducing doggie odor and redness. Controls harmful bacteria and restores gut flora balance, improving digestive symptoms and immune function. Works well in combination with K9 Yeast Defense. Since bacterial infections and yeast overgrowth frequently occur together, it’s essential to use NotaSAN along with the K9 Yeast Defense.


AllerEaze for Pets - All-natural AllerEaze is a leading allergy product for pets. AllerEaze contains scientifically proven quercetin, which reduces your pet's histamine response and can take the edge off allergy symptoms. AllerEaze is often used along with K9 Yeast Defense and Power Probiotic in the hot summer months when allergy symptoms are the worst.




Other Reasons Your Dog May Be Biting & Chewing His Groin
  • Allergies – Many dogs that are licking at their private areas have skin rashes, doggie odor, ear infections and hot spots. Is your dog itching constantly? Biting at his privates or licking or chewing at the hind legs? Dogs can have fleas and allergies to flea bites. But often they have food and environmental allergies. Click here to learn more about how to help your dog's allergy symptoms.
  • Urinary Tract Infection – Licking at the genitals can be a classic sign of a urinary tract infection. Left untreated, bacteria can spread to the kidneys. Please be sure to contact your veterinarian if you notice your dog is straining to urinate or suddenly licking a lot at their privates, especially after urinating.
  • Anal Gland Impaction – Anal glands fill up with a smelly fluid that helps your dog “mark his territory” when he has a bowel movement. A dog will scoot his butt on the floor when the glands become impacted and infected. Anal gland infections can be painful so please be sure to take your dog to the vet to have the anal sac drained to help clear the infection.
The Best Diet For Dog Yeast Infections

When dogs are getting constant ear infections, itching, getting hot spots, licking and chewing at the groin, almost always it is because they are eating a diet that is too high in carbohydrates and contains allergens that are flaring up their immune system. Click here to Read Articles About the Best Nutrition for Dogs. Want to know the best diet for your pet? Include what you are feeding your dog on the order form at checkout. Our nutritionist will include a free diet suggestion for your pet based on the information you provide on the packing slip that comes with your product directions.