Step One--Get Informed And Know We Are Here To Help
Read the brief articles on our website about food allergies, yeast, ear infections, pet nutrition and more. Dogs lick and chew at their groin and butt primarily due to allergies or yeast overgrowth. Our diet and supplement program has been used successfully in veterinary hospitals since 2005 because it really works. The articles are brief and won't take but a few minutes but if you feel overwhelmed or just don't know where to start, please just send us an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will be glad to help. Please know we can't offer veterinary advice but with a wealth of information on our website and a science-based program, we will help you find an answer to your pet's discomfort.
Step Two--Use Veterinary-Approved Supplements For Long-Term Relief
Your veterinarian may prescribe medications such as antibiotics which provide short-term relief but most often the problem returns as soon as the medication is stopped. To give your dog long-term relief and avoid the chronic use of antibiotics, a few immune support supplements are needed. K9 Yeast Defense + Power Probiotic is a must and is the first line of defense to stop your dog's constant licking and chewing on the groin. Since most dogs with yeast have allergies, we highly recommend the AllerEaze to be used along with it for best results.
Which supplements are essential to stop your dog from licking and chewing on the groin?
Natural "Antihistamine" That Stops Scratching, Redness and Itching
The Best Probiotic For Pets - A"Must" For Pets Taking Antibiotics
AllerEaze--Dog licking genitals excessively and chewing
on the groin is often a symptom of allergies. Allergies in dogs or
cats can be caused by inhaled allergens (e.g. pollen), food (e.g.
dairy, eggs, etc.) and/or external allergens (e.g. exposure to chemicals
in carpet, etc.). AllerEaze contains simple ingredients scientifically proven to reduce allergy symptoms by lowering a "histamine" response. It is nature's "Benadryl".
K9 Yeast Defense +Power Probiotic--- This combination of formulas is the foundation for addressing allergies, scooting, itching, chewing, licking at the groin and ear infections. Yeast overgrowth contributes to all of these symptoms and creating an improved balance in the intestinal flora is key to helping your dog finally get better.
Step Three--Change Your Dog's Diet
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.
“I want to let you know how great Dakota, our Golden Retriever that we rescued, is doing. When we got him, he had bad ear infections that he had for months, and his skin was so black in the armpit and groin areas from chewing that we thought it was ground in dirt. He also had acid reflux and would bring up bile several times a day. It has taken several months, but the blackened skin (from yeast) is almost back to normal thanks to K9 Yeast Defense
. I wish we had taken “before” pictures of his skin because the difference is remarkable. And, for his acid reflux, we started using your supplements (Power Probiotic, K9 Digestive Enzymes, Gastro ULC and Soothing Digestive Relief)
. We used to give him Pepcid, but we have been able to slowly wean him off. I can’t forget to mention using your food recommendations. His ears didn’t start to clear up until we got him eating food that he could tolerate. Thank you so much for your supplements and all your help. Dakota is a much happier dog thanks to you!"
Pat & Tim, Emmaus, PA 2016
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