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When dogs are chronically itching and scratching, chances are the dog has allergies.  Allergies can be both food and environmental.  Usually the dog has both.  It is important to avoid certain trigger foods that can cause allergic scratching and itching.  Most notably, foods such as grains (oats, wheat, corn, rice) are found in many dog and cat commercial diets.  Look for grain-free foods but try to use hypoallergenic protein sources such as rabbit or venison. 

Dog itching, scratching, hot spots, hair loss can be treated holistically using natural supplements.  Try Amazing Omegas and AllerEaze.  In addition, if your dog is licking at the groin, chewing on the paws, rubbing his face in the carpet, your dog may have yeast overgrowth.  If your dog has been on antibiotics, chances are it could be yeast.  Try the K9 Yeast Defense and Power Probiotic. 

If you have any questions about which products would be best for your cat or dog, please don't hesitate to email us at AskAriel1@gmail.com