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Growing a Healthy Coat Natural Cures for Dog Allergies

There are many factors that can affect a dog’s coat health and overall condition.  These are the dog’s overall health, parasites, allergies, disease, and nutrition. Protein is the major component of a dog’s skin and coat; hair alone is 95% protein.  Oils are also of major importance in maintaining a dog’s coat health.  First, all cell membranes are composed of both proteins and oils.  The complex linkages between these two chemicals regulate the passage of water, minerals, and nutrients in and out of cells.  The oils help retain body moisture, maintain suppleness in the skin surface, and contribute to the sheen of the dog’s coat.  Yet, protein remains the foundation of a dog’s skin and coat health just as it is for muscle.  All skin cells are replaced every 3-4 weeks in a normal dog.

Pet Nutrition and a Healthy Coat

The best coat begins from within.  A complete diet rich in essential amino acids and other key nutrients is the basis for good health and a beautiful coat.  In a normal, healthy dog, balance is the key. Deprivation, as well as excess levels of specific nutrients, can be detrimental to a dog’s coat health.  A deficiency of certain vitamins, minerals, amino acids, or fatty acids can result in canine skin problems.  Your dog itches and scratches and the coat damaging itch/scratch cycle begins.  Hair becomes lackluster, breaks, and thins.

If Your Dog's Diet is Well Balanced and Nutritionally Complete, it Will Have a Much Stronger Constitution to Fight and Ward off Disease

The IN® natural pet supplement, with it’s special antioxidant formula contains the essential vitamins and minerals that a dog needs for optimum health.  Lecithin, a natural emulsifier of fat “cleans” the dog’s skin from the inside, helps fortify the animal’s immune system and promotes your dog’s healthy skin and coat. 

Canine Skin Problems

Parasites

Internal and external parasites can play a damaging role in your dog’s skin and coat health.  Worms can deplete your pet’s nutritional supply from within.  Hookworms, whipworms, and tapeworms, which suck the blood from the lining of the intestines, can quickly deteriorate a dog’s coat health.  Protein loss would be similar symptoms to inadequate protein intake. If a dog is allowed to lick and scratch areas where parasites such as fleas have caused an irritation, issues such as hot spots can occur.

Dog Allergies

Dog Allergies can also play a part in canine skin problems and dog coat health.  There are three main types of allergens: contact (such as flea saliva); inhaled (such as pollen, mold, dust); and food (ingredients).  Dogs do not react to allergies in the same way humans do.  They are not likely to sneeze or have runny noses.  Instead, you will see your dog itching and scratching, biting at their hind region, and licking or chewing at the pads of their feet.   If you see your dog scratching ears, tail, or anyplace they can reach, it may be signs of pet allergies.  If left untreated, it is likely that this will result in an inflammation of the pet’s skin, resulting in infection.  Dog allergy symptoms can also masquerade as, and perhaps lead to, ear infections, causing excessive wax build up and or your dog itching in the ears.

Contact Dog Allergies:

The most common dog allergy is the result of fleabites. This is due to the dog becoming alleric to the saliva of the flea.  this reaction can occur after only one flea bite (once the dog has been previously exposed).  Many times, no fleas will be on the dog when the dog is examined, but intense biting and itching occurring near the tail is a dead giveaway.  There also may, or may not, be bumps on the dog's skin causing the hair to have a raised appearance.

Inhalant Dog Allergies

Allergic reactions to inhaled substances begin to appear at 6-24 months of age.  Usually, the first experience coincides with pollination time.  However, seasonal patterns may change if the dog has become sensitive to dust or other materials.

Food Allergies:

The most overlooked cause of dog allergies are food allergies.  Food allergic dogs develop sensitivity to a substance in their diet.  The most common allergens in dog food are: corn, whey, milk and beef.

Pet Nutrition:
The best coat begins from within.  A complete diet rich in essential amino acids and other key nutrients is the basis for good health and a beautiful coat.  In a normal, healthy dog, balance is the key.  Deprivation, as well as excess levels of specific nutrients, can be detrimental to a dog’s coat health.  A deficiency of certain vitamins, minerals, amino acids, or fatty acids can result in canine skin problems.  Your dog itches and scratches and the coat damaging itch/scratch cycle begins.
 

     
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