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3 Powerful Ingredients To Support Your Itchy Dog

Trying to figure out why your dog is itchy and what to give them to help is a crucial task.

Some dogs' itchiness is caused by the food they eat. Some are allergic to grains, chicken, and other types of foods. 

However, there are lots of dogs with non-food-related allergies. Many owners can change their diet to no avail because the food might not be the source of the issue.

For example; A raw diet won't help much if your dog is allergic to dust mites, or pollen.

Many dogs have seasonal and environmental allergies causing their itchiness. In these cases, there are both chemical and natural interventions that can be used to help support the symptoms.

In this post, we'll discuss some of the best natural ingredients to support your dog's non-food related itchiness.

  • Turmeric

Because of its anti-allergic characteristics, this wonder spice is a rich source of nutrients, not just for humans but also for our canine and feline companions.

Turmeric contains naturally occurring antihistamine characteristics that act as a decongestant, and its anti-inflammatory effects aid in alleviating itching and inflammation. It also provides a natural supply of antioxidants, which can aid in the maintenance of a healthy immune system as well as the prevention of environmental allergens.

  • Salmon Oil

Salmon Oil is an Omega-3 supplementation that is derived from the fish. Salmon oil can aid in treating and managing allergies in your dog. It can aid in the strengthening of the skin as well as the creation of protection against allergens. This means that when your dog comes into touch with the allergen, its body will not have the same over-the-top reaction to it that it would have otherwise had. This can also aid in the optimal health immune system in your dog.

  • Apple Cider Vinegar

If they are fed the vinegar daily, Apple cider vinegar (ACV) may help dogs have a healthier digestive system, improved coat quality, and fewer allergies. This is because ACV helps reduce inflammation in the body while also supporting the immune system by regulating the pH levels in the body.

Bonus Ingredient: Probiotics 

Probiotics are microorganisms that are beneficial to the pet's body. Dogs and cats have billions of these beneficial microorganisms in their stomachs to aid in the battle against illness, the strengthening of the immune system, the digestion of food, and the production of vitamins and minerals. In scientific terms, this is referred to as the microbiome, and a healthy dog requires a healthy microbiome. 

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