Thursday, April 29, 2010

Skin Irritations on Your Pets

If you are a pet owner, more than likely you have faced some type of skin irritation on your pet. To treat these irritations, first find out what may have caused the irritation. Have you switched shampoos, dog food, or tried a new flea/tick treatment? Dogs, like humans, can have allergic reactions to certain foods or products, so try to pinpoint what may have caused the irritation. If it is just a reaction to a new food or product, then the solution is easy.

It could also be related to the time of year when the skin irritation occurs. Sometimes dog's skin tends to become dry from the heat during the wintertime.

Fleas and ticks are not the only reason for why dogs may be itching. If your dog's skin is dry, this will cause him to scratch continuously. We have many anti-itch relief products that can help soothe your dog's itching.

Unfortunately, itching is not the only result of skin irritations. If mites get on your pet, it can cause wounds, rashes and even hair loss for your pet. If your pet has issues with skin irritations, hair loss, cuts, wounds or any other type of dermatitis, then try NU-STOCK to relieve your pet of these common issues.


Katie said...

That NU-Stock stuff works wonders. I had a dog that had the mange and it cleared him right up. saved me from having a $60+ vet bill

Linda said...

I just bought some of that NU-STOCk from ur website, i hope it helps!

Anonymous said...

holy cow! I cant believe how well that nustock stuff worked on my dog I can't thank you enough!

Anonymous said...

Very Interesting!
Thank You!

Dog & Puppy Carriers said...

I think NU-STOCk is so good for our pets and its gave to relieve our pet of these caused the irritation.
Thanks for this article.