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      01-23-2012, 06:20 PM   #1
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So one of my dogs gets really dry skin in the winter and has taken to some rather entertaining ways of itching herself. Thought I would share, lol.
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Instead of making a you tube video, why don't you do something like... I don't know get the dog some help so he stops scratching himself?
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Instead of making a you tube video, why don't you do something like... I don't know get the dog some help so he stops scratching himself?
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she already gets her monthly shots at the vet and has cream that we use in between. Its not like I abuse or neglect any of my animals, if that is what you were implying?
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Try putting a few drops of cooking oil in his food. It usually helps with dry skin and scratching.

If his fur needs some help with density and shine, you may want to get a over the counter product to help with that also while curing the dry skin. It usually has a mixture of fish oil and vitamin A. A variety can be found at Petco or any other pet stores.
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Try putting a few drops of cooking oil in his food. It usually helps with dry skin and scratching.

If his fur needs some help with density and shine, you may want to get a over the counter product to help with that also while curing the dry skin. It usually has a mixture of fish oil and vitamin A. A variety can be found at Petco or any other pet stores.
I'm told peanut butter is good too.

also, conditioner if you wash the dog.
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I would use cod liver oil far before cooking oil. I give it to my dog everyday and her coat is nice and shiny and no itching/obesity.
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Yeah, we have been using some Alaskan Salmon Oil dog food supplement that our vet recommended also. Comes in a nice large bottle with a pump on the top for ease of use. We used to get the smaller non pump bottle and it could be quite the fish-smelly-mess.
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Instead of making a you tube video, why don't you do something like... I don't know get the dog some help so he stops scratching himself?

Youtube money son!
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Avoderm food with avocado inside already. Non-smelly.
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that video has all the making of a viral video
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