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Do You Have an Itchy Dog?

Does your dog scratch and itch frequently? Does he obsessively lick, bite, or chew his skin? A dog that is itchy is not a happy or comfy dog. In fact, it’s much more likely that your dog is miserable. It’s hard to watch your dog suffer, but sometimes trying to figure out the root cause […]

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What Causes Itchy Skin in Dogs?

In vet speak, itching is also known as pruritus. Your dog could be excessively licking, chewing, or itching on one area of his body, or he could be itching all over. Where and how much your fur baby itches depend on the underlying cause of the itching, and nailing down the source can sometimes be […]

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What to Do If Your Dog Has Itchy Skin

So, your dog has an itching problem. Unfortunately, the cause of itching can be shrouded in mystery, and take some serious detective work to uncover. The treatment of itching can be just as complicated, and will depend entirely on the accuracy of your detective skills in figuring out the underlying problem. If you are not […]

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Skin Allergies in Cats: What Every Pet Parent Should Know

If you own a cat, you may already know that your feline can be every bit as sensitive to allergens as humans can. They can react to outside allergens no matter the source, whether they are environmental, parasite-related, or even diet-related. Most often, their reaction to allergens is itching, sometimes excessively so, and often it’s […]

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Why Is My Cat Itching So Much?

Cats by instinct and nature are groomers. They love to clean themselves and lick their fur. However, if you aren’t careful, sometimes these behaviors could become compulsive. Most often though, compulsive licking, scratching, and chewing occurs with certain breeds, such as the Siamese. If your cat has never engaged in these behaviors before but is […]

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