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Hello,

I have a one year old Blue Doberman. He has always had a lot of dandruff which the vet said he would grow out of. As he has matured it has really gotten bad on his back with hair loss as well and he smells terrible. The vet did a scraping which came back negative and ruled out allergies because he does not scratch or seem itchy. The rest of his coat is shiny and appears healthy. He is very active. The vet said this was a condition as a result of the breeding to get a blue (gray) coat and said it was alopecia. I read your reviews and did not see any with my dog's symptoms. Do you think your product Derma-IonX will work for my dog?

Smartliving Guest asked this
March 18, 2010 at 11:42 AM

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Dear Susan,

I think Derma-IonX would be worth a try. We have seen positive results in other conditions that have a genetic component that I hadn't imagined the product would affect. Because there are homeopathic ingredients in Derma-IonX that influence the skin and the oligotherapeutic mineral base that helps to stimulate the enzyme systems in the body, these act as a catalyst for healing. In addition, I would suggest you do a few other things. I would choose a grain-free diet and give digestive enzymes with each meal. I also like to give probiotics daily such as Purina's FortiFlora. In addition, with many skin conditions MSM and a high quality fish oil supplement is advisable. Derma-IonX will help the body to utilize the supplements better for a synergistic effect.

Please let us know how you do or if we can offer any more suggestions.

Best wishes,
Dr. Char
www.vetionx.com

Dr. Char Wilson, DVM Health Coach answered
March 20, 2010 at 11:42 AM
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