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Hi I’m wondering if you can help me I have a Golden Retriever called Bailey who is two years old. He has been to skin specialists in Aberdeen, I have now found out he is allergic to red clover, grass, moths, and dust mites. He is constantly scratching himself and chewing his paw pads. The vets here just keep putting him on steroids and injections, this still isn’t working; will Derma-IonX work? Or would you recommend another treatment? He also has OCD hock hoing and is on 30mls a day medcam, which in time will affect his liver. Any suggestions? Please help! I’m running low in funds due to the vet bills. Thank you, I look forward to hearing from you.


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Dear Leigh-Anne,

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October 17, 2009 at 4:04 PM



Dear Leigh-Anne,


p>Using Derma-IonX is a good first step toward working on the allergies. You can also spray it on areas where he is chewing to provide some relief. Be aware that you might need to use a larger dose or treat for a while to help detoxify the body because of the amount of drugs that have already been used. In addition, there are a few other products that I use if allergies are severe: a good quality fish oil supplement, extra vitamin C with quercetin, bromelain, and probiotics. The Derma-IonX will also help the body to utilize all of the nutrition better. Sometimes feeding a grain-free diet can be helpful until the body has had time to heal. I would start with the Derma-IonX and add the other items in as you need to.



Please let us know how you do and if we can help you further.

Best wishes,
Dr Char

Dr. Char Wilson, DVM Health Coach answered
October 17, 2009 at 4:04 PM
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