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My dog is itchingI have a Dachshund. Can you recommend anything for his itching? Also, what type of supplements should I give him…

My dog is itching

I have a Dachshund. Can you recommend anything for his itching? Also, what type of supplements should I give him for his joints? My dog is 8 years old. Thank you John

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Hot spot and ear infections (yeast)I am going crazy trying to figure out what to do about my 3 year old Boston Terrier male's hot…

Hot spot and ear infections (yeast)

I am going crazy trying to figure out what to do about my 3 year old Boston Terrier male's hot spot. He has had recurrent ear infections, so we put him on Royal Canin Hydrolyzed protein diet kibble (soy based protein). His stomach issues cleared up and he is basically healthy. But after the ear infections (3 of them since November) when he was treated with a variety of meds from the vet and the infections cleared up, he started to lose hair on the backs of his ears. It isn't getting worse, and some has grown back a little, but it still isn't great. Concurrently, he has had a red hot spot off and on since January, which I've been treating with Muracin ointment. The spot gets better, and then three or four days later, it can re-appear, and spread and looks red to light pink in color. I took him to a Dermatologist who scraped and did a culture for ringworm, but it's still coming and going, and he does not have ringworm. Now I'm thinking he has some sort of environmental allergy, or maybe an allergy to the soy in the hyperallergenic food! I am so confused. By the way, this red spot is NOT itchy, nor does it seem to be at all painful. Is that typical of a hot spot?

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Relief for my dogs irritated skin from flea infestationWhere can I get the Derma-IonX for dog's skin irratation?

Relief for my dogs irritated skin from flea infestation

Where can I get the Derma-IonX for dog's skin irratation?

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No change in itching with Derma-IonxI have been giving Gini this product for over 3 weeks. I started giving her slightly over the recommended dosage,…

No change in itching with Derma-Ionx

I have been giving Gini this product for over 3 weeks. I started giving her slightly over the recommended dosage, but this product has not made a difference in Gini's itching. The ONLY thing that appears to make a difference are sprays with Hydrocortisone in them. I spent over $100 on your product, taking a chance based on your submitted reviews. Are you only publishing the GOOD reviews? I'm willing to listen to any advice. I want her to stop itching for good! Otherwise, I'd rather return this product for a refund.

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Dog has skin inflammationOur french bulldog has allergies (Vet). Suggested giving her allergy tabs. The folds in her face are always red and…

Dog has skin inflammation

Our french bulldog has allergies (Vet). Suggested giving her allergy tabs. The folds in her face are always red and seems to be spreading. Always rubbing her face on the rug, paws and fence outside sometimes. She seems to have little patches on her body now and has rash but her anus and under tail too. Have been using hydro- cortizone cream and every other cream you can think of but worried about it being near her eyes. Have non-aller baby wipes to keep skin clean. She is on concrete with her bedding and only in grass to go to the bathroom. If too warm outside, she comes inside in the a/c. Please help. At wits end.

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My dog is itching a lotMy 18 month old min schnauzer scratches a lot, and has been for last 5 months. No sign of skin…

My dog is itching a lot

My 18 month old min schnauzer scratches a lot, and has been for last 5 months. No sign of skin issue. Our vet put her on prednestolone and a half of a 5mg tablet stopped the itch. The vet is reluctant to keep prescribing the tablet and wants to do tests which are costly. Just wondering if your product might help.

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Itchy skin on dogMy 4 Yr. M/n Pom has itchy skin, especially on back. His coat is shaved..is on Thyroid and Vet has…

Itchy skin on dog

My 4 Yr. M/n Pom has itchy skin, especially on back. His coat is shaved..is on Thyroid and Vet has him on Zyrtec also. We have just moved to Florida from Colorado. Can your Derma-IonX work for my pup??

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Pet has DandruffNot sure what the little white specs are look like dandruff. She is not scratching so I'm guess she is…

Pet has Dandruff

Not sure what the little white specs are look like dandruff. She is not scratching so I'm guess she is not itchy. Dry skin? What can I do naturally, a little olive oil rub? Yikes, not sure I could get it off of her! Please Help.

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Dog has Itchy SkinWhat do you recommend for itchy skin for a Shih Tzu?

Dog has Itchy Skin

What do you recommend for itchy skin for a Shih Tzu?

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German Shepard ItchingOur German Shepard is 3 years old and has constant itching. We have her on Origin 6 fish, no grain,…

German Shepard Itching

Our German Shepard is 3 years old and has constant itching. We have her on Origin 6 fish, no grain, and spray her daily with Epi-pet, to try to eliminate what may be causing her itching. Every six months it gets so bad we have to take her to the vet and they give her steroids and antihistamine. It clears it up for a short while but comes back again. We were considering Derma-IonX but wanted to make sure it would be good for her. Please let us know your thoughts. Thanks.

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Dog has itchy, dry skinInterested in your product to help itchy dry skin on dog - but my dog is 3 times larger than…

Dog has itchy, dry skin

Interested in your product to help itchy dry skin on dog - but my dog is 3 times larger than the one discussed in the 4 oz sample size dosage. I don't want to have to give him large doses to compensate.

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Cat is ItchingOur cat is still itching every day, it is on Dia-IonX. We switch her to wet food per your suggestion.…

Cat is Itching

Our cat is still itching every day, it is on Dia-IonX. We switch her to wet food per your suggestion. What do you think will help her to stop itching? What about shampooing her?? and how often to you shampoo cats??

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Can a cat have dandruff?We just started noticing what looks like dandruff on my cat. Is this possible? He isn't scratching or anything like…

Can a cat have dandruff?

We just started noticing what looks like dandruff on my cat. Is this possible? He isn't scratching or anything like that. Should I take him to the vets?

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A miserable itchy dogI have a Collie and perhaps Australian Shepherd mix that began to have itchy skin about two years ago. (He's…

A miserable itchy dog

I have a Collie and perhaps Australian Shepherd mix that began to have itchy skin about two years ago. (He's six). I took him to the vet...they put him on Cephalexin and Prednisone. The Cephalexin seemed to clear up the problem rather quickly, but as soon as the medication was gone the itchiness and flaky skins rather quickly returned. The Prednisone seemed to curb the itchiness to some degree but made him put on weight by leaps and bounds. They tried changing his diet...didn't work, put him on thyroid pills...didn't change anything... bathe him in medicated shampoo...still had problems. He is now eating Zero grain dog food and seems to enjoy it. He does eat occasional Kirkland dog biscuits which I just recently realized that the first ingredient is wheat. Just last night we received your Derma-IonX and have started him on that although I didn't have distilled water. I'll get that as soon as I can. Do you have anymore suggestions? My poor dog is miserable. Perhaps natural dog treats? Something is crazy...we never had problems like this twenty years ago. Thanks! Robyn

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