If your dog has been scratching their skin too much, you can use three different remedies to stop the itching in your dog to make your friend feel better and prevent infections and allergies in the skin of your dog. In this video, you will discover some ways to help your dog with the itching.
You probably don’t know that there are some things in your kitchen right now that will help you and make a big difference in decreasing the level of itchiness also known as pruritus.
The first one is the coconut oil, this oil is marked as antibacterial and one study they found with people is that coconut oil was applied topically to a person who’s got a skin infection. A skin infection or allergy can be kinda common in dogs. With this oil, you will help your dog and reduce 95% of the bacteria population.
So this is a great antibacterial and many of our dogs have this skin problem. To apply this remedy you will need one or two tablespoons of hard coconut oil, find the area of your dog’s skin and cover it with coconut oil. Try to do this like 2 or 3 times a day.
Most of you probably will have this plant in your fridges and you have all used it, this plant has a lot of benefits for a dog who has red inflamed skin by his anti-inflammatory quite topically properties.
Cabbages contain certain ingredients especially once it’s crushed it releases specific anti-inflammatory properties. After you get the cabbage leaf you have to brush it and clean it. Then crush the ribs of the cabbage, you can use a rolling pin to break up because that’s what releases as a tinker.
Once it’s crushed it will look flattened and you will see some moisture and you can apply that topically onto the area of the affected skin, you can also use it as a compress for your dog like 20 minutes.
The last remedy maybe some you can have this in your kitchen as well. The sunflower oil has benefits are that it could be found to replace both the fatty layer that the skin loses in an allergy, so when the dog loses that protective barrier in their skin there’s breakdowns in the skin barrier.
Some of the pharmaceutical companies are now marketing products called ceramides, they are specifically formulated fatty acid compilations that help rebuild that skin barrier. You have to put it topically on the area of the affected skin, rub it throughout your dog’s coat.
This will help some owners with dogs that have a chronic allergic problem in the coat. Try it once a day and do it for a few weeks. After this, the dog will increase its fatty acid. It’s probably that your dog looks more greasy but it will feel a lot less itchy. You can also give this orally to your dog but in a small amount like a half tablespoon.