A dog with dry skin should be shampooed with a moisturizing shampoo, and once dry, the dog should be brushed with a soft-bristle brush. Discover the benefits …
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As a professional groomer you are on the right track, but…leave in conditioners can leave product buildup. Omega 3 and 6 is the most important supplement to give a dog with dry itchy skin. Any dog foods like Purina, Pedigree, Beniful, Kibbles n Bits..are all contributors to skin issues. If any grains are in the dog food..stay away! Taste of the Wild is the greatest dog food out there that is affordable and they eat less, stay fuller longer, and its great for the dogs skin and coat.
Another great raw food is K9 from New Zealand they say that they have based it on the natural diet of the wolf in the wild.
We don't sell this but are currently formulating a natural shampoo especially for dogs with Manuka hydrosol and coconut cleanser.
Fromme grain free dog food is good ^ healthy for allergic dogs//
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Oatmeal shampoos are great; however, bathing dogs too frequently will only cause and contribute to dry skin. I try to bathe our dogs no more than once every 4-6 weeks. If you have a dog that has dry, flaky skin, what you need to do is add some healthy fatty acids to your dog's diet in the form of either fish oil capsules (human grade ones are just fine) or raw, unrefined coconut oil (our dogs get both). The coconut oil can also be used topically by applying it directly to your dog's skin and coat as sort of like a leave-in conditioner. It's extremely moisturizing. The condition of your dog's skin and coat ultimately depends on the dog's diet. Stay away from crap foods like Dog Chow, Ol' Roy, Beneful, Pedigree, Alpo, etc. Those are pure junk with very little nutritional value. Basically, avoid all dog foods that you would find in a regular grocery store and never use a food that doesn't have a named meat as the very first listed ingredient. We feed our dogs Pro Plan Sensitive Skin & Stomach, which is a salmon formula. Our dogs don't have any skin or stomach issues, but we love the ingredients in this food and our dogs' coats look absolutely phenomenal on it. We've been using it for many years with fantastic results. If you have a dog who has chronic skin issues, then you really should have your vet run a full thyroid panel, because hypothyroidism is fairly common in dogs and can cause many skin and coat issues.
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