Week 7: Are External Irritants Causing Itching?
Modified on: Fri, 7 Apr, 2017 at 11:38 AM
Dinovite GOAL: Wash away external irritants|
Thanks for sticking with us and the new routine. Starting Dinovite products is a 90 day process to seeing best results. You're roughly about 50 days in at this point.
Is your dog still itchy? Does he still smell? Has your dog been going through a purge? Dander, dust, outside irritants or even yeast on the skin or coat can all cause our dog to itch or smell. When our pets show external issues like mentioned, try giving them a bath. Washing your dog will help to rinse away the external irritants and temporarily will relieve your pet of the irritation on his skin and coat. Washing your dog with a shampoo that won't contribute to the irritations is key to this external relief.
Even with a good diet and other healthy changes, sometimes your shampoo needs a good revamping. DogOsuds is completely chemical free and so gentle you can bathe him as often as you want!
What makes up your dog's shampoo?
Something as simple as shampoo should be just that, simple and soothing. A dog has sensitive skin and when it is damaged it is even more fragile.
Here at Dinovite, we use the highest quality, organic saponified oils as the base for our DogOsuds shampoos. To this, we add therapeutic grade essential oils specifically chosen for their therapeutic and healing properties. We do not add "fragrances" or "aromatherapy grade" essential oils.
DogOsuds and its wonderful therapeutic essential oils could be a great tool to bring soothing comfort to a miserable pet. A combination of beneficial oils for the skin and coat that also do double duty as a natural pest repellent.
Read More on what makes DogOsuds so special...
Now that you know how special DogOsuds are compared to other dog shampoo's on the market, how do you make the choice of what DogOsuds would be the most beneficial for your pet's need? Read More about how to pick your favorite DogOsuds.
Special Note: Only the Unscented variety of DogOsuds is suitable for cats. Some studies indicate of the possible side effects of essential oils on cats. Don't take any chances with your furry friend!
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