Skin problems for dogs are one of the biggest issues that almost every dog owner will face at one point or another.

Many health issues will appear via your dog’s skin. I know, because for the first couple of years of my life as a dog owner, I too struggled with my dog’s skin.

I’ve learned a great deal over the years on what works for the skin and what doesn’t. Quite honestly, it’s pretty easy.  It’s just a matter of doing the right things, but first you have to know what the right things are.

Wasting Your Money at the Veterinarian’s Office

I spent and wasted more money at the veterinarian’s office trying to correct scratching, chewing and other skin related issues while never realizing that the vet was only treating the symptoms and not the real problem. With the high cost of veterinary care, I knew that I needed to get a handle on things myself before they took me broke!  That was thirty years ago and I’m proud to say that I certainly have a handle on what it takes to naturally care for your dog’s skin and keep it in a healthy state.

What I learned along the way was that it just takes a few simple steps to keep your dog itch and scratch free. A few simple steps to keep their skin conditioned, free of yeast, parasites and dirt. Clear steps for eliminating skin infections, digestive issues that effect the skin, allergies, yeast issues, parasites as well as other skin problems and disorders.

I wrote this book in an effort to help other dog owners out there struggling with how to help their own dog the book is completely FREE. Over 75 pages of caring for your dog’s skin and correcting any existing problems.

I’ve included everything from diet and nutritional needs, allergies, grooming needs, holistic treatments, recipes and so much more. It’s yours FREE and I would love to hear your feedback, whether good or bad.

What You Get

Sign up for your free copy of “Dog Skin Problems – A Blueprint To Correcting Dog Skin Issues” now and receive ongoing tips and advice on how to maintain your older dog’s health in general and get his skin in order once and for all!  I don’t bombard you with emails daily.  You will receive maybe 4-5 emails a month from me and I only share quality content that I know will be useful for my readers.

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  • Karen Mitchell

    Seeing so many people with the same problem and it all boils down to their immune system. Need help?
    Have a facebook account? Look up my group “As Nature Intended” ..
    If your feeding a processed pet food diet to your pet, and your dealing with health issues as mentioned on this page, then you really need to change something before it’s too late! I’m always accepting new members expressing their concerns for their pet/s. I’m forever reading the quote “If only I had known before what I know now”

  • Carol Grossi

    I have several Bichons (8) some are bothered with tear stain and some are not.
    I feed my dogs Flint River Ranch Lamb and rice millet.
    I mix this food with different greens in a food processor and will add different meats. They all injoy their food, good stool, good all round health. Only problem is this tear staining. Can you recommend a product I could put in their food that would correct this problem. OTHER THAN ANGEL EYES, Have too many dogs to have to apply something on a daily base.
    I give them a NuVet supplement.

    • janie knetzer

      Hi Carol:
      Tear stains can be caused by both nutritional deficiencies and/or allergies. One of my favorite companies makes a natural product that you simply add a few drops of the product to the dog’s food. While there are a lot of products out there that claim to work for staining, most don’t. Natural Wonders backs up their products with a guarantee. They are one of the few companies that I regularly endorse.

      Anyway, here’s a link if you want to check it out.

      Hope this helps.

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