Having a pet improves our well-being. Since our pets do so much for us, we need to take care of their needs. ProCare Nutritional Treats for Dogs and Procare Shampoo for Dogs, Cats, and other pets.
The perfect nutritional supplement for mans best friend!
Treat your dog to the vitamin packed, lip smacking, tail wagging, beef flavor of ProCare Nutritional Treats for Dogs. ProCare Nutritional Treats are a complete balanced supplement packed with 8 essential vitamins and 9 essential minerals to give your dog adequate nutrition. Plus they contain no artificial colors, flavors, or fillers, so they are easy for dogs to digest—young and old.
Give your pets coat a light lustrous shine!
ProCare Professional Pet Shampoo cleans the toughest messes your dog or cat gets into. Plus, ProCare Shampoo is enriched with three skin soothing, natural essential oils including cedarwood, eucalyptus, and pure Melaleuca Oil, to help soothe your pets itchy sensitive skin. And ProCare is gentle enough to use on puppies and kittens 6 weeks of age or older.
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our 5 year old pom pet is a poor eater. she refuse to eat by herself.
we feeds her in syringe with out needle.twice a day.ie.too rice and milk only Now she has skin problems.and we treats her for the same.now she has breathing problem too..The doctor advised us not to feed her with syringe. we stopped. now she started taking a little bit rice and one egg daily. But suddenly she is drinking lot of water. that too in this winter.why?please help me.
She could be dehydrated. You should ask your Dr. also re. symptoms of Diabetes, such as a fruity smell to the breath, increased urination , can’t recall the rest. Are there control issues at your house? I only ask because an environment where things are either out of control or one or more people are tending to over-control, that is a perfect set-up for eating disorders. Food & it’s consumption ( or lack thereof) becomes the one thing the child can have some control over. You’d better seriously lookinto this with someone with expertise in this field, be safe.
Learn more about pet’s skin conditions.
I have been researching online and have not been able to find a detailed explanation of what my Blue Bully is experiencing w/ his current symptoms. He is 1 1/2yrs and has been treated for mange as a puppy w/ baths @ vet and painful ivermectim injections. They did work and his constant scratching/ hairloss subsided for a few months at a time. He is solid blue w/ a few white marks on his chest- 60lbs and a very handsome boy and is constantly having skin irritations. Most recently I bathed him w/ his vet prescribed shampoo for sensitive skin and he has a red rash around his belly button about 1″ diameter and it looks irritated and swollen. Sometimes he has the small red sores on his feet/ ankles and “dog acne” under his chin. I have two pit males both w/ chin acne b/c they are constanly playing and romping around so I use chlorhexiderm flush to clean areas. Both have pet ins. but I would like to know what my blue pit may be allergic to? Any help or website suggestions w/ info?
My daughters pit has the same problem (itching and hair loss). Her vet has been unable to determine the cause. She has not changed anything (food, location, laundry soap, and other possible allergens) yet her dog keeps losing hair. We have come to the conclusion that it is stress based. Is there something going on in the household that could cause your dog to be stressed? Dogs can be very sensitive to unusual (to them) circumstances and many manifest this in their health. I would rule out any changes made in their physical environment first then look at any psychological stressors that may have occurred. Good luck!