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My dog’s story- adopted him from the local animal shelter and within months he becomes an allergy dog. Spent thousands and countless vet visits before he went to a dermatologist. Atopica was the first treatment option and he developed two different tumors on it. Finally got him a chronic yeast infection, with maybe four flare ups a year with the weekly allergy shot. Moved him from NC to WA and he flared up so badly – paws swollen and ulcerated, bowel movements of only blood, we made the decision to put him down. The vet asked us to try one more thing – Apoquel. He has only been on it for five days but it is a miracle drug. I have read the potential side effects and have decided even if he has a shorter life due to his body not fighting off cancer cells, it is worth it. Atopica worried me more since it was originally intended for humans.

I would highly recommend using fresh aloe directly from the plant on hot spots, and the elephant type skin areas along with the ACV. Both tend to break up the yeast. We also have used the red light laser treatment for healing. Both have beautiful coats by the way. We use Orvus shampoo which has gentle healing characteristics, whitens is easy to rinse out; have used it for 40+ years on horses and dogs. You could even mix it with a little blueing to give white and silver dogs that incredible bright look. Will check in in a month or so to update the yeast issue. As for the hound with the cancer tumor, we just found two more lumps that are small and will be removed promptly. Fortunately just under the skin.

The shots definitely helped A LOT with Elsie, but we still need to take steps to minimize the allergens in our home. Elsie is also allergic to dust – which often means dust mites. We’ve found that using dust mite covers on our mattresses and pillows helped us, so if Napoleon sleeps near your bed, it’s possible it could help him too. You’ll want to regularly wash Napoleon’s bedding too. The dehumidifier is also supposed to be very good at keeping down the mites – we use ours throughout the year, as we live in a pretty humid climate. Keeps down mold too (another allergen). I guess there isn’t one right answer, we all just need to try to find the best combination of steps that works for our pet and our family.

I’m a veterinarian in FL so allergies in dogs and treatment for them comprise the larger part of every one of my working days. I’m responding to the last iaragraph of the initial post…..fish oil as a source of omega-3 fatty acids can help reduce itch in your dog, this is true. Olive oil is not an option for this purpose and will only fatten your dog. Depending on the breed of dog (some are more predisposed than others) you can actually cause pancreatitis by adding olive pile to the food and I want to help you avoid this.

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I’m a veterinarian in FL so allergies in dogs and treatment for them comprise the larger part of every one of my working days. I’m responding to the last iaragraph of the initial post…..fish oil as a source of omega-3 fatty acids can help reduce itch in your dog, this is true. Olive oil is not an option for this purpose and will only fatten your dog. Depending on the breed of dog (some are more predisposed than others) you can actually cause pancreatitis by adding olive pile to the food and I want to help you avoid this.

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