You’ve heard that peanut butter is one of the healthiest foods for humans. That may be true of our species, but it’s not necessarily true of your dog. Some dogs can eat peanut butter and walk away unharmed. But others develop incredible painful yeast infections just from eating peanut butter.
The ingredients in peanut butter cause this problem. Almost all peanut butters contain both natural and artificial sugars, which set the stage for yeast breeding. Trust us—peanut butter isn’t worth the risk!
If your pet already has a yeast infection, we have some good news. Our product, Skin-Eze, is the perfect remedy for your dog’s itching. It contains topical herbs for direct application to your dog’s skin that will relieve itching and help your dog calm down. We also sell treatment packs and capsules. Every dog is different. Some dogs like sprays, while other dogs prefer to receive capsules in treats. Just make sure that you don’t hide them in peanut butter!
It’s hard not to share our food with our beloved pets. But dog owners should treat peanut butter as a toxic substance. It causes your dog real harm and discomfort! Just like chocolate, there’s a chance nothing will happen, but there’s also a chance your animal will get sick. Instead of feeding your dog peanut butter and potentially causing a yeast infection, buy them manufactured dog treats instead. If you have to feed them human food, fruits, vegetables, and meats are the best choices. If you need to give your pup medicine, you can hide it inside a marshmallow or ground beef, which should satisfy them. And remember, if you pet does get a yeast infection, take the all-natural, holistic approach to healing them with AllergicPet.com’s products.
Like allergies in humans, dog skin allergies can develop at any point in a dog’s life. Dogs can develop allergies to pollen, medicine, mold, dust, bug bites, or even certain fibers like wool or nylon. With this long list, it might seem impossible to determine what’s causing your pooch to itch so badly. However, you can isolate variables and narrow down the possibilities. Watch and see when the itching or rashes get worse. For example, if your dog’s allergic symptoms get worse every time she goes outside, she may have a skin allergy to grass or another outdoor allergen. Likewise, if your dog goes into the damp basement and begins scratching like crazy, she might be allergic to mold.
Whatever the cause, it’s critical to get your dog diagnosed as soon as possible. Your dog’s discomfort can vary greatly depending on the exact nature of the allergy. In more serious cases, dogs will begin to lose hair and develop sores and infections. You should act early to prevent this awful situation. Take your dog to the vet! Veterinarians can match your dog’s symptoms to different allergies. The vet will prescribe treatment for your pet, and it’s critical that you follow that treatment. Remember, your dog can’t treat herself—she relies on you to take care of her!
In addition to the prescription from the vet, you may want to consider a holistic treatment. AllergicPet.com offers a wide variety of natural treatments for all kinds of pet ailments, including skin irritation. Our Skin-eze formula comes in both a pill and topical form. You can use it to soothe and relieve the symptoms of dog skin allergies. You can use it either in addition to your prescription medication, or by itself—but we highly recommend that you visit your vet. Dog skin allergies may seem small, but they could be an indication of a larger problem. You need the expertise of a veterinarian to get the full picture on your dog’s health.
Now that summer has rolled around and your dog will be outside more than ever, the possibility for dog skin allergies is high. If your pooch shows signs of allergies, invest in a holistic remedy today!
Digestive troubles are awful for your dog. Unfortunately, your dog can’t get relief from symptoms on his own—and he can’t exactly tell you what’s going on, either. Until you help him out, dog diarrhea will be a difficult problem for both of you. Not only can it lead to a mess inside your home, it’s embarrassing for both of you in public. It can ruin your clothing, furniture, and carpeting—and let’s not even talk about the smell.
Many things can cause dog diarrhea. Sometimes your dog will eat something he shouldn’t have, or he’s made a dramatic change in diet, like a switch from dry to wet food. Your dog could even have emotional stress caused by a move or time spent in a kennel. All of these things can upset digestion.
Fortunately, relief is in sight! Diar-eze is an all-natural digestive aid that restores balance to your pet’s system. Since it comes in both a spray formula and in granules, it’s also incredibly easy to use! Simply add a single tablespoon of the granules to each meal for medium and large-breed dogs and a teaspoon for smaller dogs. For an even easier solution, use three pumps of Diar-eze spray in the water bowl. You can order either one from the AllergicPet.com store. Or, get both in the Diar-eze Full Treatment Pack and use them together to relieve all your dog’s symptoms and regulate his digestion. The best part is that Diar-eze can even be used in conjunction with any traditional medication your veterinarian prescribes—and since it’s all natural, Diar-eze has no side-effects!
Diar-eze is made from a powerful formula of both soluble and insoluble fiber. These ingredients help bind excess liquid in your dog’s digestive tract and normalize bowel movements. The formula also includes trace minerals and all-natural plant enzymes to help your dog absorb nutrients from his food. Get Diar-eze today! Your dog will feel better, and you can both get back to a life without the hassle of dog diarrhea.
Cats are notoriously independent. They’ll do what they want, when they want—you just supply food and water. But cats can’t handle everything on their own. Sometimes, they need your help. If your cat has gotten into something and now has a case of cat constipation, he needs your help! But your feline friend can’t tell you this, and you might have a hard time spotting the symptoms.
How to Spot the Symptoms
If you suspect that your cat is constipated, look for these telltale signs. First of all, check out your cat’s posture. A constipated cat will hold himself in an unnatural or hunched posture. You can also watch for vomiting, poor appetite, and lethargy. Cats with constipation may avoid the litter box—or they may visit frequently without actually doing any business. You might also hear your cat make sounds of discomfort.
A healthy cat should have a bowel movement at least once a day—possibly more often, depending on his diet. Older cats or those who’ve recently been ill may go longer between bowel movements, but this time should never extend beyond 48 hours.
The Causes of Cat Constipation
Many things can cause cat constipation. Dehydration and intestinal blockage from hairballs or foreign objects are two common causes. Your cat could also get too much or too little fiber in his diet. Stress can also cause cat constipation. Things like moving, the presence of another aggressive pet, or environmental factors affect pets just as much as humans—possibly even more.
Use Lax-Eze to Relieve Cat Constipation
If you cat has any of these symptoms, begin treatment with our Lax-eze anti-constipation aid. It comes in both granules and liquid form, or in a full treatment pack that includes both a 10oz jar of granules and a 2oz bottle of liquid for severe or frequent cases constipation.
Since Lax-eze is all natural, you don’t have to worry about it interfering with any of the medications that your vet prescribes. The formula is completely safe. You can use it either alone, or in combination with traditional veterinarian-prescribed medication. Lax-eze is perfect for regulating and normalizing your cat’s digestion and relieving his constipation. Plus, it’ll make his coat healthier and give him more energy. Get Lax-eze and relieve your cat’s constipation today!