All of the products are 100% natural so that they can be used on a daily basis, partially compensating for the prolonged use needed for tangible effects to appear. The products come from well known and tested brands, with millions of satisfied customers who can vouch for the products, so don’t be afraid to try them out – they will certainly be beneficial, even a little. However, don’t count on them to heal inflammations and fungal infections, as they are not meant for such a thing. For that, you will need to seek council with your physician.
Skin testing is the gold standard for determining what your dog is allergic to. This is generally done by a veterinary dermatologist. Blood tests for allergies are also available. These may not be as accurate but can be very valuable and do not require a referral to a dermatologist. If your dog needs more than occasional steroids or antihistamines to control itching, hyposensitizing with allergy injections can help about 75 percent of allergic dogs. You need to be willing to invest a bit in the diagnosis and treatment, and you need to be willing to give the injections . It can take many months for the dog to improve.