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Please help!! - Constantly itchy

Discussion in 'Doberman Puppies' started by L7weenie, Jul 6, 2019.

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  1. Saskdobie

    Saskdobie New Member

    I would also strongly recommend Purina Pro for sensitive skin and stomach. It's a salmon/rice base. It has a probiotic already added and we've had a lot of success with it, although our pooch's problem was muzzle acne and an extremely sensitive digestive system. She arrived 6 months ago from a kennel that had a documented worms infestation a year ago.

    There's a very similar thread on dobermanchat.com specifically about caring for fawns that you might also find useful:
    https://www."another board"/puppy-corner/306141-cda.html pay particular attention to dobebug's posts, she's very knowledgeable about fawns.

    If the change in diet doesn't do the trick, you could ask your vet about apoquel. Our other adult dobie has experienced extreme environmental-based itching for a couple of years now and it did wonders to reduce her itching.

     
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  2. L7weenie

    L7weenie New Member

    Thankyou so much!!
     
  3. L7weenie

    L7weenie New Member


    This link isn't let me click on it
     
  4. Saskdobie

    Saskdobie New Member

    Sorry, hopefully this link https://www."another board"/puppy-corner/306141-cda.html works.

    If the itching is already subsiding, it may have been caused by bathing the puppy. There's a couple of posts in that link that describe how to make a home made "freshener" solution so that the puppy's natural skin oils aren't disturbed.
     
  5. Saskdobie

    Saskdobie New Member

    Okay, as soon as I hit post reply the link address changed. It should be www. d o b e r m a n t a l k. com/ puppy-corner/306141-cda.html (the spaces are added because this website substitutes "another board" every time I try to post the actual link).

    You may have to make an account with the website, similar to this one, to be able to access the thread.
     
  6. L7weenie

    L7weenie New Member

    Okay! I will try that, I think I already have an account, so I'll check it out! Thankyou!

    The itching has subsided a ton, he's still a little itchy guy but nothing compared to what it was!
     

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