What would you recommand? We have determined that it was not food related by the putting her on hypoallergenique food. In our vets opinion next step would be the serology test to determine to what she is allergique to and then probably desensitisation. Anyother options in your opinion?I would not use it as a first choice, but if you have tried other things and they have faild, go for it. Talk to your vet about it. Good luck
I'd have to cover her in vaseline from head to toewhen my dog was bothered by fleas i put a thick coat of Vaseline where he was chewing and it stopped him from chewing and untangled his hair where he had chewed it.
If you wish I can recommend an excellent shampoo for what your dealing with. YOu might have seen it on another thread "Eqyss Microtek shampoo and spray" I have used this extensively for the past year on my allergy dog and it has helped considerably with relief from itching and cleansing the skin. It won't dry out the coat either. I follow a protocol during flareups of washing every 5 days and using the spray once a day in between baths.Thanks for all your help! She's had surgery this morning for a thorn ACL so I think I'll see that she recovers for that and then concentrate on her allergy.
I think I'll try washing her more often, I tried washing less, thinking that washing to often would dry her coat, that obviously did not work, so I'll try the opposite. I'll also add some fish oil to her food, and try an other food. I really thought that z/d would manage food allergies... well I guess nothing is that easy...
I'd have to cover her in vaseline from head to toe