Adding some olive oil to your dog’s food can help keep their skin free from itching
Just like it does for humans with chicken pox, an oatmeal bath can soothe your dog’s itchy skin.
Reduce Dust in the Home
Change your furnace filters regularly and be sure to vacuum your home frequently to remove dust that may be triggering your dog’s itchiness
Ask Your Vet About Medications
If your dog develops itchy skin after being prescribed medications, ask your vey about whether or not your dog might be having a reaction to the medication
Avoid Hair Dryers
If you use a hair dryer on your dog after baths, the hot air may be drying out their skin. Instead, consider using a special towel designed specifically for drying you dog after a bath.
Having your dog groomed regularly helps get rid of dead skin and old hair which may be irritating your pups skin.
Omega-3 Fatty Acids
Supplementing your dog’s diet with plenty of omega-3 fatty acids can help keep their skin healthy.
Apple Cider Vinegar
Spraying your dog’s skin and paws with a 50/50 solution of apple cider vinegar and water daily can help relieve itching
Change Dog Foods
Your dog’s itchy skin may be caused by a food allergy so check to see if your dog’s food may be the culprit
Keep Your Dog Away from Allergens
Certain plants your dog may encounter outside, such as some types of grass can trigger allergic reactions and leave your pup itchy for days.
Use a Humidifier
Dry air inside the home can cause dogs’ skin to become dry and itchy especially during the winter with the heat being one, so use a humidifier to keep the air from becoming too dry.
Applying coconut oil topically or mixing some with your dog’s food can help keep their skin moisturized and itch-free.
A prescription for antihistamines may help relieve your dog’s itching
Check for Fleas
If your dog has fleas, treat their bedding and any rugs or upholstery in the house along with using flea collars or flea baths to be rid of them for good.