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Skin and Coat
Allergy (Atopy) Treatment Options for Cats Benefits of Giving Your Pet Fish Oil (Omega 3) Benefits of Giving Your Pet Fish Oils & Fatty Acids Caring for Your Pet's Skin and Coat Choosing a Pet Shampoo for Your Dog or Cat Common Causes of Your Pet's Persistent Itch Do Dog and Cats Need Calcium? Eliminating Pet Odor Finding a Lump or Wart on Your Pet Fly Control for Your Dog How Often Should you Wash your Dog? How to Bathe Your Dog How to Choose the Best Shampoo for Your Pet How to Reduce Cat Hairballs How to Remove Skunk Odor from Dogs & Cats How to Treat 5 Common Skin Diseases in Pets How to Treat Your Dog's Bacterial Skin Infection Maintaining Your Dog's Skin and Coat Health Manage Your Dog's Itching Caused By Allergies Managing Your Cat's Dry Winter Skin Managing Your Dog's Dry Winter Skin Managing Your Dog's Skin Allergies Natural Remedies for Pets with Allergies & Atopy Pet Conditions That Benefit From Omega 3 Preventing and Controlling Pet Hair Loss Promote Healthy Skin and Coat in Your Cat Quick Itch Relief For Your Pet Reducing Your Dog's Shedding Remedies for Pets with Skin Allergies (Atopy) Remedies to Treat Pet Skin Infections Shampoos for Dogs with Skin Allergies Solutions for Your Cat's Skin Infections Top 4 Allergies in Pets Treating Your Horse's Skin Problems Treating Your Pet's Hot Spots Understanding Demodectic Mange (Red Mange) What Causes Pet Odor? Which Skin Supplements Are Best for My Pet? Why Do Dogs Shed?

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Quick Itch Relief For Your Pet

Relieve your pet's itching

Use topical sprays and a moisturizing shampoo to quickly relieve redness, inflammation, and itching of the skin.

Protect against fleas and the diseases they may carry

Even though fleas may not be the current cause of your pet's itching, it's always best to protect your dog or cat from these parasites. Plus, some flea medications also protect against other insects like mosquitoes and ticks which can contract Lyme disease and heartworms. (See product labeling for specifications.)

Reduce allergy symptoms

Allergic reactions to the environment may also be a cause for your pet's itching. If this is the case, your veterinarian may recommend giving your pet an antihistamine to reduce itching symptoms.

Supplement your pet's diet with omega 3

Some pets may also itch due to allergic reactions to the type of food they eat. Many commercial pet foods lack essential fatty acids that help maintain skin and coat health. Consider supplementing your pet's daily diet with Omega 3 to restore your pet's shiny coat and help reduce inflammation of the skin. (Note: If your pet is allergic to fish, please do not give your pet any Omega 3 supplement.)

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Does your pet have a hard time taking pills? Try these methods to giving your pet his or her medication.
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