Dog Health Treatment & Advice : How to Treat & Prevent Your Dog’s Dry, Itchy Skin

I just found this pet related video on YouTube … and thought you might enjoy it!

YouTube Description

To treat and prevent a dog’s dry, itchy skin, which are usually caused by external parasites or allergies, provide a high-quality food, keep them bathed regularly and add fatty acid supplements to their food. Brush a dog’s fur regularly and apply topical preventative flea medicine withhealth information from a veterinarian in this free video on pet care. Expert: Dr. Aimee Beger Bio: Dr. Aimee Beger works for McClintock Animal Care Center in Tempe, Ariz. Filmmaker: Ryan Quinn

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7 Responses

  1. morbidsikness
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    This Video Is Dumb Who Did Not Know This Is An Idiot!

  2. legg0mymegg0
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    ^^^who gives a *uck…….shes hot haaha

  3. Tebok73509
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    LMAO, well your the one who clicked on it even though the title explains clearly what it is about. Also, getting so angry of a video like this, you need serious help.

  4. morbidsikness
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    LOL WAS I ANGRY? i dont think i was i was just pointing out that this is common sense!

  5. L3ft2D13
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    The best thing to me to apply to the animals skin when dry from being itchy from w/e reason is MINERAL OIL it is gr8 they feel wonderful as soon as its put on-instant relief and its safe if they lick it 2 it would actually be good 4 them since it is intended for lubricating the stomach I never live without it

  6. brownsfan1980
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    what do you consider a high quality food

  7. stubsfahey87
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    @L3ft2D13 this might be a stupid question but is there any brand names for mineral oil? thanks.

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