Pets need no longer suffer from the perils of uncomfortable scratching as a dog shampoo for itchy skin aims to soothe the coats of Britain’s scratching pets. As recently covered in the UK’s largest pet business directory, the dog shampoo for itchy skin from Perfect Pet Skin is a product that many dog owners will benefit from.
But before you treat, you must find out why your dog’s skin is itchy – it could be because of hot spots on your dog’s skin, it could be an allergic reaction to something in the home, or it could simply be seasonal or as a result of shedding.
K9 Magazine recently discovered via an online test sample, that thousands of their readers were searching for information on how to stop dogs shedding.
More than 4,000 people have accessed K9 Magazine’s tip sheet on dog shedding and vet nurses have claimed that more of their customers are seeking advice and information on products that help dogs with coat conditions.
Vets are keen to stress that an itching dog should first be examined for parasites and other skin conditions, but access to a specialist product designed to ease the skin from itching and irritation can help pets in the short term and over a longer period.
K9 Magazine’s associate publisher, Charles Vincent:
“We’re always keen to hear and observe what pet problems are troubling our readers. When we noticed just how many people were accessing our articles on dog skin care, particularly topics on dog shedding, we felt it would be important that all pet owners get access to quality information on various products and treatments for dog skin care. Obviously we always recommend dog owners speak with their vet who can access first hand information, but it’s very important for our readers to get up to date information on what’s out there in terms of products specially designed to assist with a wide variety of pet health problems.”
K9 Magazine conducts regular reader surveys and monitors pet industry trends via one of the most popular dog related websites online.
Useful Link: To find out about any dog skin conditions
Distributed by Frances O’Haram on behalf of petbuzz :: social media for pet brands.
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