Many animal owners are familiar with the signs of their pet’s dermatological issues: red patches, non-stop licking and chewing, prolonged scratching, etc. With so many outward signs, identifying a problem isn’t always an issue, but finding a remedy can be a whole different story.
Dogs, for example, can experience skin irritation for several reasons, including:
- Seasonal allergies
- Insect bites, such as fleas and mites
- Some chronic diseases
It’s always a good idea to talk to your vet about any prolonged irritation; however, there are also many things you can do at home to help your furry pals stop itching and feel better.
Natural Remedies for Dog Skin Irritation
Many pet owners begin their search for a remedy by visiting their local pet store, where there are abundant over-the-counter (OTC) solutions for itchiness and irritation.
However, some of those solutions can include chemicals and other ingredients that may not be safe for your pet, particularly over time. For that reason, many pet owners are turning to natural remedies to reduce or eliminate irritations and discomfort.
Though there are countless OTC itch-control alternatives, many of which include the exact ingredients we turn to for our own skincare. Apple cider vinegar and water, oatmeal baths, yogurt, baking soda, and even coconut oil can all help you and your dog put an end to skin irritations in addition to all-natural, alcohol-free products available at TRU47.
5 Reasons Why our Doggie Spritz Can Help Put an End to Your Dog’s Skin Irritations
TRU47 Doggie Spritz can be a reliable, natural remedy for your dog’s discomfort. Here are a few reasons why you may want to keep it in your dog-care kits.
1. Soothes Skin
Canine skin irritation can be a direct or indirect symptom of fungal or bacteria growth. As your dog continues to itch, chew, and lick, his or her already irritated skin can become a breeding ground for additional bacterial growth.
Silver’s antibacterial and antifungal properties can help soothe your dog’s skin by inhibiting further growth of bacteria and fungus. Our Doggie Spritz also includes pure essential oils, like lavender, for relief.
2. Aids in Healing
Silver’s role in medicine dates back to ancient civilizations that relied on silver for wound care, among other things. Today, silver maintains a role in modern medicine, and it’s often used in wound dressings. For your pup, this can translate to a faster healing process and happier skin.
3. Simple to Apply
Dogs are fantastic companions, but they aren’t always the easiest patient, which can make applying anti-itch pastes and creams messy, if not impossible. Doggie Spritz can be sprayed directly onto the affected area, making it quicker and cleaner than other solutions.
4. Safe for Humans
Topical solutions meant for dogs aren’t always great for humans, especially young children. Fortunately, our line of Silver Spritz products is safe for everyone in the family -- the young, the old, and the furry.
There are many products designed to treat a single ailment. Once the issue is resolved, you are often left with a half-used product that expires far before you need it again.
Doggie Spritz can be used to help your pup cope with various skin concerns, including minor cuts and scrapes - making it a multi-use product you can confidently add to your pet's first-aid kit. It can also be used to tame pet odor and keep your doggie smelling fresh and clean.
If your dog is suffering from skin irritation, finding a reliable remedy can be challenging. This is particularly true if you're hunting for a natural solution free of ingredients that can potentially irritate you and your pet.
Thanks to the power of silver, our Doggie Spritz can help your pup find relief and get back to being the happy, loving, and carefree family favorite.