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DERMACTON Reviews: Dog with Atopic Dermatitis

Treating dogs with Atopic Dermatitis June 20th, 2014,Tessa, my 5 year old Scottish Terrier has chronic Atopic Dermatitis and has been suffering with this since she was 1 ½  years old.  Her symptoms started with a scaly rash, then gradual hair loss, with ear and secondary infections on her skin. She was miserable with constant scratching causing open oozing wounds with a bad odor. The vet prescribed antibiotics and Benadryl tablets at first, and when her symptoms came back, diet changes, Ketoconazole and medicated shampoos to treat the fungus/yeast infections. This was the cycle that we were in until I witnessed Tessa having a seizure. The vet recommended steroids (with very serious side effects that I was totally against) and with that I decided to search out holistic healing alternatives. I found a homeopathic vet, who had me prepare all Tessa’s food from scratch, bathe her with natural products, supplements added to her diet  and a natural remedy given once a month. Te…