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I use it for my fibromyalgia too,You should research this stuff. I had no cavities at all on my dental visit. You can brush you a nd your dogs teeth with it too. Is your dog on a wheat free diet? Basically the rashes are an exterior symptom. My girl has the exact same issue. Nothing worked except coconut oil. I apply a full eye dropper shes 60 lbs between the shoulder blades just like you would flea drops.

The dogs skin mives the oils around on its own. I then use non latex gloves and put some on thr belly and underside of tail as their skin normally doesnt mive the applied drops to thos areas. She loves eating the oil from the dropper too lol.

My first time ever on a blog. I just went through sleepless nights, refusing the drug route to treat my Jack Russell.

The breed is prone to mites and Yeast infection. First, I thought it was mites, but after hours and hours of reading, I decided to also treat him for Yeast infection.

This was after the appearance of very red skin, hotspots the bumps and black pimples was already there. As he was a rescue, it was very difficult to gather and the process of elimination is very painful. He got a major fewer and shivering as the toxins were working out of the body. My main change was adding firstly to eliminate all starches from his food — this include potatoes, rice, sweet potatoes, carrots, peas and corn, all of which forms sugar strains and an environment yeast thrives on — so you have yeast on yeast growth.

Yeast is a spore like growth in the body. The second, very important thing was to add Coconut oil, both to food and on the skin. It is also important to wash your Jack Russel twice a week with a Medicated shampoo to wash the toxins off.

The yeast infection as well as mites have a cycle of living, breeding, dying and then shedding the waste into the skin. Then, put coconut oil on the skin. You can add a few drops of Lavender to it. He is not scratching but scratching after treatment can be a sign of healing, as long as it is not excessive. Be patient — sometimes it takes a few weeks of washing, changing diet and sitting up at night with a feverish dog, just giving TLC.

Also, one very important thing is to test the 5Step Thyroid glan — and you have to insist on this test with the Vet. I can write so much more, but this is my happy day, as my dog has broken the fever, the skin looks a bit flacky, but I know it is a sign of all the toxins that was released, washed away and not, Coconut oil to the rescue!!! Hope this will help you. I have a shih tzu who is allergic to many things and would get hot spots bacterial and fungal.

He would also get ear infections and eye infections. I started giving him a tablespoon twice a day orally and would rub on hot spots and put in his ears and it has helped him so much. With my shih tzu coconut oil in his ears helped to clear up faster than any antibiotic cream given by vet.

Be sure to use virgin coconut oil. You can get at grocery store. GNC has it and I like theirs the best. I sympathize with you on the allergy and itching problems, my cattle dog is having them himself. But yes, it is possible for her to be allergic to coconut, just as it is possible for you to be allergic to it as well.

I hope you two find relief soon! Yes, it is completely possible, just as it is in humans. My best friend is deathly allergic to coconut, in fact. Stop using it for about 1 month — 2 months, and see if her issues clear up. Try to remove the most common ones from her diet, one at a time.

I feed my cats coconut oil about twice a week. Their coats are shiny, and they are all very healthy. I like to use the coconut oil from Tropics Best tropicsbest. I have tried other coconut oils, but they seem to like this one the best. It is also unrefined, which is VERY important and it is virgin. I also have 5 cats, and they have large 1 gallon pails, so the coconut oil lasts longer! We started using coconut oil on my mom for dementia. And we saw immediate improvement.

She was able to email family members again, and was taking her medications without missing them. She was always such an excellent, sweet, smart dog, we hate to see her struggling. I just read your remarks on using coconut oil for your dog. Can you tell me how it is working?

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Ron, Have a 5 year old Cav. Mylo who a couple of times a year will get an itchy right eye to the point that he runs his face on the carpet resulting in opening the skin around the affected area. Been to the vet, but stumbled upon this post regarding Coconut Oil. Question, can I rub this in my hands and then apply to the skin around the eye? I had him on fish oil and took him off, thinking the Coconut Oil might be of more value.

I tried it and it works wonders! A teaspoon of it for ur dog to eat everyday makes the coat healthy, and made a huge difference in skin alleries on my dog. Melaluca honey health food store also works! My 5 year old Doxie has been scratching at his ears a lot over the last month or so. He scratches them so hard! The fur on his back has gotten really thin, and it seems like he is shedding like crazy he is a short haired doxie.

He also bites at his paws a lot! I am trying to get him into the vet this week…. When I look in I can see some brown dirt-like stuff in there. A friend of mine said she used coconut oil in her dogs ears before when he had a yeast infection in them. I am going to get a dropper to make it easier so I can get it The oil to run down into his ears.

He just ends up rubbing his face on the carpet and scratching at his ears after anyways! I just want him to feel better! I learned so much from the Shar Pei Community Group and unrefined, virgin coconut oil can be used in ears, paws, cuts, infections, and ingested for skin alleries…my dog had bad skin allergies, scratching, and chewing his paws…a teaspoon of coconut oil every morning, and within a month, his skin alleries have all but gone!

Put a little on a cotton ball, then apply down in ears. Have you ever had water in your ears? It sounds like yeast infection, which is what my dog suffered from. He told me benadryl will keep it from spreading, and it worked. After reading some forums from people who had success with it. Not as easy to apply to the feet, but in really hoping that adding the oil to his food will prevent it in the future and we can eliminate the benadryl all together.

I still feed him the coconut oil most days but if I forget for a while the dandruff starts to come back. Question about feeding — I have a jar of virgin coconut oil but of course it is solid … Do you melt it first before mixing it in the food? My dog is picky but he loves it. At first, he just licks the coconut oil, but then he will start eating the food.

I put a small amount of coconut oil on my hands and rubbed it on her coat. The scent instantly went away. Thank goodness as my house was starting to smell like her! The smells comes from yeast infections on your dogs coat and ears due to dog foods from the market, for they are made with all kinds of foods that have sugar and yeast grows from sugar. Many dogs are allergic to potatoes, wheat, gluten, flour, rice and these foods develop yeast infections. Any kind antibiotics also creates yeast in humans and dogs.

I went through it all with my dog Charly finally I started making him homemade food. I google what foods they could or not eat.

I just started rubbing coconut oil on my dogs teeth. He is 11 years old, the vet wants to clean his teeth. I was told not to let him at his age. I have tried brushing but no way will he let me brush them. He loves the coconut oil and I can rub it on his teeth. Any suggestions would be appreciated. Hi…Who told you that your dog should not have his teeth cleaned.

Has he ever had them cleaned by your Vet? If not, get a second opinion from another Vet just to ease your mind. I have 3 Miniature Pinschers…all rescues. Tartar that was so bad that one of the Pins lost 2 teeth. Like I said, my oldest just had hers done 3 weeks ago. Just as in humans, poor dental health can lead to a host of other health conditions and infections, no less the potential costly tooth extraction.

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I have read many articles on the benefits of supplementing my dogs diet with Coconut Oil. Th only concern I have is, the coats on a Wire Hair Dachie is supposed to be course and wirey. I am concerned that supplementing my dogs may soften their coats. Has anyone ever tried given Coconut Oil to any wire coated breeds, and if so what were the results? Anxiously awaiting for any responses.

Thanks Heather, Fish and the Sneakman! Hello, we put our dog Goldendoodle on the raw meat diet. We were first on kibble and dry treats, but after much research and consultation with a holistic vet, we went to the raw meat diet. We buy premade patties, and add veggies and currently hemp oil.

We had trouble with the dry kibble — she became itchy, ear infections all the time, chewing her feet. Antibiotics from the vet. When the vet suggested we put her on a kibble made from feathers, I kinda lost it. All the kibble is overprocessed by heat and heat destroys nutrients. Not to mention grains. We feed our dog elk, bison and duck patties, and duck and turkey necks, and raw meaty buffalo bones.

I read most of the comments on here are concerned with itching, yeast, ear infections. She dances around and barks and gets really vocal when we prepare her meals now, and she sure never did that before, not even close. I have my dog on an organic kibble with only 5 ingredients, hormone free, grain free, white potato free white potato adds to allergy problems and his health is so much better. Not a fan of raw. I have a lot of problems with my mix breed 60pounds.

Intestinal issues , Diarrhea. And it gets overwhelming searching for a Good kibble. They also have forums. They have a huge list which anyone can see. My 6 year old doxie is always scratching and chewing to where her skin on her belly is red and sometimes sores. Have taking her to the vet and she gets a shot of antibiotics. It lasts awhile, couple months and then its back. I bought Coconut Oil, its in solid, when rubbed beteween hands it becomes liquid.

I rub it one her and another doxie that has red bumps all over his belly. Can this be rubbed on their coat? Probably will be greasy but hair might soak it up to their skin? Start with a small amount and work it down to the skin with your fingers or a zoom groom.

My dogs love getting a coconut oil rub down. Yes, its wonderful for the coat. Rub it in after a bath. I have an aussie-lab mix , havent found virgin coconut oil locally yet , so bought some organic from local store …will it be as good for her? I found it better to purchase the unrefined extra virgin coconut oil that I use online. Vitacost charges around the same for a 16 oz jar. Use the same caution as with humans when trying something new — measurement and monitoring are key.

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If I have mg softgels, does anyone know the conversion rate for the teaspoon per pound? Hi, It would be around mg capsules to equal one table spoon. Hi, I am looking for help with essential oils for my chocolate lab who has allergies and keeps gnawing at her paws. She is four year old and the allergies started about 6 months ago.

The vet thought it might be an allergy to the food she was eating. She is still gnawing. Our yellow lab has same issue. It has after many years been diagnosed as yeast. Treating her yeast symptoms is helping greatly. Best way is to strip the food intake back to only your dog food and whole food dog treats no manufactured treats with grains and many strange ingredients … try dehydrated meats or carrots.

Then change one thing at a time… it usually takes a few meals to react. My bullmastiff now 13 started gnawing his paws and ultimately having seizures when he was about 2. After many diet changes, he has been a vegetarian for about 9 years and it has almost completely seizure free. I have found 2 brands that have truly vegetarian options: Wellness and Taste of the Wild.

Make sure you read the ingredients carefully on anything you choose; many so-called vegetarian options still contain chicken broth and chicken by-product! Hi, I would defiantly try the coconut oil directly on her paws and give it internally as well. Coconut is anti fungal and anti bacterial. It would also aide in her digestion. Probely allergic to grass. U need long sox on all fours hold them on with rubber bands each time u go out side.

Use main n tail lotion on paws. Ur dog will want to lick it off but correct ur dog. We had the same problem with our dog for years, always licking and chewing his paws. Went through antibiotics, prednizone, surgery to remove hair follicles, food changes.

He tested positive for every type of environmental allergy. The vet recommended an antifungal medication with terrible side effects. We eliminated all sugar from his diet no sweet potatoes, yams, etc. He was already on a raw diet but it had yams as an ingredient.

Found a great food.. Vital Essentials raw dog food and used Zymox cream on his paws, an all natural enzyme cream. His paws have never been better! He does still get ear infections from time to time so I am going to try the coconut oil! It might have worked on his paws too as it is not only antibacterial but antifungal as well. I hope you find a cure like we did.

I spend more on raw dog food my guy is lbs but less than I did at the vet! And try in his ears too! First I clean the ears as well as possible using damp Not soaking wet q tips. Dry with a tissue.

You can remove the calamine lotion in a day or so with damp q tips, or simply leave it until the next time you clean their ears.

One of the key ingredients is calamine lotion. Pellitol is not easy to acquire, it seems, but I found that just using the calamine lotion works just as well. I order the zymox cream online from amazon. They can supposedly lick it off with no adverse effects. For more info you can visit zymox.

In regards to the raw food we use…. It is called Vital Essentials. We get the frozen kind so have to buy it locally rather than online. If you go to vitalessentialsraw. So sorry, again,for the slow reply! Ordered more Zymox today! Hope it does the trick again! Might try to coconut oil too. Sounds like severe skin allergies. Dogs can have allergies to fleas, to their food, or to the environment.

Keep him on flea control and do a food trial with a perscription diet from the veterinarian of a hypoallergenic food. Doing the medication would be cheaper. If you are worried about him being cold in the winter keep him indoors! Or get him a doggy coat. Get your dog on a 9. My dog has the same problem and for her its yeast. Right now because the weather is warms she is flaring up really bad but get an anti-fungal from your vet to take by mouth and an anti-fungal shampoo.

You can buy antifungal shampoos, look for ingredients with either Ketoconazole or miconazole. I even used a horse antifungal shampoo at my local feed store which my vet said was good to use. But before you try any of this consult your vet to be sure its yeast. Sometimes just changing the food is all you have to do because it could just be a gluten allergy. It takes a month of treatment before I notice any difference on my girl.

I have a sheppard mix. I started off thinking it was just minor allergies and gave her some benedryl and it helped for about 2 nights…then just seemed to get worse. After trying many things, I believe she has dermatitis, and is allergic to one of the many grasses in Florida.

I JUST today gave her a medicated bath, changed her food to a grain free diet, AD ointment is doing wonders and I also shaved her down in order to prevent any yeast from growing after the bath.

I am still keeping up with the benedryl for now. I bought coconut oil today and plan on using it tomorrow morning, heck I use it all the time for myself for many things, I am sure it will benifit her as well!

Thank you for your time! Coconut oil is very soothing and has healing properties. The trick is to keep them from licking it off, because dogs love the taste. It could be a yeast infection. Becker is a proponent of coconut oil too.

Mine would constantly get hot spots, itchy spots, her fur would get extra oily and smell. She also had to take thyroid supliments. Also add 1 tsp of acv to her water daily.

She would try to get out of her bed and her back legs went out from under her. When I took her for a walk, every dozen steps or so her legs went out and when she tried to go to the bathroom, she fell over. I took her to the vet and she said it was old age, her hips were going out and there really was nothing I could do. It would only get worse. After coming across an article on the benefits of VCO, I immediately put both of my dogs on it. Building up to about a tsp.

After about 2 months I noticed that her legs were hardly going out anymore at all. Now, at almost 15 I have to say her health is amazing! Her energy level has skyrocketed and is like that of a dog half her age. Both my dogs love the taste too. I use Nutiva that I get at Costco. I truly believe that the coconut oil not only saved her life, but made for a much better quality of living for her.

I will always use and highly recommend giving to your doggies every day…even if nothing is wrong with them. This is very good information. I am now waiting for the cocoanut dog supplements to come out, or maybe they are already here. What products are out there with cocoanut in them you can give to your dog, i.

Just my opinion, but I have a 2 yr old Pom-chi rescue dog, and she just likes to lick it off my finger. I rub it on her paws and she licks that off too. It smells and tastes great for them.

This is pure as the driven snow. And its good for us too! I have never met a dog yet that does not like the taste. We have three greyhounds and have been giving them yogurt, pumpkin and fish oil as food supplements. The supplements have helped with the dry skin but not the flaking so much. If I start using coconut oil, should I keep them on the other supplements? We have a 9 year old boxer that was the runt of the litter and has always been really skinny.

He would eat all the time but never seemed to gain weight. We always thought that this was just normal and he was naturally thin. Finally we found out that he has acute pancreatitis and his body was not processing his food correctly. He was eating a ton, but just not keeping all of the nutrients. Our vet told us to put pancreatic enzymes and coconut oil on puppy food everyday, and within 2 weeks his ribs had already stopped showing.

It was like magic! His coat is better, and he seems to have much more energy. We will continue with this from now on. Just wanted to share our story in case someone else is having trouble with a skinny dog! We will be linking to this particularly great content on our site. Keep up the good writing. My miniature poodle has been suffering with skin disease for a few years. I had tried everything, fish oil, grain free, eliminating common allergy producing proteins like chicken.

Finally I started feeding him about a teaspoon of coconut oil daily for the past 6 weeks. His skin is completely cleared up. Wish I had tried it sooner. Hi My American Bulldog has a skin allergy, a friend told me to try coconut oil in his food and it can be rubbed on his skin. The vet said she has fungal infection, i tried pills, ointments, shots, malaseb shampoo, they are not working. Is VCO good for her? Please reply me, thank you. They all get coconut oil on their dry kibble. I also rub it on tbeir pads in winter.

You can even eat that. Obviously if you feel this way about vets then you have the wrong vet! She is a very holistic professional that always looks outside the box to see what is truly best for your animal. We have been very thankful to have found her and drive quite a distance with our 3 dogs, 2 Cocker Spaniels and an English Bulldog, just to see her! She is absolutely one in a million! Bonnie you made the case against vets with your own 1 in million remark that means there are NO GOOD vets left you have the only one Most Vets are just above clueless just walk in and see the food they are pushing holistic excepted its not al their fault its a hard profession as they have to deal with a range of differnt type animals.

You are lucky to have found a vet that you trust. Not everyone is able to do so. I travelled quite a distance to them. Fortunately I have learned much about medicine in that 50 years, and can guess as well as any of the vets in my area.

I started giving my dog coconut oil mixed with his raw diet about a week ago…for the past few days he has been turning his nose up at it or eating it and throwing the whole meal back up again. I am thinking maybe I started him on too much at once? I have been giving him a tablespoon split into 3 meals. At this time I am ready to do my breakfast, after having my breakfast coming again to read additional news. We have been to the vet numerous times over her life, with NO success.

Going to try the coconut oil, hope it helps!!!!!! We have also changed her food numerous times, with no success. Currently we are grain free. My Golden had that problem. I used Novalsan Otic for maintenance. But first have to get rid of it. I used prescription Panalog or Animax same drug. I have a labradoodle that had a yeast infection when we got him from the breeder. I tried all the treatments from the vet to no avail it did not go away. Did you bath her in it? My 3 yr old Cavalier King Charles Spaniel had yeast in her ears and vulva.

She had been treated with an antifungal prescription med. She also takes Coconut oil everyday. I read about your Cavalier King Charles Spaniel having a yeast infection, and for that I wanted to know if you had her spayed? If not, I strongly urge you to do so as I was unaware of the severe consequences it has on their uterus. My poodle was always having an infection and finally became extremely ill.

This particular time, she felt hotter than usual so I rushed her to the vet. I hate myself for not understanding and letting this happen for so long, but hopefully this may help. Another good reason to sterilize our dogs besides helping to try to curb the overpopulation of dogs and the killing of homeless ones.

They are more at risk to health problems when we keep them intact. My black lab has had the same problems till I tried this recommended by a friend and as seen posted on other sites: Your dog being white may get purple ears but it will go away.

You can also warm the solution, your dog will thank you First three days , flood ears twice a day and rub ears to work in solution then let him shake it out. Forth day, once a day drops massage in and wipe out with baby wipes. Do this for two weeks and then as needed going forward. I clean my boys once a week or so.

You will be amazed at the results. Try Zimox enzymatic solution with hydrocortisone. It has worked wonders for my dogs when nothing else has worked. I have used this product for over the past 17 years with my chows, Without exception the smell, yeast and other possible ear problems have been cleared up by this product.

I have recommended it to many different people with different breeds of dogs and they have all, without exceptions, raved about how it cleared up their dog ear problems. I hope you will not be the first one to find this product does not work for your dog. It is all natural chamomile, yucca, aloe vera, tea tree oil, clove oil and echinacea; calendula, clove, siltca,tea tree oil,aloe vera, chamomile, and echinacea.

My Wheaten has a similar problem and I have decided to try adding probiotics to his diet in addition to the coconut oil. There is a popular dog probiotic Probiotic Miracle on Amazon that has lots of great testimonials.

My petey hit 11 months old and started throwing up every day, lost weight and became dehydrated. Had numerous test done. Thousands of dollars later and two hospital stays. They put him on hill id which helped for a couple days. Wanted to put him or steroids but I refused. Did my own research cuz I was crying my eyes out over my little boy. Went to petco and dog digestive enzymes With probiotics and my boy did a total turn around. Only throws up once every couple months and looks healthy.

I also give him limited ingrediant Dog food, fish being first ingrediant. Happy healthy boy now since may of My dog has chronic yeast infections in her ears too. She has had it since we got her last may. I have tried everything from vets to hydrocortisone ear drops specially made for bacterial and yeast infections in ears from a high end pet store.

The drops seem to work enough to keep her from scratching but once we stop, it comes right back. Please any advice would be helpful. One of my dog suffered from frequent bouts of giardia, but ever since I switched to the Curry n pepper vegan kibble, she has been healthy and away from giardia or other gastro related problems.

The kibble contains coconut! Purchased them from etsy www. Another dog of mine suffered from a very dry coarse coat with itchy skin, I switched his diet to Curry n Pepper and started using their Balms…he now has a super soft coat and is itch free!!

Both these products contain coconut. My dog has been scratching for years. The vet suggested feeding him omega 3 fish oil for dogs. I tried the coconut oil topically and he is scratching much less. However I think he is still biting and licking at himself in places and vomited.

This happened twice several weeks apart. Can the coconut oil be making him sick? Can it cause pancreatitis because of the high fat content? My gsd dog is severly suffering from eczema diagnosd by vet. Hi Raja I know of a product that may help with the allergies! Hi Raja, Have you tried changing your dogs food? He may be allergic to wheat or the type of meat that is in what you feed him. Most dogs cannot tolerate wheat, corn, chicken, or beef.

My dogs both GSDs are fine with chicken, but one is not fine with beef. I have them on a lamb and rice kibble, along with a homemade meal of chicken, vegetable and rice. Best of luck, I hope you find something that will help your GSD. My 1 GSD can not have any Gluten, or beef as it causes his anal glands to ulcerate.

I buy the large pack of boneless chicken breast………. Will it change the effectiveness of coconut oil if it goes from a solid form to liquid and back to solid if I want to put it in a liquid form to change the containers it is in? Hi Kim, I know of a product that may help! Your dog may be allergic to something in her diet. Try going to a lamb and rice diet. Make sure she does not have anything with wheat in it, even her treats. Good site you have here.. I truly appreciate people like you!

I use Essential Oils on my dog all the time. A friend of mine who is a certified health coach recommends the gold label at http: Just make sure whatever kind you get is unrefined, extra virgin and organic. I am looking at getting some in the next week. We purchase our coconut oil in 5 gallon bins from wildernessfamilynaturals. We not only use it for cooking but for lotion on our skin as well as our dog. Our dog loves it!! She licks the spoon clean every time! I have a ten year a miniature pincher mix with chichaua.

She had a cyst on her hind leg, which was proturding and the hair had fallen off. I read on the internet about how coconut oil could help. I am a disabled senior.

I first cleansed the area with perioxdie, then proceed to numb the area with ice and insert a sterile needle into the skin to release the fluod wihtin the hard knot. Afterward, I applied a generous amount of coconut oil onto a bandage, covered the wound.

I also purchased a cone for the dog, to prevent her from removing the bandage and licking the area. Within two days, it started healing. Thank you very much!! He Is About 18 l7 Lbs. Be sure to buy cold pressed, virgin coconut oil, and in a glass jar.

When he came to us he smelled something awful and was full of hot spots. We took him to the vet and had him all worked up. And why we were at it we adding coconut oil to his food. Well after a long talk with our vet he had said there was no Evidence showing coconut oil helped in anyway and that fish oil would prob.

Be better for his joints and such. So we had stopped adding it to his food. Omg how awful was that idea! We keept the fish oil to for his joints but for his skin and coat nothing has helped him more! Try it see how it goes for your dog. It helped ours for sure! I used coconut oil on the tear stains of my white poodle. It is the most effective thing I have ever used.

I was really pleased with the result! My malti-mix has the same issue and not much helps. I see the recommended amount of coconut oil but not sure if it is once a day? Is that once a day or at each meal? Is it possible my dog is allergic to coconut oil? The only way to know for sure is to eliminate the coconut oil completely — diet or contact.

I have a Pomeranian that has Black Skin Disease, this is where a thick black skin smothers out the hair folicules and does not allow hair to grow. Therefore, I pretty much have a hairless Pom. Do we know, will Coconut Oil help this? Thank you for any feedback. There has only been a report or two of someone trying VCO for this problem.

Results are apparently limited. So I have been using coconut oil topically all winter for my dog and she loves it 55 lb white shepherd. I started giving her some to eat right dose I thought to start slow 1 teaspoon and we got the flu symptoms after only one time — i guess maybe 1 tsp was too much…will the symptoms stop on their own as its apparent she is detoxing based on everything I have read.

Hi, my Pom has started showing signs of bsd im doing a few thing which seem to be helping. I started him on Megaderm omega supplement 1. Hi mates, nice piece of writing and fastidious urging commented here, I am actually enjoying byy these. Well, after reading this post I went and got my rotty virgin coconut oil from Whole Foods… he was scratching like crazy and losing fur. I feel like I getting my old Brutus back!!!! He was miserable and scratching constantly. He was making himself bleed in some spots and just going crazy.

I changed his diet to see if that helped, NOPE! Oatmeal baths helped for about 10 minutes. Hot spot meds, NOPE!! So, I figured I would try the coconut oil for a few days and decide then my next step.

I got the virgin coconut oil in the jar. I melted a big spoonful in the microwave for 10 seconds and stirred it. I poured directly on the areas of concern and worked it into his skin… which he loved. So I sat there and looked at him….. When he started to scratch hours later, I applied it again before I went to bed. He stood there and let me massage it in and was so happy to lick the bowl when I was done.

I even put a little in his water, which he loved. So in the morning, I did it again. I applied another coat of the oil on areas of concern and worked it in and I could see the chunks of dry yuck coming off of him.

I got his dog comb and very carefully and lightly combed him and the dry crap was falling right off of him… and he loved getting brushed. Even my kids said his fur looked better already!!!! He smells like yummy coconut, too. Mine went to liquid oil over the night. Just a tip, they love the smell and taste of it! Thanks for the detailed info! I was wondering how long it takes for any response… My 9 month old Great Dane has been battling allergies yeast, among others since 6 months.

She has hives, rashes, dry patches, open sores from chewing, and patches of missing hair. We already started flax oil, and I will start coconut oil today!! Stay away from the oatmeal baths. I have recently started my schnoodle on coconut oil.

She has always had an order even shortly after bathing her. We are only a week into the coconut oil. I started giving my Jack Russell Terrier and my chuhuahua a tsp of coconut oil with their meal and in 48 hrs. Their bad breath is GONE! They have sticky breath due to kidney problems. I am trying to find out if someone has used coconut oil to give the boxer with cancer, problems with stomach such as pancreatic and skin rashes.

How much dose do you give them as followed by their weight? My 2 year old boxer have cancer, seizure, pancreatic problems and rashes since I want her to have a long healthy life since she was rescued 9 months ago and I took her in where the rescue never told me how sick she was.

Another great supplement for dogs with cancer is K9 Immunity by Aloha Medicinals. He has severe allergies and is on weekly shots. He has IBS and skin yeast infections summer , along with separation anxiety. Along with the shots, he gets a bath in anti-fungal shampoo, along with a vinegar rinse twice weekly.

Normally, its all under control but not this summer! The dog had a very horrible yeast infection, was losing hair and had severely dry skin.

She was shedding flakes constantly and smelled like a mixture of corn chips and old Parmesan cheese. I researched the condition on the net and I came across the information about yeast infections in dogs. We switched her over to a totally meat-based food Taste of the Wild in the red bag with no potatoes or starches, corn or grains. That was the first step. I came across a website that sells a product called Clora-Care and purchased a 16 oz.

She has less itching and her hair has started to grow back in spots where it has been missing for several months. She purges from time to time and from what I understand these infections when systemic can take several weeks or even months to completely clear up.

Clora Care is a topical product. In the past week, she has been itching a bit more,so I was back to researching the net for more relief. I found out information about the benefits of using coconut oil for dogs with a yeast infection. The first week, she purged massively and shed some dry, flaky skin. However, now that she is up to the maximum dose of coconut oil per day, she has a few spots of yeast coming out but NOTHING like she had in the past few months.

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