CBD Oil Can Help A Itchy Dog

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Why would your dog be itchy?

There are many reasons that your dog may be itching. Some of these are very obvious such as allergies and parasites, but sometimes there is an underlying medical condition causing your dog to be extremely itchy. If you notice that your dog is itching, it is best to schedule an appointment with your veterinarian to get to the bottom of the itching before it becomes a bigger problem.

Allergies

Allergies are one of the most common reasons for a dog to itch. If it is springtime and plants are blooming, releasing pollen into the air, this pollen is getting on your dog when they go outside to play or potty. These allergens cause your dog to be very itchy. Just like with people, seasonal allergies will go away once winter comes.

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Parasites

Certain parasites such as fleas, ticks, and mites can cause your dog to itch. Most dogs are allergic to the saliva produced by fleas. When your dog gets bit by a flea, it transfers its saliva to your dog, causing a local allergic reaction and causing your dog to be very itchy even going as far as to cause diseases.

Mites can also cause your dog to itch. These are microscope parasites that live in the hair follicles of your dog's skin. When these mites overgrow, you will notice hair loss and even an itchy dog. This is most commonly seen around the face and legs of your dog.

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Rash

A rash can also cause your dog to itch. If your dog lays in something that they are allergic to such as poison ivy your dog can develop a rash. These rashes can be very itchy. Most of the time, your dog will need some kind of topical steroid to cause them to stop itching and allow the rash to heal.

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How can CBD help my itchy dog?

There are many ways that CBD products can help your dog. CBD products have been shown to have anti-inflammatory properties, pain relief, and help increase overall comfort for your pet.

 

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