Emu Oil For Your Pet.
Denis Baker Emus
Skin irritations can drive you and your pet crazy. There are many reasons why pets scratch. During the summer they could be suffering from bug bites, ear mites, sunburn, allergies or scratches. Your pet may have hot spots that become inflamed. When the weather turns colder, dogs with dry skin may start itching. Some breeds are more prone to skin problems than others. As pets age, they may also be more susceptible to skin problems such as eczema.
Whatever the reason, you need to find your dogs dry skin treatment quickly. If your pet continues scratching it could lead to loss of hair, bleeding and possible infection. You may be concerned that an over-the-counter lotion for dogs dry skin may contain chemicals or allergens that might make your pet’s condition even worse. Some prescription products may only mask your pet’s symptoms rather than alleviate them, and could cause long-term damage.
That’s why many pet owners use Emu Oil for dogs. Emu Oil can penetrate your pet’s skin quickly and provide relief. Emu Oil is also used for dogs’ hot spots and abrasions because the anti-inflammatory properties and anti-fungal properties help to soothe these conditions. This all-natural product contains no soap, no detergent or other ingredients that might be harmful to your pet, so you won’t have to worry if they try to lick it. Non-toxic Emu Oil is comprised of Omega 3, 6, 9 and other fatty acids which can help restore moisture and replenish damaged skin.
Emu Oil is safe to use with animals of all types including cats, birds, horses, ferrets, reptiles, and others. Many pet owners use it instead of shampoo for its cleansing properties and because they like the thick, shiny, healthy hair it leaves on their pet. Like humans, many pets can experience muscle pain, joint stiffness or arthritis which may prevent them from having fun and getting a proper amount of exercise. Emu Oil can also be used as a safe, anti-inflammatory rub to help loosen reduce stiffness so your pet can become more mobile. It has also been shown to help stomach problems when added to a pet’s food.
If you’re looking for a safe alternative to help dogs with dry skin, inflamed joints, and other skin conditions, Emu Oil could be the answer for you.
By: Katy Binford
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Denis Baker Emus
As an added bonus during this winter season, mention Emu Oil Lip Balm in the comment section of your order form and I will send one to you free of charge along with your order.
Posted by Denis Baker on November 29, 2018 at 5:18 AM under