Itch+ Solutions

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There are several forms of itchy skin on dogs ranging from very mild to severe. Obvious signs a dog has a skin problem is the constant and excessive scratching, licking and chewing. Other signs include skin sores, dandruff, redness and inflammation, balding and even odours.

There are several causes for itchy skin, including bacterial, yeast and fungal infections, as well fleas or mites causing such infections as Sarcoptic or Demodectic Mange. All these irritants cause your dog to scratch the areas and in turn inflame the tissues possibly causing lesions and hair loss, making the situation worse.

Bacterial skin infections in dogs are the result of the Staph bacteria (Staphylococci). While this bacterium usually lives harmlessly on the skin of the dog, if the dog's skin is cut or wounded, skin infections are caused. The staph infection in dogs is characterized by itchiness, crusted skin, pustules and small, raised lesions. For the health of your pet, it is important to address the area to prevent the irritation from continuing and help relieve your dog.

Itch+ is specially formulated to target your dog's itchy irritated areas. The deep cleansing abilities of Itch+ will help stop the constant itching and biting, bringing relief to your dog's discomfort. Itch+ is fortified with vitamin E and a moisturizer to further protect your dog's skin and coat.

DIRECTIONS: Simply spray all irritated areas with Itch+. Try and soak the areas completely to the skin to ensure maximum effectiveness. This may take up to 1/3 of the bottle depending on the size of your dog. Pat dry only as needed. Apply Itch+ once daily for three days in a row. It is safe for your dog to lick after application. For best results do not wash your dog with soap or shampoo three days before or after application. Continue to apply once a week or as needed to maintain a healthy skin and coat. Avoid the eyes.

STORAGE: Store at room temperature.
Itch+ is FOR EXTERNAL ANIMAL USE ONLY and is safe for both puppies and adult dogs.