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Sensitive Skin Dog Treats products have an average rating of 5.0 / 5.0 from 3 reviews
Treats For Dogs With Sensitive Skin
Does your dog suffer from itchy, sensitive skin? Pet Circle stock a variety of dog treats for sensitive skin including hypoallergenic dog treats to suit every dog's preference to best support a healthier skin and coat.
Best dog treats for sensitive skin based on our customer reviews
|Vetalogica Skin and Coat Chews||If you have a dog with itchy skin then this product is great for that. Fast acting treat that dogs love. - KATHY|
|Dr Chew Sweet Potato Regular||Love these treats. I used to give my dog turmeric daily but much prefer do it in a treat. Great for immunity and anti-inflammatories. Great brand. - ELEANOR|
|Hemp Pet Hemp Infused Hoki Fish Treats for Dogs||Our pups absolutely loved these treats. They don't usually have hoki so it was nice to see them try something new and love it.- MEG|
Frequently Asked Questions:
Why does my dog scratch and have sensitive skin?
- Allergies - are common in dogs of all different breeds, ages and sizes. If your dog is excessively scratching, it is possible allergies are to blame. Genetics may also play a role in allergies making some breeds prone to allergic skin disease like Staffies, Pugs and Cavoodles to name a few.
- Parasites - nasty external parasites like fleas, ticks and mites can all cause your dog to itch and scratch.
- Infection - bacterial and fungal infections can be another culprit for itchy skin.
Getting to the root of the issue can be a complicated journey, so if you notice your dog scratching their skin, it is important to follow this up with your regular veterinarian.
How to treat itchy and sensitive skin?
Skin support diets and treats are rich in essential fatty acids like omega 3 & 6 can assist in skin barrier function, which in some dogs is thin and ineffective. Poor skin barrier function can result in dry, itchy and flaky skin. Medicated shampoos, which contain ceramides and colloidal oatmeal, can help restore moisture to the skin barrier and soothe sensitive skin.
Can a hypoallergenic diet and treats help with skin allergies?
If food allergies have been diagnosed in your dog, avoiding the food source that has been identified is important in the management of sensitive and itchy skin. Seeking the help of your veterinarian is essential to obtain a correct diagnosis. Food allergy trials can provide valuable information, these involve feeding may a hydrolysed protein diet or a novel protein diet for 8 weeks, which must be fed exclusively.