Yeasty skin is something that plagues many dogs, a buildup of bacteria on the skin and in the ears that can be rather smelly and incredibly irritating for your dog. One way to help fight the never ending itch is with Seamer ACV.
First Combine Seamer Fayre ACV with mother and water, in a 50/50 ratio.Then take a cotton pad and soak in your mixture to then apply to your dog's skin and gently wipe with the grain of the hair.
Regarding ears NEVER pour liquid into the ear, yeast loves warm wet areas so stick to your soaked cotton pad that has been squeezed before applying, to avoid too much moisture.
If your dog has broken skin, it will be sensitive to touch so reduce to a water/ACV 75/25 ratio.
We love all things natural, from our products and what we feed and treat our dogs with. Conventional flea and worm treatments are extremely harsh on the body, so here is our alternative to make at home!
First Combine Seamer Fayre ACV with mother and water, in a 50/50 ratio. The acidity of Seamer Fayre ACV with mother is what repels insects. You can even add a couple drops of pet safe essential oils such as lavender to give a sweeter smell. Keep in a spray bottle, give a shake before applying on your dog's coat and leave to dry. Apply every other day during the warmer months and reapply if they get wet.
Arthritic pain is caused by metabolic waste left in the joint, ACV absorbs toxins for it then to be flushed from the system. ACV is thought to help break down painful crystals in the joint known as acute calcium pyrophosphate (CPP). ACV has long been used to manage the inflammation that is part of arthritis.
80% of dogs over the age of 8 suffer from arthritis, many potentially suffering in silence.
When dealing with chronic conditions it is important to look at multimodal pain management through lifestyle, diet, exercise and how Seamer Fayre ACV with mother can be part of this.
Add Seamer Fayre ACV with the mother, to food bowls at 1 teaspoon per 10kg dosage.
The guidance provided by Seamer Fayre ACV is not intended to be a subsitute for veterinary advice, diagnosis, or treatment.
Should you have any questions or concerns regarding your pet health and/or health conditions, you should always seek the advice of your vet. Never disregard veterinary advice or delay seeking treatment because of something you have read on this website.