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Welcome to My Itchy Dog! Stocking a range of natural organic treatments for Dog Fleas, Itchy Sensitive Skin, Pet Anxiety, Dog Allergies, Worms, Mobility Problems, and much more!
My Itchy Dog is the site for dogs suffering from itchy, sensitive skin and for the owners who love them. We specialise in effective natural treatments for itchy dog skin complaints, plus we also stock an amazing range of Natural Healthy Dog Treats and Healthy Dog Food. We've even started to stock a range of products for Itchy Cats, too!
To establish what the best treatment will be for your dog’s itchy skin have a read of an article or two in our Why is my dog itching and scratching? section, amongst others.
You’ll find some really useful information about what causes itchy skin in dogs and our recommended solutions, from healthy dog treats to Skin & Coat Treatments. And if you need any advice, you’re very welcome to email us or call 01903 256 373 and we'll do all we can to help you find the right product to suit your dog and their complaints.
All the products we stock have been used successfully by thousands of satisfied customers, including our own dogs, Bedlington Terriers Ronnie and BB (Yumega, Resist), and cats Dave and Pearl (Billy No Mates, Homeopet Skin & Itch). We hope you enjoy shopping with us, and if you find our service to be as good as we think it is then please leave us a review so we know we're doing the very best we can. Thanks!
|This Week's Recommended Products|
Easidri Cooling Coat For Dogs
Cools your dog in hot weather
Super absorbent, tear resistant
Won't wet your dog's coat
Machine washable and durable
Little Beast Dog Shampoo Bar
Rated 10/10 in Dogs Monthly magazineA great all round shampoo barLong lasting, smells lovely, lathers up a treatNo alcohol, parabens, sulphates or preservatives
NatuTripe Bone Pressed Tripe Dog Chew
100% pressed tripe dog bone chewNothing else added, wheat, gluten and grain freeHigh protein, good for teeth and gumsNo additives, and won't stain your floors
Phy't Arnica First Aid Gel For Dogs 100g
A soothing arnica based gel for dogs with minor injuriesRelieves aching muscles, strains and hot spotsContains arnica, cinnamon oil and St. Johns WortSuitable for dogs and horses
My Itchy Dog Tick Bite Prevention Kit
Keep your dog free of ticks, fleas, mites, lice and other biting insectsMakes your dog's blood really unappetising to biting insectsHelps prevent diseases such as babesiosis or Lyme diseaseNo strong pesticides
Goat Ears Dog Chew
100% air dried goats earsCartilage, not bone or rawhideA novel protein, good for food intolerancesNo additives, and won't stain your floors
Pure Rabbit Sticks Dog Chew 50g
Rabbit is a novel protein, good for allergy sufferersGrain free, wheat gluten free, no additivesA thin dog treat so perfect for dogs with small mouthsUse whole or break up and use as training treats
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|Help & Advice from Blog|
Spring time is when ticks become more active as the climate gets warmer (supposedly). Ticks are widely known to be carriers of diseases such as Borreliosis and Lyme disease which affect humans and animals.
Babesiosis is a new tick bourne disease which can be fatal to dogs very quickly. The best thing you can do is prevent your dog getting bitten in the first place. Here's how.
Golden milk is a comforting, delicious drink with massive health benefits for your dog, and you. Use our recipe to relieve joint pain, stiffness, fight bacteria, improve skin condition, digestion and more.
Here is our guide on how to switch over to natural flea and worm treatments. We’ll talk you through how to switch and suggest some of our own natural and healthy products that really work.
Ever wondered what phrases like 'crude ash' and 'cereals' actually mean? If you don't know what you're reading, you don't know what exactly you're giving your dog. We've compiled some of the common confusing terms found on dog food labels so you can understand them and make sense of what you’re feeding your dog.