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Post by Jaszie on Mon Feb 11 2019, 00:10

Hi Smile

I've ordered a bag of RC dermacomfort with hopes to soothe Yoda's skin problems.

At the moment he is having leaps and bounds raw food in the morning and then a cup of leaps and bounds grain-free in the evening. I find that it he still has itchiness and it is quite expensive. About $80 a fortnight in AUD

I don't think the allergies are food related, one vet said it was allergies to grass and another suggested it is eczema. However I want to reduce the symptoms as best as I can.

Has anyone had an experience with this kibble? I was thinking of switching to this kibble and feeding Yoda chicken necks for dental care drooling
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Post by gillybrent on Mon Feb 11 2019, 09:51

I, personally, wouldn't buy Royal Canin. It may be good, but it's vastly over priced, and if it isn't food related then it will be a waste of money.

Where does he itch? Is it feet, belly or all over?

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Post by Jaszie on Tue Feb 26 2019, 06:00

His feet and chest
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Post by gillybrent on Wed Feb 27 2019, 09:13

I would think that's more a contact allergy - grass, for example.

If you haven't changed any of your cleaning powders/liquids etc recently, then I'd suggest that you wipe his chest, belly, legs & feet with a damp cloth every time he comes in for a walk, or even in from the garden. Plus, a Piriton tablet twice a day may help with the symptoms.

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