ok it certainly sounds like an allergy for sure. could be food could be environmental could be fleas as it is summertime now. i would stop the salmon oil first and see if it makes a difference as some bullies are allergic to salmon. if there is no change after several days then i would move onto fleas. check your dog for fleas as they can cause horrible allergies to dogs who are allergic. if none then onto the food. blue wilderness has so many ingredients it would be hard to know what was causing it. finding a limited ingredient food is probably best for now. you are going to hear lots of things here and the most prevalant will be to stay away from chicken and grains. well for alot of bullies this is true but there are many bullies here who do fine with chicken and my sarah is on solely chicken and turkey as all other proteins give her allergies. the secret to bullies is to find a protein yours does good on and work out from there unfortunltely its a guessing game at first. if you have a petco nvi has several limited ingredient foods to try. turkey, lamb, and i think duck and perhaps venison. natural balance has several though im not thrilled with the low protein but for purposes of getting your dog better you can try it. once you find your dogs protein then you can go onto other things and mostly grain free is the way to go. now apple cidar vinegar and water is good for yeast and such if thats what it is. just 2 teaspoons each and a cotton ball and put it on wherever is itchy. you can also use it as a rinse after bathing. braggs with the mother in it is used alot. i would also invest in duoxo ps shampoo as it has yeast properties as well as anti bacterial. duoxo pads are a good investment for bullies also as they fight bacteria and yeast. i would be using something on my bully everyday as a wipe on these areas and even twice a day if its bad enough. benadryl is used alot here for allergy bullies. 1 pill per 25 pounds of dog. it will make your dog sleepy so be aware of that.