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    Newbie Carrie Katana's Avatar
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    Default Re: Please Help!!! Skin issues are severe!!!

    I have been on this site for one whole hour but have had bulldogs for years....I have had the same issues with two of my dogs....As you have, I tried anything and everything to get some relief for my girls....Nothing seemed to work...After thousands of dollars, countless hours, and a lot of heartache, I finally tried the one thing that I was told so many times was the wrong thing...I put my pups on the B.A.R.F. diet....Bones and Raw Food, in case you weren't already aware...Within two weeks, incredibly, my babies looked like show dogs...Everything about them improved....Their gas was almost eliminated, their poop was now chalky and almost odorless, and most importantly their allergies were gone...My pups have been on the B.A.R.F diet for two years now and I wouldn't have it any other way...I even have a new addition to my pack and at 5 months he loves feeding time and is doing very well...I definitely would at least do some research about this, and don't listen to the vets, they get paid to push certain foods....Just some advice....Hopefully your lil one gets better soon, it broke my heart seeing the pics of him...

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    Default Re: Please Help!!! Skin issues are severe!!!

    My Max had this same issue, I found out that it was staph infection. We took Max to his vet several times only to discover that he had an ear infection and he was unsure what was going on with his skin. Vet prescribed antibiotics and changed food to a prescription diet. Vet told us that Max was allergic to something in his dog food. After several food changes and his skin not clearing up, we ended up at a specialty vet. She told us that Max had staph infection, yeast infection and bacterial infection of his ears. Max is allergic to chicken, chick meal and grains. We have since started feeding him Blue basics limited ingredients grain free turkey and potato and is doing a lot better.

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