Apple Cider Vinegar for Dogs: Skin Problems

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Posted by Amy (Australia) on 04/14/2015
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Hi Suzie, Try Zymox Otic from Bella's pain relief in the states. My staff has had many hematomas in her ears from yeast infections. But since I tried Otic, she still has the yeast build up from time to time but never need surgery again.

I will be trying the vingar as soon as possible for her feet. Thanks


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Posted by Tasha (Charlotte, Nc) on 01/28/2015
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I have been doing this for my pitbull with horrible skin allergies. Just curious if it would be okay to apply topically twice a day or should I stick to the once per day that I have been doing?


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Posted by Virginia (Florida, US) on 09/15/2014
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I use apple cider vinegar in my dog's food every day and her itchy skin has stopped completely. I swear by it. It does work.


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Posted by Ellen (Charles Town, WV)
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About a 2 months ago, I began using apple cider vinegar in Lady's water; 3T. to a gallon of water and also spraying it diluted on the areas that she had licked and chewed until they bled. I added brewers yeast and olive oil to her daily meal and used a cone on her head when I wasn't with her to stop the licking. I used a plain aloe and olive oil balm on the skin after the vinegar dried. She doesn't need the cone any more as her skin is great and her hair is growing back in.