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Baggins' Bites: The Cause of Dog Allergies?
October 18, 2011
Hey Dog Lover,

Hey Dog Lover,

Would it surprise you if I told you dog allergies are caused by a weakened immune system. (It's the same for people allergies too, btw).

Here’s what Veterinarian Joseph Demers, DVM says,

“I now see many more allergies than before, the result, I believe, of a confused or out-of-balance immune system underreacting or overreacting, or otherwise just not doing its normal job.

Years ago I used to see this in animals two or more years of age, and now I see allergies in animals as young as six months of age.”

(from The Veterinarians Guide to Natural Remedies for Dogs p. 225)

It’s a shame your dog has to suffer with painful skin conditions. And if you’ve struggled with cortisone shots and special foods to try to heal that itchy skin, you’re probably frustrated.

I hear you.

I have readers like you write me every single week and ask what they should do about their dog’s skin problems.

Some of you have changed your pet’s food—home cooked meals or the raw diet can work wonders.

Combine a healthy diet with a good supplement rich in vitamins and minerals—including those important omega 3 fatty acids and you may totally put your dog’s suffering behind you.

You'll certainly be helping to make your dog healthier. Veterinarian Dr. Andrew Jones has created a supplement I’m proud to feed my dog.

From vitamins A – Zinc, it’s got your dog’s health needs covered. Plus, he’s offering a trial. You can grab it here.

I look forward to hearing your success stories!

Yours in Treats and Health,

Jen & Sammy the best in dog treat recipes

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