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What can I give my dog for shedding?

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7 Dog Shedding Home Remedies Healthy Food. Start with Our vet recommends Science Diet Active for our dogs… . Add Olive Oil to Food. Add a tablespoon of olive oil to your dog's food every day. . Add Molasses to Food. Did you know that molasses can reduce shedding? . Brush regularly. Ms. . Bathe regularly. . Air Purifier.

Can I give my dog anything for shedding?

Even supplements can be used as dog de-shedding tools. Look for supplements at the pet store that include Omega 3 fatty acids, which can help stop a dog from shedding, or at least reduce the rate of shedding. It's always a good idea to ask your vet for recommendations before giving your pet any new supplements.

What causes dogs to shed excessively?

Some canine medical conditions can cause excess shedding. Parasites, fungal infections, stress, and even sunburn are some of the more common problems that will cause your dog to have excessive hair loss. Hormonal issues due to thyroid imbalance can lead to inflamed skin and brittle hair as well.

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