Just like with us, itching sometimes affects dogs more at night simply because there is less going on to distract them from it.
The causes of itching in dogs make a long list. Allergies,
fungus, systemic problems and fleas are just a few possibilities.
if you have yet had a a Vet take a look at this itching problem -- it
is a good idea to do so.
Whether or not your Vet finds any definitive and treatable causes for the itching -- there are augmented measures you can take.Food Allergy
-- switch to a nonallergenic dog food
-- your Vet and/or pet store may have brand recommendations. Be
sure to look at the actual ingredients list (not just the marketing
hype on the label). Avoid wheat and corn (rice is fine).
Consider trying Scratch-Free
this is a homeopathic liquid which you administer orally twice-daily (a
few drops by eyedropper). I recently started using this with my
small Terrier mix and I noticed a positive difference after the first
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