on Sensitive Skin/Stomach Dog Food

There are a few different reasons why dogs develop sensitive skin. Major factors include:
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At Bil-Jac, we know it’s important to you to feed your dog a food that he or she will do well on every day. But some dogs may be more sensitive than others. That’s why we developed Bil-Jac Sensitive Solutions, ideally formulated to address the unique needs of dogs who are sensitive to the way their food is made. If you think your dog has a sensitive stomach or has sensitive skin & coat, Bil-Jac Sensitive Solutions could be a good choice.
You can learn more about Diamond CARE Sensitive Skin Formula for Adult Dogs by visiting the  page.
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These include:
Most of these can be found in human supplements such as . This particular product is formulated for humans. In dogs guidelines are (check with your veterinarian):
Fatty Acids: In cases of dog sensitive skin caused by allergy, both Omega-3 and Omega-6 have been shown to reduce skin inflammation. This approach does not help with dog skin itch (pruritis). Other research shows that these should be used together. They are available in a supplement such as .

Curcumin: The herb has shown some benefit in dogs with sensitive skin. It works by inhibiting mast cell activation. Check with your veterinarian for the correct dose for your dog as available products are only human grade. Adult Dog Food - Sensitive Skin and Coat
Photo provided by FlickrSensitive skin shampoos have ingredients to keep doggy itch-free between baths.
Photo provided by FlickrHill's Science Diet Sensitive Stomach & Skin Adult Dog Food, 4 lbs.
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Some dogs, like people, have more sensitive skin than others. For dogs, a few of the telltale signs are itching and inflammation. These can be caused by food allergies and environmental problems, among other factors. For food-related issues, you can take action to help your dog feel better.If your dog has skin sensitivities, Diamond CARE Sensitive Skin Formula for Adult Dogs may be the diet for you. For starters, omega-6 and omega-3 fatty acids were added in ideal ratios, as they have been shown to be beneficial to skin and coat health. Protein comes from a single, easily digestible source, while peas provide high-quality carbohydrates and aid palatability in this grain-free formula. Finally, this specialized diet is rounded out with a limited number of select ingredients. For best results, be sure to talk to your veterinarian and limit other foods, such as treats, that could also contribute to adverse skin reactions in your pet.Your Dog’s Breed Matters
Nelson says that certain breeds are more prone to skin and coat disorders. These include hound dogs, white dogs (think redheaded people with sensitive skin), golden retrievers (and other thick-coated breeds), Pomeranians, Doberman pinschers and more.Nothing affects the condition of your canine companion’s skin and coat more than his food. Many nutrients are needed to keep your dog’s skin and coat healthy, which also means one or more key nutrients can positively or negatively affect skin. Foods rich in protein, essential fatty acids, vitamins A and E, and zinc play an essential role in caring for your dog’s skin and coat. If you’re feeding a quality dog food, nutrient deficiencies are relatively uncommon. But when your dog has sensitive skin or other skin health concerns, it’s even more important to feed the right food.Animal feeding tests using Association of American Feed Control Officials procedures substantiate that Diamond CARE® Sensitive Skin Formula for Adult Dogs provides complete and balanced nutrition for maintenance.While some skin issues (such as fleas or mites) can be cleared up quickly, others (such as environmental or food allergies) will need lifelong management. The good news is that even if the cause of your dog’s skin condition isn’t related to his food, he may still benefit from eating a high-quality food formulated especially for sensitive skin, such as for Adult Dogs.