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Does Your Dog Have A Yeast Infection Dogs Skin A Mess?  Answers to Your Questions!

Does your dog scratch constantly and excessively lick to the

Dog with allergies

Dog with allergies

point of having an odor which is very offensive. This odor has a smell like moldy bread then your dog my have an overgrowth of yeast on his body. Your dog may be a yeasty dog. Your dog may have a yeast infection dogs skin, paws, armpits, and belly are breeding grounds for yeast. If this is your dog it may be the food you are feeding your Furry Family Member. The grains and starches in your dogs food feeds the yeast which causes an overgrowth of yeast in your beloved dog. This overgrowth of yeast causes your dog to have chronic conditions such as ear infections, black spots on their belly’s and itchy paws. Yeast overgrowth is very itchy and causes your dog to scratch, lick and chew excessively, which causes their fur, body and paws to have this yeasty dog odor.   You must become PROACTIVE in your dogs health maintenance you must become your dogs ADVOCATE.

Dr. Karen Becker, a proactive and integrative wellness veterinarian discusses the need to keep a healthy balance of good yeast in your dog’s system.

20 thoughts on “Allergies”

  1. Sharon here from Wealthy Affiliate – good to meet you. Very good article, and yeast overgrowth is of course called candida, which is a pre-cursor to cancer. The only way to eliminate this is to exclude all yeast, grains, sugar and fruit. I think this would pretty much mean homemade food not commercial kibble.

    1. Hi Sharon
      Sorry I haven’t got back to sooner but your message was in the SPAM folder and I didn’t see it until now. Nice meeting you as well. You correct the yeast overgrowth is called candida and it is very serious. We make our own dog food and for Bailey it made from Turkey, Broccoli, and Eggs. We also give them human grade vitamins, probiotics, Glucosamine/Chondroitin, kelp and fish oil.
      Thanks for your comments.
      Bailey’s Advocate
      Greg

    1. Thank you Angela for your kind words. I have a lot plans and ideas for this website so please don’t be a stranger. Have a good day!

    1. Caroline.
      Thank you very much for the kind words. We thought the site might help someone to understand there are other options for caring for their 4 legged friends. Please come back and see what we have added in the future.

  2. This is information about yeast infection on dogs’ skin is very new to me. No wonder my dogs always scratching and have that funny smell about them. Thank you for sharing with us.

    dominic@dlansing

    1. You are very welcome we make our own dog food for our dogs for this very reason, Allergies. If you are interested in allergies, Dr. Pitcairns book on my site is what we used to help educate us in the different ways to approach a dogs allergy.

    1. It hasn’t been that long as a website about a month. But actually doing what we have put in the website it has been years. A lot of research and trial and error. I kept everything with the hope one day I could do this site.
      Bailey’s Advocate
      Greg

    1. Hello Cathy
      Thank you for your kind words. You are so right dogs are the best are they? Please come back and see what is new!
      Bailey’s Advocate
      Greg

  3. I knew dogs have illness similar to humans but I never thought of them having a yeast infection. Thanks for bringing this to my mention.

    Cheers

    Tony

    1. Hey Tony
      Yeast overgrowth is a serious condition which can be very itchy and uncomfortable for your pets. I am glad you liked our site.
      Bailey’s Advocate
      Greg

  4. Very nicely presented information, I have a larger mixed breed dog, He’s awesome and so I have book marked this site for further use.

    Many thanks for putting this out there

  5. I never knew dogs could have allergies like that. Thank you for bringing this to light. I am actually in the market for a new dog so I will keep an eye out for this.
    Marc

    1. Hey Marc
      I am with you, I never new about allergies in dogs until we got Bailey. What is funny about this whole situation is Bailey does not have dander so he doesn’t trigger allergies in humans. We found his allergy problems by watching him and observing his scratching and biting habits and came to the conclusion that the dog food was one of the major symptoms of his allergies. We have a newsletter that will keep you up to date on these issues. you can get here
      Thanks for the comment and check us out in the future.
      Bailey’s Advocate
      Greg

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