Showing posts with label dog allergies. Show all posts
Showing posts with label dog allergies. Show all posts
Wednesday, July 5, 2023

What Helped Rocket's Allergies?

Rocket has been using Ask Ariel's AllerEaze and Power Probiotic to help with his allergies. Here is what his mom, Terri, had to say: "Rocket, my pit bull really does well on this. He's had allergies since he's been a puppy and I will never be without this product again. I don't have to use AllerEaze every day, but when he's beginning a flare-up, I start right away so that the paws aren't licked raw and the big bumps that he used to get don't start up. It's awesome stuff. I will never give those shots from the vet. This works perfect." Rocket is such a handsome boy and we thank Terri for sharing his photo with us.

Wednesday, October 2, 2013

Are You Ready For A Puppy? How To Take Care of Your New Pet

Are you ready for a puppy or new pet? Will you have the time, energy, and money to care and train your pup?  Will you have enough space when your puppy grows to full size?  You should know the answers before you start looking because once you look, you probably will wind up bringing home a puppy or new pet!  There are lots of wonderful puppies and adult dogs for adoption through You can search by breed, preferences, age, size and more.   Once you decide to get your new pet you need to be ready.  Your new pet will need everything from food to the infamous "poop" bags.  It will also be important to "puppy-proof" your house and yard for your sake and his.

Starting your new pet off with good nutrition is the key to life-long wellness.  It's important to know which foods to feed and which to avoid.   By learning more about what dogs eat and their nutritional needs, you can be sure you are giving your pet a good healthy start.  Don't forget that puppies and all pets need plenty of fresh, clean water.

Be aware that many pets may develop food allergies that lead to costly health conditions and a diet change and allergy supplements can make all the difference.   Do not feed, or at least  limit, table scraps!  Begging is a hard habit to break and more importantly,  some foods can be toxic to pets, including grapes, raisins, alcohol, garlic, onions, avocados, salt, and chocolate. Call the Animal Poison Control Center or your vet right away if you think your pup has eaten something dangerous.

Your new pet's first days in the home are a big adjustment, so they will need a  lot of loving attention. Play with your pup, take him for a walk, but most importantly enjoy these new initial days of "puppyhood" and make the time to bond.  You will be rewarded with a lifetime of loyalty and love.

Friday, February 6, 2009

Giving Peanut Butter To Dogs--Scratching, Itching and Ear Infections


Thanks for visiting our blog.  We appreciate your interest and understand the importance of addressing your concerns about dog peanut butter allergies and how to stop your dog's itching and scratching.  We have all of the information you need and can provide you with the most accurate and helpful information at our newly revised website page. 

Click here to learn about peanut butter allergies in dogs, signs of a peanut butter allergy and what you can do to help your pup.

If your dog is getting ear infections, peanut butter as well as other food allergens can definitely be a contributing factor.   Changing your pup's food to a low carbohydrate, novel protein diet, avoiding common food allergens and feeding alternative treats that don't contain peanuts or peanut butter can greatly help.   Learn more about holistic treatments for dog ear infections.

While this particular blog page is no longer active, we have these new dedicated pages that specifically address the topics you were searching for. Ask Ariel Your Pet Nutritionist has been helping pet owners find natural solutions for their pets health issues since 2005.  Recommended by veterinarians nationwide, our website contains a library of pet health articles to help you treat your pet's health issues naturally.  If you need immediate help, please feel free to reach out to us by email:  Our compassionate staff will answer promptly!

Originally Posted:  2/6/2009

Updated: 2/9/2024