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Dog dandruff is not an uncommon condition in dogs. Dog dandruff is also called seborrhea which usually is the cause of dandruff in dogs.
There are two types of this condition; the primary seborrhea is usually rare and genetically passed down, while the secondary seborrhea is one of common dandruff in dogs.
Even the secondary seborrhea is as a result of some hidden causes like dog allergies or other dogs skin problems, which makes your dog usually restless with the dog skin itchy.
When there are low levels of moisture in the air, it absorbs moisture from paws skin causing the itching, flaking and scratching just same as spring and summer.
Some of the signs of dog dandruff are dry skin, flaky skin (these are dead cells flacking out).
Dog itching and scratching
Dog hair loss and baldness (canine cushing’s disease)
Scabs, bumps, and pimples
Olive oil serves as a moisturizer for your dog skin coat. You can just rub it into your dog’s fur and skin, you can do this every day.
This organic extra virgin is cold pressed and natural unrefined which has the highest nutrient retention to fight dog dandruff. It is high in vitamin E and A antioxidants, for healthy, glowing dog skin. Apply or rub just a few drops of olive oil for a soothing, moisturizing massage.
Coconut oil also serves as a moisturizing for dog skin coat. You can mix the coconut oil with water and rinse your dog skin with dog shampoo after a few minutes. You can do this once every week.
Use this coconut oil to treat and repair your dog dandruff. This help to clear skin dryness, flakes and other dandruff related problems on dog skin.
Lime juice has some vitamins including vitamin C which helps with dog dandruff. You can mix an equal amount of lime juice with water and rinse your skin bathing with shampoo. Try using an oatmeal shampoo.