Why it might not be an allergy at all
No more guessing, no more frustration. Learn what is really going on with your allergic dog. Most dogs are misdiagnosed and you need to know why in order to help.
- Learn why many dogs diagnosed with allergies are not allergic
- Find out how to treat your dogs allergies successfully
How did I find a treatment that works?
Many years ago, I noticed patterns of distribution in the skin lesions on dogs with so-called skin allergies. I also noted these dogs appear to have obvious back or muscle injuries and spasms. After connecting the dots, I saw clearly that the location of the skin lesions and rashes closely relates to back or muscle injuries.
In some cases, the affected skin was right over the local muscle sprain, for example the leg. In other situations, the injured back segment is closely related to the location of skin lesions. See the picture of energy lines below.
A surprising success rate of 90 percent plus
To confirm what I saw, I started to treat these back and muscle injuries with mobility supplements and homeopathy and I worked closely with chiropractors and physiotherapists. It was great to see that most patients recovered quickly and now my long-time patients very rarely have skin problems.
© Dr. Peter Dobias, DVM