Dogs and cats can have sensitive skin for many reasons including, allergies, incorrect nutrition, parasites, infections, and more.

If your pet has poor general skin health, this may lead to skin sensitivity.

Ensuring your pet has good general skin health can help prevent skin sensitivity and assist in the management of sensitive skin.

How to care for your pet’s sensitive skin

Feed your pet a premium diet that has been developed by veterinarians and animal nutritionists to address the specific needs of pet’s skin. These foods have been formulated with high quality ingredients to provide specific nutrients that aid   protection, maintenance and repair of your pet’s skin.

Use shampoos and conditioners that have been developed specifically for grooming pets with sensitive skin. These shampoos and conditioners have been designed to cleanse your pet without removing the protective oils from their skin, and to provide soothing and supportive care, that helps maintain the natural condition of your pet’s skin.

Supplement your pet’s skin with spot – on skin treatments that act on flaking or dry skin, oily or greasy skin, poor coat condition, hair loss and smelly skin.

Check your pet’s skin regularly for external parasites. Parasites, especially fleas, are a common trigger for skin sensitivity in pets. Ensure you use regular, good quality external parasite control on your pets.


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