Raw Feeding 101
December 03, 2019 • Heather Murphy
We try to do the best for our dogs and we want them to be healthy and happy.
Sometimes deciphering the fact from the fiction is confusing with all the marketing that pops up all over the web, onto our feeds and on Television.
In this blog 'Raw Feeding 101' Eezapet has interviewed Raw Essentials to give you the when, the how and the what to raw feeding.
Allergies to Allergens - 7 Triggers explained!
August 18, 2018 • Heather Murphy
Allergies, allergens, allergic reactions and intolerances – the what, the why and the where Itchy rashes in dogs can be so frustrating. Trying to pinpoint the exact allergen that is causing the rashes is no mean feat! I’m often advising people about the foods and the difference in the brands, which are ‘clean’ foods and which are not. I frequently have people asking me what type of food I’d recommend for an itchy dog. Most recently, a customer came to me as he could just not work out why his itchy dog was itchy all over with no...
11 reasons why your dog could be itchy
April 20, 2018 • Heather Murphy
Sometimes we just can’t seem to pinpoint the actual reason we have an itchy dog! They might be red, rashy, itchy or balding or some dogs can just be itchy all over without displaying any further symptoms. The constant itching can drive you and your pets nuts, it’s stressful not being able to help your itchy pet. Having an itchy dog is no fun! We often think of the common allergens that can affect our dogs – things like grasses, grass seeds, wandering dew and foods. But really the list is extensive and again the problem can be exasperated when...
My Dog Is Allergic To Grass - Really?
May 23, 2017 • Heather Murphy
How can that be – grass of all things! It seems odd but alas no, so many dogs these days react to grasses! Grass and grass seeds can cause immediate reactions on dogs. At the same time that grass is seeding there are many pollens around and these can also cause your dog to be an itchy dog! The spores from the pollens are absorbed into the dog’s skin and a reaction can present. Often feet are the first to be affected – becoming red, inflamed and itchy. Then the constant gnawing at the feet just makes matters worse –...
Hot Spots Or Cool Spots
February 23, 2017 • Heather Murphy
Hot Spots Or Cool Spots Dogs love cool spots like these guys from Soi Dogs - but they definitely don't like hot spots! Don’t be fooled into thinking that hot spots only happen in the hot summer months. These intensely itchy patches can appear on your dog at any time of the year - winter or summer! The medical name is Pyoderma but they are commonly referred to as Hot Spots or Heat Rashes - regardless of the name, they will cause you to have an irritated and itchy dog! These troublesome sores can appear in a matter of hours and...