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  1. Frontline Pet Care Sensitive Skin Shampoo
    £7.50

    Formulated with dogs and cats with dry, irritated or damaged skin.

  2. Frontline Pet Care Paw Balm
    £7.50

    Moisturises and protects the sensitive areas of the feet in dogs and cats. 

  3. Frontline Pet Care Skin Care Gel
    £7.50

    Designed to help soothe patches of irritated skin in dogs and cats.

  4. Imaverol Ringworm Treatment
    £32.15

    For the control of Dermatomycosis (eg Ringworm) in Horses, Cattle & Dogs.

  5. Logic EaseDerm Chews for Dogs
    £14.56

    Logic EaseDerm for Dogs is a nutrional supplement which has been developed to add moisture to dry, irritated skin and help maintain a healthy, shiny coat.

  6. Multiderm Spray
    £6.40

    A natural spray that provides a flexible antibacterial barrier for minor cuts & wounds.

  7. Dermallay Neutrale Shampoo
    £9.46

    A specially formulated shampoo for cats & dogs to maintain a healthy & glossy coat.

  8. Sebomild P Shampoo
    £12.24

    A hypo-allergenic shampoo for dogs and cats which may be used as an aid in the management of generalised scaly, greasy skin conditions

  9. Sebocalm Shampoo
    £11.45

    A gentle, soap-free, hypo-allergenic shampoo designed for frequent use to optimise skin and coat condition.

  10. Sebolytic Shampoo
    £12.98

    A medicated shampoo containing an original combination of ingredients including tea-tree oil to aid in the management of greasy-skin conditions in dogs and cats

  11. Viacutan Plus Capsules - 40 x 500mg
    £12.98

    A high gamma linolenic acid (GLA) essential fatty acid supplement for dogs and cats for healthy skin and coat.

  12. Viacutan Plus Pump - 95ml
    £24.98

    A high gamma linolenic acid (GLA) essential fatty acid supplement for dogs and cats for healthy skin and coat.

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If your dog is scratching more often or has created bald patches on their fur through scratching, then this may be an indication that they are suffering from some sort of skin infection or irritation. Some breeds of dog are unfortunately more likely to suffer from skin issues than others. However, all dogs can suffer from allergies from things that they come into contact with on a regular basis such as pollen, dust and grass. If your dog is susceptible to allergic reactions, then it is a good idea to remove that item as soon as possible, washing with an anti-allergy shampoo after you have been outdoors for example. Specific areas of irritated skin can be treated with a topical treatment in order to help soothe your dog's skin and avoid further irritation. Of course, any condition that is causing your dog discomfort, primarily when it is impacting overall health, should be looked at by your vet.