Find reviews for the best dog itching & dry skin remedies, lotions and medicine below – updated for 2019! A dogs hair, fur, coat and skin can become damaged and possibly affect your dogs health and well-being. Constant scratching, itching, or rolling are indications that your dog’s hair, coat or skin need attention. The products below are specially formulated and made especially for the certain needs of a dog’s skin and coat. We have reviewed and ranked the 5 best dry skin and itching remedies for dogs below;
More detailed reviews of the products above for dog itching and scratching are presented below. When available or known, the products main ingredient and volume of product are given. Additional product information, such as fragrance, natural ingredients and medical claims are also mentioned. Below are listed reviews of the most effective dog itching and dry skin medicines, lotions and remedies;
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Ranking & Reviews – Best Anti-Itching & Dry Skin Remedies for Dogs
The Lillian Ruff Dog Oatmeal Conditioner comes in a 16 ounce and 1 gallon container. Ingredients include water, Cetyl & Stearyl Alcohol, Glycerin, Cetrimonium Chloride, Behentrimonium Methosulfate, Butylene Glycol, Avena Sativa (Oat) Kernel Flour, Lavandula Angustifolia (Lavender) Oil, Cocos Nucifera (Coconut Oil), Dimethicone, Ethylexylglycerin, Phenoxyethanol and fragrance. Has a nice Lavender and Coconut smell. Product lathers well and soothes dry skin. Product is manufactured in USA with no animal testing, 100% Cruelty-free, gluten free, paraben free and sulfate free. Company offers money back guarantee. We give Lillian Ruff Dog Oatmeal Conditioner for dogs our highest FIVE STAR rating!
Vet’s Best Allergy Itch Relief Dog Shampoo comes in only one size bottle of 16 ounces. Product has a pleasant smell (an “herbal spa fragrance”) though not too strong and contains a blend of essential oils (Neem and Chamomile), oatmeal and tea tree oil. These ingredients are said to calm and moisturize the dogs itchy and red skin. Product is made in the USA and features the NASC (National Animal Supplement Council) Quality Seal. We give Vet’s Best Allergy Itch Relief Dog Shampoo FOUR STARS.
The Cardinal Laboratories Remedy and Recovery Medicated Shampoo comes in only one size bottle of 8 ounces (smaller than our other choices). Product has a nice smell, though a bit on the medicine side. Lathers and rinsed well. Ingredients include botanical extracts of natural Chamomile, China Bark and Poplar Buds. Manufactured in the USA in a 100% solar powered facility. A good all-around product so we give the Cardinal Laboratories Remedy and Recovery Medicated Shampoo our THREE STAR rating.
The Nootie Medicated Oatmeal Dog Shampoo comes in both a 16 ounce and one gallon container. Active ingredients include Lidocaine, Pramoxine and Colloidal Oatmeal. The Colloidal Oatmeal acts as the moisturizer for the dog’s skin. The fragrance is sweet and somewhat strong (a fruit or banana smell). Lathers and rinses well. Product is made in the USA with the company offering a money-back guarantee. We give the Nootie Medicated Oatmeal Dog Shampoo Anti-ITCH Maximum Strength Formulation a rating of THREE STARS.
The Pets Are Kids Too Premium Pet Anti Itch Oatmeal Spray & Scent Freshener comes in an 8 ounce spray bottle. The ingredients are deionized water, oat proteins, sodium bicarbonate (baking soda), aloe vera, wheat glycerides, glycerin, emulsifiers, Vitamins A, D & E, and fragrance oils. If you are looking for an all-natural anti itch and dry skin remedy for your dog, this is it! The smell of the spray is vanilla. Should you wish to go the all-natural route, we would also recommend the Pets Are Kids Too Premium Pet Oatmeal Shampoo & Conditioner to use in combination with this product. We give the Pets Are Kids Too Premium Pet Anti Itch Oatmeal Spray & Scent Freshener our highest ranking of FIVE STARS.
When purchasing a product for relief or cure of your dogs itching, scratching or dry skin, should the product make the situation worse, or show no improvement, you should consult your vet. There are some fungal, bacterial or other serious types of infections that are only treatable by a vets prescription.