Excessive Hair Shedding? Try this..

January 15th, 2021 at 9:55 am EST
Hello Friend,

Hope you and your critters are doing well this Friday.

I finally saw sun yesterday... YAY :-) 

So IF you have a dog that is a shed monster..WHAT can you do?

Well I have 'concocted' a new recipe, and a KEY part of it is CBD (cannabidiol)

I personally have seen some wonderful results using CBD for dogs and cats, and so excited to be able to have such a quality product that I *really* think is SO much better than most CBD supplements out there..

Regardless, you can see what I am talking about, and get 10% OFF by going here:

                    Is Your Dog SHEDDING like CRAZY?

First things first, don’t panic. For the most part, dogs shed – it’s what they do. Shedding is a normal process in which your dog’s body naturally removes old or damaged hair. Even shedding that seems excessive (i.e. when the lint roller has become your new best friend) can be normal, depending on your dog’s breed, the weather, and a number of other factors.


Pets continuously grow and lose hair. When your pet is shedding and losing their winter coat thousands of strands of hair will be lost. However, hair loss producing bald patches can be caused by allergies, external parasites, ringworm, mange and hormonal problems such as hypothyroidism. 


TREAT THE UNDERLYING PROBLEM. If your pet is scratching, then the
possibilities include allergies, fleas, lice or mange. (Mange is relatively uncommon.)

PARASITES. First, rule out fleas or lice by treating for them

MANGE. If the scratching is intense, then mange could be a possibility. Visit your veterinarian and have your dog checked for the mange mite. She can rule this out by giving your pet a topical medication called Revolution.

ALLERGIES. If the scratching continues after treatment, then your pet probably has an allergy. Rule out food allergies with an elimination diet. 

A FUNGUS AMONG US. Ringworm is more common in cats. If your cat has a bald area that appears slightly red but not itchy, then treat for ringworm.

HYPOTHYROID. Thyroid disease is more difficult to diagnose, but if your dog has some of the signs of hypothyroidism such as sluggishness, weight gain and hair loss, then visit your veterinarian for a thyroid test.

SUPPLEMENTS. Add additional fatty acids to the diet. For your For your cat, Krill oil at 250-500 mg daily works well. Dogs respond well to the EPA and DHA in Krill oil at 500mg/ 20lbs daily. I suggest you check out Dr Jones' Ultimate Omega 3 Formula for Dogs and Cats! 

DIET. Improve the quality of your pet’s diet and you will likely see less shedding. In particular, ensure that the diet contains adequate essential fatty acids. Your pet will have happier hair that falls out less frequently.

THE BRUSH OFF. Brush your pet daily. Purchase a grooming brush that works well with your pet’s coat; the staff at a pet supply store should be able to help you.

COMB AFTER BATHING. The bath will loosen the hair that is about to fall out.

CONDITIONER. Use a conditioner after a shampoo. It will make your pet’s coat easier to brush.

COOL DOWN. Some pets will shed more in a warm house. Try keeping your house at a cooler temperature, especially in the spring during the ‘big shed’.

                                   ***** NEW REMEDY****

Dr Jones' New Anti-Shed Remedy

1/4 cup (60ml) of Sunflower or Safflower Oil
1/4 cup (60ml) of Hemp Seed Oil
20 drops (24mg) of Dr Jones' Ultimate CBD 

Apply 1-2ml along the back of your dog daily for 2 weeks, then once/week

The Sunflower and Safflower oils are very effective 'natural' ceramides, meaning they help protect and repair the skin barrier function. This is key to preventing allergy, inflammation, and secondary hair loss.

The Hemp Seed oil is rich in OMEGA 3 Fatty Acids- it does a great job of decreasing skin inflammation, meaning healthier hair, and less hair loss.

The CBD (Cannabidiol) is an especially effective anti inflammatory, and is now being studied for it's benefits for dog allergies. It works best with Hemp Seed oil, hence combining the 2 is a good option.

ALL these oils can also be given orally, and this may make them even MORE effective.

For a 50lb dog I would suggest:

1 teaspoon of Sunflower Oil
1 teaspoon of Hemp Seed Oil
5 drops of my Supplement, Dr Jones' Ultimate CBD for Dogs and Cats

Try this for 3-4 weeks to assess effectiveness.
Heal Your Pet At Home!

Best Wishes,

Dr Andrew Jones, DVM
P.S. This could *really* help your dog or cat, and now is a Great time to try mu Ultimate CBD.

10% OFF my NEW supplement, Dr Jones' ULTIMATE CBD for Dogs and Cats. 

DISCLAIMER: This information is for educational purposes only and is not intended to replace the advice of your own veterinarian. Dr Andrew Jones resigned from the College of Veterinarians of B.C. effective December 1 2010, meaning he cannot answer specific questions about your pet's medical issues or make specific medical recommendations for your pet.

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