This is a Super Pet 'Medicine'?🐝

July 28th, 2023 at 10:53 am EDT

So you have an itchy dog... there are a TONNE of supplements, what should you start with?

Now that is a GREAT question, and 10 different vets will tell you 10 different things.

BUT there is a consensus on a few things...

  • Essential Fatty Acids

  • Antioxidants

  • Natural anti-inflammatories, as in 95% Curcumin

  • Probiotics which can decrease inflammation

  • Colostrum which contains essential fatty acids, and antibodies normalizing immune response

  • Quercetin: the flavonoid found in apple peel is considered the most important natural antihistamine

All of these nutrients (minus the quercetin), are found in Dr Jones' Ultimate Canine ADVANCED Health Formula

We now have a Quercetin supplement which is on sale for 40% OFF until MIDNIGHT tonight here: Dr Jones' Ultimate BIOACTIVE Quercetin   

The dog below has a 'Hot Spot'.

Propolis Spray would be a great option to decrease inflammation and treat the infection.

Bee Glue for Dogs and Cats...

Propolis (known as Bee Glue) is a resinous, waxy substance that bees create by mixing their saliva with beeswax, along with compounds from various plants and trees. Bees use it to seal gaps in the hive to keep out intruders. Propolis also has antimicrobial properties and may protect bees from pathogens.

The substances that make up propolis can be complex. Scientists have identified more than 300 separate compounds in propolis. The exact composition can depend on the location of the beehive.

As a rough guideline, propolis typically consists of:

  • tree and vegetable resins: 50%

  • beeswax: 30%

  • pollen: 5%

  • essential and aromatic oils: 10%

Propolis also contains polyphenols, such as flavonoids, which are a type of antioxidant.

Medicinal properties

One 2019 review suggests that people have used propolis as a medicine since the year 300. Ancient Egyptians used propolis for embalming, and some doctors used it during World War II to help with wound healing.

Wound healing

One 2015 review suggests that propolis may aid wound healing. An animal study in rats with diabetes showed that propolis helped the skin grow new cells in order to repair itself.

Because people with diabetes can experience slow wound healing, this suggests that propolis could be beneficial for helping the skin heal more quickly. As propolis also kills some types of bacteria, it may also help prevent infection.

Oral health

According to the same 2015 review, propolis also appears to prevent the formation of calcium phosphate, which is the main component of dental plaque.

Propolis and honey are also antibacterial, which may make them useful as ingredients in dental care products.

According to one small study in the review, propolis significantly decreased the amount of bacteria in the saliva of people with periodontitis.


The antioxidants in propolis may work to reduce inflammation, such as the inflammation that arthritis causes.

Animal studies have tested propolis as an anti-inflammatory agent in rats and mice with arthritis. In both studies, the propolis inhibited swelling and appeared to have an impact on how the inflammation developed.

Scientists believe that propolis may regulate inflammatory substances in the body, such as prostaglandins.


One study in the journal Oxidative Medicine and Cellular Longevity notes that propolis contains compounds that may have an anti-allergy effect in the body.

Comparison of Propolis Skin Cream to Silver Sulfadiazine: A Naturopathic Alternative to Antibiotics in Treatment of Minor Burns


Background: Propolis, a naturopathic substance derived from bees wax extract, has recently been praised for its antimicrobial, anti-inflammatory, and cicatrization-enhancing properties.

Conclusion: Propolis skin cream appears to have a beneficial effects on the healing of partial thickness burn wounds

Heal Your Pet At Home!

Best Wishes,

Dr Andrew

P.S. I have been regularly using propolis spray, which is GREAT for a sore throat - antibacterial, antiviral and it works!

P.P.S. If you are looking for a Complete supplement to start helping your itchy dog, start here: Dr Jones' Ultimate Canine ADVANCED Health Formula

P.P.P.S. If you have a seriously allergic dog, then it's time to try something more specific, and Quercetin is a great one!

Quercetin is a powerful antioxidant with antihistamine (anti-allergy), neuroprotective, cardioprotective, antimicrobial/antiviral, antioxidant, and anti-inflammatory properties. Quercetin is a flavanol, from the flavonoid family, which are compounds found naturally in fruits and vegetables. Dr. Jones' Ultimate BioActive Quercetin contains naturally sourced Sophora Japonica flower extract, which is generally more bio-available than other quercetin forms.

As an antioxidant, quercetin is 50 times more powerful than vitamin E and 20 times more powerful than vitamin C.

Our Quercetin supplement is on sale for 40% OFF until MIDNIGHT tonight here: Dr Jones' Ultimate BIOACTIVE Quercetin  

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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