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boxer with skin problems - food allergy


How would one determine what remedy a dog needs for skin problems?

She is allergic to some food it seems. Needs to eat some special food, otherwise she gets small bumps on her skin, like on top of head or between her paws which she bites and scratches of sometimes until she bleeds? She also scratches her ears with her legs many times a day.

She has allergy to bees also. Gets swllen when stung.

When she was 1 year old, in summer she would also get under arm pits red patches from grass or something. The vet said she must be allergic to a plant.


She is the left one in the pic, the other one is just a friend of hers who came to visit lol
[message edited by Silicea on Fri, 19 Aug 2011 04:23:18 BST]
  Silicea on 2011-08-05
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
[message edited by Silicea on Fri, 19 Aug 2011 04:23:52 BST]
Silicea last decade
Silicea last decade
Is there a safe remedy for food allergy which causes scratching, small bumps on skin as I mentioned above for dogs?

+ She has a fear of people.

The strange thing is if a person touches her she will get afraid and than bark, but if a person has a dog with him and touches her than she is fine and doesnt mind. Its probably because she is so focused on other dogs. Always wants to play and get together with every dog she sees on the street, that its really hard to control her at times, from pulling so hard on the leash.

There was an incident when she was small. Our landlord scared her a bit when she visited our property, by shaking her hair and stomping her foot. She did this on purpose and thought it was fun. My dog kept barking at her but at times she would run away afraid than.

She is a typical boxer: lots of energy, very social, always wants to play, very oobedient, loyal, loves being outside etc

Often she looks so sweet and people come up to her to touch her, but 2 seconds after she got touched, she changes into a devil lol, well not really, but she barks
[message edited by Silicea on Wed, 17 Aug 2011 06:18:05 BST]
Silicea last decade
No suggestions yet

Well I read a while ago on the Internet  that boxer dogs were used on stage in the old times because they are so theatrical, like clowns. And I know what they mean with that... She is very much like that

And palladium is currently curing my fear of people so I will give her a drop of 1M palladium. I am confident that it fits.
Silicea last decade

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