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Yolanda Platero says
My dog keeps scratching and won’t stop. I have tried many products and do not work at all and I was looking on youtube and saw your video and I want to try your product.
Not sure what product it is you want to try since you didn’t mention a specific one and we have hundreds. That being said, there are generally two things we recommend when people have a dog that scratches all the time.
First, set out a Flea Trap. This device will no doubt capture fleas so if that’s the problem, the trap will quickly let you know. But these traps will also capture a wide range of other pests including but not limited to mosquitoes, biting flies, gnats and more. So after a week of having it set out in a room where you have seen the dog scratching, the trap will have captured anything active in that area and in doing so, provided valuable information about what the problem pest might be that needs to be treated.
Flea Trap: https://bugspray.com/traps/electric/flea-trap
Second, get some Oxy Med Anti Itch spray. This material is for pets (mostly dogs) and will quickly relieve any itch they might be feeling. It will work on insect bites but it will also stop the itchy feeling pets get from dry, irritated skin.
Anti Itch: https://bugspray.com/catalog/insecticide/pet/oxy-med-itch-relief-8-oz.html
In summary, if you set out a flea trap and there is a biting pest in the home that’s been targeting your pet, you’ll know within a week because the trap will have caught some of them. And if you start using Oxy Med on your pet, the itchy sensations they’re feeling will no doubt be reduced and if there is no pest active, the scratching will stop altogether.
So if the trap doesn’t catch anything and the pet stops itching once you start using the Oxy Med, you will be able to rule out an insect as the problem. But if the trap captures something (even if the pet stops scratching) you will then be able to identify the pest and in doing so, learn from our site how to treat the problem (or give us a call for further assistance).