"...If your dog has itchy skin, the beginnings of a hot spot, incessantly washes its feet, has smelly ears, or is picky about his food, the application of ACV may change things around. For poor appetite, use it in the food - 1 tablespoon, two times a day for a 50 lb. dog. For itchy skin or beginning hot spots, put ACV into a spray bottle, part the hair and spray on. Any skin eruption will dry up in 24 hours and will save you having to shave the dog. If the skin is already broken, dilute ACV with an equal amount of water and spray on. "What is all the things that it can help with our pups? And how do we use it to help certain things?
Not sure about ACV, but i give my dog a teaspoon of garlic over his food once a week. Natural worm and flea repellent. Works so far, and I live in humid texas. We breed mosquitos for a hobby down here heh.Hello am new here! I was going to ask a question on ACV but found this useful thread. Is it true that ACV can also be used to prevent fleas? My dog doesn't have fleas/ticks, I was just very curious as I had heard about it. Thanks!
What kind of garlic do you use powder, minced, whole? I have never had a problem with fleas till I moved to Ga and they are EVERYWHERE!!! I think we also breed mosquitos and fleas for a hobby!! Thanks!Not sure about ACV, but i give my dog a teaspoon of garlic over his food once a week. Natural worm and flea repellent. Works so far, and I live in humid texas. We breed mosquitos for a hobby down here heh.