Thursday, February 11, 2010

A Cure For Dog's Skin Infections?

Connecticut Pet Supplement Manufacturer Solves Common Skin Infections in Dogs

Over the last 25 years, a family owned nutritional supplement manufacturer in Milford, Connecticut, has been developing pet supplements to promote good health in dogs and cats all over the world. Scott Brown, owner, has finally solved common skin infection in dogs with his new supplemenets. The nutritional supplement has helped dogs such as Laika (a Samoyed) regain all of her lost hair due to allergies.

Scott Brown, President of IN® Pet Supplements for the last 25 years, has developed a daily nutritional supplement to provide dogs and cats with the live enzymes, essential fatty acids, antioxidants, minerals and vitamins that they require to enhance their immune system and to help keep their coat and skin in top condition. It’s in the form of a semi-soft nugget that can be given as a treat, and is designed to be taken by dogs and cats of all breeds, sizes and ages and can safely be administered each day for the life of the animal.

“Hair loss in dogs, otherwise known as Alopecia, can be caused by several different reasons,” Scott Brown said. “The hair loss is typically due to seasonal allergies, allergies to the food they are eating, or sensitivity to insect bites like fleas or mosquitoes. We have discovered that using IN® Pet Supplements will help treat their dog’s hair loss with great success.”

One customer has a Samoyed named Laika that experienced hair loss, which was quite frightening at first. “She had lost her hair and once on the supplement, within months has her hair back. If we didn’t see it ourselves, we would never have believed it”, said Linda, her owner. “Her hair is now fully grown back and looks beautiful.” These pictures of Laika show the severity of the condition, and the vast improvement after using IN® Pet Supplements.

Hot spots, or pyotraumatic dermatitis, is usually caused by excessive licking and scratching behavior. It creates a lesion that appears suddenly and grows quickly. “Redness, oozing, pain, and itchiness are the most frequently seen signs of hot spots,” Scott Brown said. “We have posted on our website the testimonials of customers from around the world that have relieved the itching and scratching by using our supplements.”

One customer, Loretta Drown, has a 3 year old Staffordshire Bull Terrier named Rocky with severe oozing and swollen skin. “After three weeks, a diet with an emphasis on IN diet supplement, you can see the difference! Swelling gone, and what we thought were dead hair follicles, the fur came back to life! What a miracle! In 25 years of breeding Staffordshire Bull Terriers, we have never seen such a remarkable improvement in such a short time! Thank you, you have truly saved Rocky's life!”

Scott Brown is the Founder and President of IN® Pet Supplements. For the last 25 years, his family run business has developed pet supplements to promote good health in dogs and cats all over the world. More information is available by calling 203-877-8526 or visiting their website at


Anonymous said...

There are lots of things to be thankful for but i guess none of them is my dog that has a lot of dog skin problems. I don't want to sound bitter but it is something i can't hardly be proud of. My family knows that I love my dog very much, they really wanted me to help on this we do a lot of treatments, but then, all of them costs me too much money, until they discuss me about the dog skin solutions created by Linda Kajda that helps me a lot to treat my dog skin problems, I really work on hard just do get over it. Okay, moving on... I am a happy person !It always overwhelm me to see happy people around. I love talking to people and it has been my routine to ask them what keeps them moving on. Someday, i will be a writer, a photographer, a web designer - and i will make a difference.
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