I spoke with you at The Royal Winter Fair in Toronto on November 13th and told you about my (now) 11-year-old Smooth Collie, Sandi, and her problems with seborrhoea from March 2014 until
last winter. The vet prescribed a spray that I used on her for many months with only mild success, as spots were sprayed and the itching subsided somewhat, but the condition kept recurring and spreading. She had scaling, severe itching, with lots of bald and bleeding patches that progressed from her shoulders back to her tail, then along her stomach and “armpits”.
Finally, a friend picked up a package of Skin Heal for me at the Erin Fall Fair in October 2014 and I started adding it to her food. Within a couple of weeks, the bleeding patches started healing, her itching stopped and, gradually, over the winter, the bald patches stopped spreading and she started to resemble her old self again. By January 2015, everything seemed to have cleared up, but I kept her on it until May, as my groomer said seborrhoea seems to show up in the late winter/early spring.
She has not had a recurrence of the seborrhoea, but by mid-September this year, her skin was starting to be scaly and quite oily, so I started her on the Skin Heal again and will keep her on it until late spring 2016.
Thanks for providing me with a safe and effective remedy for my poor old dog’s skin problems. The first photo is Sandi when she was well, about 3 years ago, and the second one is the only photo I have of her when she was recovering from the worst of the seborrhoea. You can see a patch just down from the base of her tail where the hair has started to grow back.
It was a pleasure speaking with you at The Royal. I understand that System Fencing will be carrying your equine products and I hope you will be able to convince Ren’s Pet Depot to carry your dog and cat remedies.