Dog Allergy: NEW Home Remedy

Hello and welcome back to my channel! If you’re new here, please consider subscribing and don’t forget to hit the bell for notifications. Today, I’m excited to share a breakthrough natural remedy for dogs suffering from allergies, which often manifest as constant scratching, chewing, and excessive hair loss. It’s a struggle seeing your dog in such discomfort, and typically, the treatment options are quite limited and can be harsh.

Common Treatments and Their Drawbacks

When you visit your veterinarian with an itchy dog, they might suggest treatments like prednisone—a quick-acting steroid with numerous side effects—or other newer medications like Apoquel and Atopica. While these can be effective, they often come with a high cost and potential side effects. Wouldn’t it be fantastic if there was a natural alternative that could alleviate your dog’s discomfort without these downsides?

Discovering Beta Testosterone: A Plant-Based Solution

Enter Beta Testosterone, a plant nutrient derived from soy, which has shown promise in treating atopic dermatitis (the technical term for environmental allergies in dogs). This nutrient works by interfering with the inflammatory cascade associated with allergies, particularly by blocking certain pathways like interleukin. Research in animal studies has highlighted its effectiveness, making it a potential game-changer for our furry friends.

How to Administer Beta Testosterone

The typical dosage of Beta Testosterone is about one milligram per pound of body weight, or roughly two milligrams per kilo. For example, a 20-pound dog like my Pippi would receive about 20 milligrams. I have a supplement here that combines flax oil with Beta Testosterone, totaling about 500 milligrams per capsule. For smaller doses, you can simply cut the capsule in half and mix the oil into your dog’s food, making it a hassle-free addition to their diet.

Real-Time Testing and Observations

Let me show you how this works. I’ll cut open a capsule so you can see the thick, yellow, gelatinous content—mainly flax oil mixed with Beta Testosterone. After drizzling it over Pippi’s food, she immediately took to it, enjoying the taste. Not only is this easy to administer, but it also promises a shinier coat, less itching, and reduced hair loss for your dog.

Conclusion and Further Resources

This natural remedy could be just what you need if your dog suffers from allergies. I’ll provide a link to the studies supporting Beta Testosterone in the description below for those interested in exploring this option further. Thanks so much for watching this video on a new remedy for dog allergies. Don’t forget to subscribe for more updates, and I’ll also send you a free copy of my book on dog allergies if you click the link below.

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11 thoughts on “Dog Allergy: NEW Home Remedy”

  1. Does it help foodbased allergies?
    And does it have to be a certain brand?
    Can’t read the label on your video … you move the bottle too fast

  2. your youtube video says 100mg per 20 lbs daily…….this site says 1mg per 1lb…twice a day…quite a difference?? My 6 yr old pup gets environmental, allergies, a few days into August every year…thx

    1. Hi Steve, there is a big range for dosages with Beta-Sitosterol, it’s a relatively new remedy for dogs. Starting dose is 1-2mg per lb of body weight per day, up to (as in the video) 5mg per lb of body weight daily. For some pets it may take the higher dose to see a difference, watch for digestive issues if giving the higher dosages.

  3. Beta-Sitosterol is working well..he didn’t eat yesterday tho…he’s doing 1mg per 1lb…he’s due for his monthly Heartwoom med ( ivermectin/pyrantel) i’m concerned now about an interaction… any thoughts would be appreciated

    1. For this, maybe its because dog is new to this ingredient, you can lower down the dosage and monitor your pet for couple of days, if still not eating please seek the help of expert or to your local vet.

  4. I can’t always see the name of the product you’ve recommended. It would be most helpful to include a link.

  5. Hi Andrew I am from UK. Can you tell me which brand in UK or on Amazon to buy this Beta-Sitosterol for 13 year old dog with allergies. Also my dog hates me touching her ears, it’s very sore due to bacterial infection that she has had for years. I usually take her to the vet every 4 weeks to get some drops put into her ears. I don’t know how to put your DIY concoction into her ears.

    Please help

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