HELPING DOGS WITH SKIN PROBLEMS
Does your pup have dry skin? Is he/she itchy? Does he/she have any of the following: raw or inflamed skin, skin allergies, hot spots or rashes? We can help!
Ashley has completed her Science of Skin & Hair Certification Class through IV San Bernard and is currently working toward becoming a Certified Canine Aesthetician. She has already helped many dogs resolve their skin problems. IV San Bernard USA is owned and taught by licensed veterinarian, Dr. Cliff Faver, DVM and Certified Master Groomer, Suzanne Marchetti. We work closely with Dr. Faver and Suzanne to address your pup's individual skin needs.
IV San Bernard is a line of Italian pet spa products which are based with all natural ingredients. These products are designed for various coat types, skin conditions (issues) and proper skin management.
We also work on the nutritional side of skin issues and have amazing diets and supplements to offer!
HERE ARE A FEW OF THE MANY DOGS WE HAVE HELPED WITH OUR THERAPIES...
Benny came to us with some pretty severe skin issues as you can see from his first picture. In just the first few treatments, you can see how far his skin has come with the proper recipe designed to treat his personal skin therapy needs.
We were able to restore Nala's skin and coat topically (without the use of harsh drugs or steroids) with our Skin Therapies. Sometimes dry skin alone can cause dramatic skin issues. Nala gets very dry skin in the winter which leaves her skin susceptible to infections. With her personalized "recipe" which we used on her once a week, you can see the amazing results after just 7 weeks!
Look at the difference with just the first three therapy treatments with Elroy's special skin therapy recipe. This recipe was customized just for him and his condition! In addition to coming in for weekly skin therapy treatment, Elroy has also started taking our Super Snouts Hemp & Shroom CBD supplements. Super Snouts Hemp & Shroom helps dogs with allergies by boosting dog's immune systems and also can block cells from releasing histamines which can help with decreased inflammation.