Osiris is 9years old and he is on a raw diet, organic ck from natures variety. He loves carrots, apples, etc (never canned or dry food). For the past 3 summers he has been getting crusted areas on either his tummy, rear and this year its on his back (alot of itch). I thought it was the pesticide for fleas but he hasn’t had a dose since 4/11/11. Before 3yrs ago he was treated w/ natural insect remedies (they worked great). Stupidly, I got a dumb idea to use Zodiac. So he has only had 2 viles in 3yrs, no pesticide this season and it’s back. I use Vetericyn (wound spray) and clears it up. The last 2xs I gave him 6 antibiotics. His stools are odor free and solid. Does any one have specific info on a diet related to the Icelandic diet? I thought getting back to the Poms roots may help me. Maybe he needs to be on fish? It’s seasonal though, he is fine during winter. Thanks for any and all help.Lorraine&Osiris
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