1. Offer relief via effective anti-itch sprays and specialty shampoos.
This will not cure allergies, but can help stop itching while you work on the steps below to reduce or eliminate triggers. Ahead, we will cover exact products for this. Read on, or jump to:
Sprays and Shampoos to Stop Itching.
2. Know what you are feeding your Pug
and do not just trust the food based on name recognition. Many brands that are well-known are the worst offenders. Quite a few of the ones that you see stacked up in pet supply stores or in supermarkets, and many that air commercials are often very low-quality foods.
According to DogFoodAdvsior
, which does a lot of work to investigate and rank dog food, the following are just some of the brands that have formulas that are only 1, 2, or 3 stars:
Alpo, Ben's Best, Beneful, Blue Buffalo, Defender, Diamond, Eukanuba, Everpet, Gravy Train, Hill's Science Diet, Iams, Kibbles 'n Bits, Pedigree, Purina, Royal Canin, and Simply Right.
3. Make changes to your Pug's food.
Switch your Pug to a 100% all-natural, high quality food that contains zero additives. The food should be persevered via vitamins, not chemicals, and have no artificial coloring or flavoring.