After reading all the reviews I decided to give it a try b/c I wanted to get my boy off Apoquel (terrible stuff!) for his severe allergies, so I bought it. I started giving him 2 a day beginning May 12, today is the 18th, we have yet to see him scratch or run any of his "normal itchy" areas, so I'm a believer this stuff works. He was a constant foot licker and just recently started rubbing his chin on stuff and it had a stinky odor to it - that has dissipated. If you are having doubts - you still need to try it. If it doesn't work, you get a refund. I live in West Palm Beach, Fl and this is best allergy stuff he's been on that works and is actually good for him.
We adopted a pitbull mix a month ago and she was on antibiotics because of a skin problem when we brought her home. She scratched and bit her skin a lot and the antibiotics upset her stomach with loose stool. I decided to try Zesty Paws because of the reviews. Within the first week I noticed the scratching and biting of her skin reduce tremendously. I believe it also regulated her stomach issues quickly too. She loves the taste of them too and she takes them like a treat. I'm very happy with my purchase.
These work great for my dog who has seasonal allergies. I brought her to the vet because she was having spotty hair loss and they wanted to put her on an allergy prescription for the rest of her life. I found this and gave it a try and it was all she needed. She's been using these for 5 years now without any more allergy issues. The ingredients are good too, so I decided to give them to all my other dogs too. They think they're just getting delicious treats. I'm angry that the 250 count container always has the bites crushed in the center. Crushed into a mixture of powder and little broken pieces. One container even had them crushed at the top too, but it's usually only the middle ones that get crushed. Guess the 250-count has too much weight for the bites to support during the shipping. I'll have to start buying the 90-count again. The 250 count doesn't save any money when so many end up wasted.
I got a puppy 3 months ago and I noticed she was scratching so much so much her fur was thin. I tried everything from bathing her, changing food, doing all human-grade food and nothing helped. I tried this as a last resort from taking my pup to the vet and I’m so stoked I tried them. She is supposed to get 1x a day but I do 2x a day and she also gets salmon oil in her morning food. She doesn’t scratch like she did, her fur is growing back and her old scabs have healed. I highly recommend this to someone who hasn’t had to deal with dog allergies before.
It's my second jar already. (When I bought the first one, I was only fostering my dog and thought he would be gone before he finished this. Now he's half way off his second jar because he's living with me forever!) He likes the peanut butter and lamb one. So I crush this tab and mix with his kibble to make his kibble taste better. But I'm not sure how much it's helped my dog's immunity as he still have a digestive issue. After finishing this up, I'm just going to give him separate tabs for probiotics and omega3. I might be able to figure out once I stop giving him this.
I bought this because my Maltipoo had horrible tear stains and I had tried everything (bottled water, changed her bowl, approved foods, blueberries, eye washes, etc) then my vet said maybe she had allergies and to treat the issue and the symptoms would stop. It did! After a few days, she told producing excessive tears and now I’m able to properly manage her eye care without fighting against it. Her tear stains are almost gone and she now longer has a wet face from her eyes draining
They like them as a treat, but I’ve had my dogs on these for 2 months, and I can’t see they’re helping. My are still itching, scratching and chewing on themselves pretty much all day. I think I’m going to have to take them to the vet and get them tested for different allergens.
He's been on it a few weeks now and his coat and skin definitely look better. I also give him fish oil, which I had already been doing. So I think this has improved his skin/allergies. Definitely scratching less, still some scratching, but not as bad.
I live in Florida and my Malinois starts getting very itchy in March. And as much as her constant scratching annoys me, I imagine it’s nothing compared to what she’s going through. I douse her in Burt Bee’s anti-itch dog spray and give her Benadryl. Which makes her lethargic. I saw this product on Chewy and thought I’d give it a try. Within three days (twice a day treat) her itching was greatly diminished so I stopped the spray and Benadryl. In a week she was normal.
We've had our dog on Apoquel for years and due to expense we decided to try something else. Summer is just starting but Aller-Immune so far seems to be taking care of his seasonal allergies at a much lower cost. We are very pleased with this product!