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Canine Country Club Day Spa and Country Retreat
5075 McKinney Avenue, Dallas, TX 75205
Phone: 214-526-2033       Fax: 214-526-2036
Wellness Center Hours: Mon-Fri 8am-6pm, Sat 8am-12pm
Country Retreat Drop-off Only: Monday through Saturday 8-10am
Country Retreat Pick-up Hours: Mon 12-3pm or 4-6pm, or Tue-Fri 3-6pm, or Sat 10am-12pm

Puppy with Ball Dog with face mask and cucumbers

Fleas, ticks, lice, and mange partly represent the spectrum of parasitic infestation conditions. Some characteristics of skin allergies are inflammation of the skin, redness, rashes that can be caused by flea-bites, canine atopy, or food borne allergies. Fleas may contain histamine like substances in their saliva that can cause an allergic reaction. Environmental and pollen allergies can also cause canine atopy (hypersensitivity). Dogs can be allergic to some proteins, fats, and various types of vitamins in dog food. Picking the right food for your pet can also help control allergies. Have an examination and Nutritional Consultation by our veterinarian to identify any allergic, parasitic, or infectious conditions.

To help maintain or treat your dog or cat's skin, we offer:
  • Hypoallergenic bathing
  • Ear cleaning
  • Therapeutic baths

Products available for purchase and grooming services:
  • KetoChlor shampoo - antiseptic, antifungal, and anti-irritant
  • Epi-Soothe cream rinse - oatmeal conditioner soothes itchy and dry sensitive skin
  • ResiCort leave on lotion - antiprutic and anti-inflammatory
  • Ecto-Soothe 3X shampoo - kills Fleas, ticks, & lice. Emollient oatmeal pesticidal shampoo
  • Keratolux shampoo - a unique antisborrheic and keratolytic shampoo that removes scales, crust, and excessive oil. Tea tree oil scent
  • Epi-Soothe shampoo - oat-grain derivative, soap free, designed for soothing, cleansing, and controlling mild itch of dry sensitive skin
  • Hexadene shampoo - gentle, antimicrobial, anti-irritant to reduce inflammation
  • Epi-otic ear cleanser - non-irritating, antimicrobial, dewaxing, and keratolytic

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