There is nothing worse than watching your Cane Corso suffer from itchy skin allergies. We asked our community of over 800,000 Cane Corso owners the following question: What shampoo do you recommend for a Cane Corso with sensitive or itchy skin?
We have summarized the best responses below. Always remember to consult with your vet before making changes that affect the health of your Cane Corso. iHeartDogs is reader friendly so some of the links below may be paid affiliate links at no additional cost to you.
The 15 Best Hypoallergenic Shampoos for Cane Corso Itchy/Sensitive Skin
We switched to a grain and meat free diet with oatmeal shampoo! It worked wonders!
Author: april m
I use Duoxo… ask your vet.
Do not bathe frequently, you will make the skin dry and itchy more.
I bath mine about twice a year, she has very dry and sensitive skin.
Once a week, I spray his coat with anti-allergy oatmeal spray and feed him a can of tuna in oil with his food every day.
Author: sara g
Do it yourself: 1 cup of tear-free baby shampoo and half aloe leaf pulp.
Mix, store. I hope that helps
Author: Gives life.
Author: doug l
Paul Mitchell tea tree or oats
Author: cute m
Veterinary Formula Clinical Care Antiseptic and Antifungal Medicated Shampoo for Dogs and Cats
Author: michael m
Mane and Tail.
Author: jay r
Burt’s Bee against itching
Author: lynn n
Douxo S3 Shampoo
Author: jason l
Change the food. Go grain free. Skin problems come from diet. Remove all chicken products. Go fishing for sweet potatoes. Add a fish oil vitamin. See it helps.
Author: Debra Bryant M.
Contains Ketoconazole and thymol.
Author: Kris A.
Author: susan h
Probably a food based thing we switched to grain free zero poultry includes duck and gave him a daily prebiotic gut health is key with this breed I’m on my 3rd
Author: laurie d
TropiClean OxyMed Medicated Anti-Itch Shampoo for Pets
Author: susan h
Important note: The above suggestions come from our community of cane corso owners. Always do your own research and consult with your vet before making changes that affect the health of your cane corso. iHeartDogs is reader-friendly, so where applicable, the links above may be affiliate links to retailers at no additional cost to you.