Donna Ozdowski Case Study
Breed: Cardigan Welsh Corgi
Age: 3.5 years old
Banner had a chronic problem with red yeast on his feet, which caused his white hair to turn pinkish red. He was eating a sensitive stomach/sensitive skin food, but improvement was not unremarkable if not nil. He had also completed two courses of oral medication with Ketoconazole and was bathed with a medicated shampoo regularly.
Banner has food sensitivities to chicken, corn, milk, cow’s milk, soy, turkey, wheat, and white fish.
After one month, Banner’s feet are showing improvement.