Simply combine a mixture of 50 percent apple cider vinegar and 50 percent water in a clean spray bottle, then spray your dog’s itchy spots with the solution. If your dog’s paws are irritated, you can use the mixture for a nice, relaxing paw soak for up to five minutes.Click to see full answer. Regarding this, why does my dog have itchy feet? Inhalant Allergy Just like humans, canine inhalant allergies are caused by pollens (tree, grass, and weed), dust mites, molds, and chemicals. The symptoms of an inhalant allergy include scratching, biting, chewing at feet and constant licking. The itching may be most severe on feet, flanks, groin, and armpits.Also, how can I get my dog to stop licking his paws? A simple way to address behavioral paw-licking is to distract your dog. Take them for more walks, play with them more often, and offer them toys to hold their focus. Don’t scold them for licking, but don’t reward them with treats either. Consequently, how can I soothe my dog’s itchy bottom? Treatment options include: Expressing the sacs, which can be done at home or by a vet. Giving antibiotics to treat an infection. Increasing dietary fiber. Applying warm compresses. Lancing or flushing the sacs under general anesthetic. Anti-inflammatories if very inflamed/swollen or painful. How do I know if my dog has a yeast infection on his paws?Symptoms of yeast infection may include intense itchiness, skin irritation, and inflammation, especially around the ears, between the paw pads and digits, and on the nasal folds, anal area, armpits, and neck. Skin redness, sores, and sticky discharge are often secondary to yeast overgrowth.