What is Canine Skin Irritation?
Dog skin irritations and disorders are the most common pet
ailments. A healthy dog has bright, odorless hair and skin, free of
debris, grease and irritation. A dog's skin may be irritated
if it has a rash, is dry and/or flaking, greasy, red, or itchy.
The causes can be numerous from food allergies to fleas and
ticks and other irritants. If your dog vomits after a meal, this is
an indication that he may have a food allergy. Dog owners should
pay close attention to the dog's environment such as its bed
or sleeping space which should be cleaned or changed
Royal Coat's formula contains fish oil (Omega 3) and borage oil
(Omega 6), the combination clinically proven effective in the
treatment of canine skin disorders.
Clinical veterinary research has shown that EPA, DHA, and DHA
available from fish oil and borage oil provide rapid relief for
excessive shedding, dry skin, constant licking and scratching,
eczema and dermatitis. These fatty acids are bio-available
immediately for a fast improvement in you dog's coat and skin.
Signs of Skin Problems
- excessive shedding
- dry skin
- hot spots
- excessive paw licking
- greasy and dull coats
- sores in ears
- slow wound healing
To 12 lbs-1/8 tsp per day
To 25 lbs-1/4 tsp per day
To 75 lbs-1 tsp per day
To 100 lbs -1/1/2 tsp per day
Over 100 lbs- 2 tsp
Therapeutic: Double recommended amount for 4 weeks.
Refrigerate after opening.
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