Vitamin E capusules
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Liane M.
Rating: 5

For a Healthy Coat

posted 5 years ago

When my dogs’ coats were getting dry and a little flakey, my vet suggested giving fish oil or vitamin E. Since the vitamin E was already in the house and seemed easy to get we tried it and it seemed to work. Our dogs’ coats are shiny and no more flakes. I give one 400 I.U. soft gel a day with their breakfast. I usually skip the weekends since I don’t want to overdo it. I buy a big bottle at Costco and try to remember to take it myself, but my dogs get it more than me.

Pros: Easy to give

Cons: None that I'm aware of

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donna r.
Rating: 5

Shinny coat

posted 6 years ago

i take vitamin e every day. my big dog had a rash that used to use to appear on his belly/ started giving him vitamin e d-alpha and the rash has never come back. his coat shines also

Pros: it is good for them

Cons: none

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