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YuMEGA Itchy Dog is a natural, high quality supplement for dogs prone to feeling itchy. Our premium cold-pressed oils support sensitive skin in dogs.
● Supports sensitive skin
● Supports itching and scratching
● Supports skin health
● The UK's #1 Veterinary Skin supplement*
*Gfk Vet Trak Sales Data, MAT Values (December 2016)
How does YuMEGA Itchy Dog soothe sensitive skin?
• CALMS THE ITCH
Extra GLA from Starflower (Borage) provides Omega 6 (GLA) which helps to soothe the urge to itch. YuMEGA Itchy Dog contains higher levels of Omega 3 – 70% more powerful than ever before.
• SUPPORTS COAT CONDITION
High levels of essential Omega 3 oils from Golden Flax seed to support coat condition.
• SUPPORTS NATURAL DEFENCES
Added natural Vitamin E and Omega 6 (LA), support the skin’s natural defences.
Lintbells sources the oils from the very finest Golden Flax and Borage (Starflower) seeds which are then cold-pressed to carefully extract the oil and is immediately bottled to keep the oil as fresh as possible. Then Vitamin E from natural plant sources is added to maintain the quality of the oil and mop up free radicals.
YuMEGA Itchy Dog also contains the finest 100% Salmon oil from the crystal clear fjords of Norway. From fishing boat to bottle-ready oil, it takes less than an hour to process this finest quality Salmon oil, so your dog is getting the freshest, most effective skin supporting goodness.
Ingredients: Salmon oil, Fish oil, Golden Flax oil, Starflower oil, Vitamin E
Mix the following amounts with food daily using the measure provided. Do not exceed the daily recommendations.It's important to give your dog time to get used to new things you introduce into their diet, so try using half the daily recommendation for the first week before moving up to the recommended amount for your dog.