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Skin/hair problems

“A big chunk of the issues we see are skin issues,” says Melissa Galech of Founders Veterinary Clinic in Brea, Calif. Though skin and coat conditions can come from a variety of causes, you can stock products to help boost the health of pets’ fur and skin.

Halo’s Dream Coat blend of cold-pressed virgin oils is packed with vitamins A, D and E to boost Rover’s immune system while enhancing his coat’s healthy glow.


In a chicken-flavored chewable tablet, PetNaturals combines the coat-glossing qualities of alpha-linolenic acid, EPA, DHA and gamma-linolenic acid.



De Botanica’s Sensitive Skin Pet Conditioning Shampoo with aloe vera, tea tree oil and vitamin E is formulated to be soothing to irritated pelts. Plus, it can be used on dogs, too.


Anti-inflammatory herbs add to the power of essential fatty acids and skin-specific vitamins and minerals in BiologicVet’s Skin&Coat formula. Online testimonials boast coat improvement within days.

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