Pet Kelp Skin and Coat adds organic flax seed to its kelp based supplement of minerals and vitamins. Organic flax seeds are rich in Omega-3s and Omega-6s, which are vital nutrients needed for healthy canine and feline skin. Pet Kelp Skin and Coat provides the optimal 3:1 ratio.
This all natural supplement continues a tradition from Nova Scotia coast. For 400 years, fisherman and farmers have fed their animals kelp to keep them healthy, hardy and happy. Pet Kelp is hand harvested from the icy waters of Nova Scotia, sun dried and powdered.
A complete panel of minerals and vitamins
Features organic flax seeds rich in Omega-3s and Omega-6s
Directions: We recommend combining Pet Kelp with your pet's daily food. For moist food, mix Pet Kelp directly with food. If using dry food, mix Pet Kelp with 1/4 cup of water, stir and pour over the dry food. Give Pet Kelp to your pet according to its weight.
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Kelp is great for the dogs! by Misslissa02/27/2014
There are many benefits to adding kelp to my dog's food. It was an easy purchase and reasonably priced. Will purchase again.
purchase was fine by amyh06/21/2013
shipping took forever, almost 2 weeks but product was ok
Add some extra vitamins-- in a Natural way! by maltese mom11/06/2012
This is a powdered kelp that you mix with a little water and pour over dry food or mix directly into wet food. My 5 year old Maltese doesn't like hard food very much, so as soon as I pour the kelp mixture on top of his dry food, he rushes to eat the whole bowl! Im not sure that this has anything to do with the taste, but it has tons of vitamins and will last me quite awhile, as I only need to use 1/2 tsp per day. A good product I think.
We think it works well by FrecklesDad from Locust Grove, GA07/20/2014
We have 2 dogs with sensitive skin - one we use NexGard on because her skin is too sensitive for topicals. Both dogs have stopped the very frequent rubbing and scratching. On the more sensitive dog, we stopped the kelp and about a week later she started rubbing against furniture and scrapping her tummy on rugs. About 2 weeks after restarting the kelp, she once again stopped the scratching. We give it a bit under the recommendation.