How To Take Care Of Your Pet's Skin
| Just like your own skin, your petís skin has a very |
important job to do. It prevents dirt, bacteria, fungi,
mites and chemicals from invading your petís body.
If you have noticed that your pet's coat is looking
dull or brittle and that they seem to be experiencing
problems with their skin, it is important to look
into pet skin care products. Letís go to the root of
your petís skin and see how you can keep your petís skin healthy.
For the skin to function the best it can, it must receive the proper nutrition. The health of your petís skin and coat reflects his or her overall health. The nutrition from food is sent to your petís skin and coat last, so it is important that your pet not only gets the most out of his or her food, but also receives adequate vitamins and minerals to maintain its healthy skin and coat.
|1. Fatty Acids: These must be in your petís diet because your petís body canít produce it on its own. Linoleic acid is the essential fatty acid for dogs. Linoleic acid and arachadonic acid are for cats. Omega Caps are an advanced multi-fatty acid supplement for both dogs and cats. |
|2. Vitamins: Provide your pet with the essential vitamins, minerals and nutrients your pet needs to lead a healthy and extended life. Use Vita-Tabs which contain vitamins A, D, & E to nourish the skin. Derm-Tabs are packed with natural vitamins, minerals and oils essential for your pet's skin and coat. |
|3. Proteins: Although your pet may be given adequate protein in his or her diet, your pet may not be digesting it properly. Their skin and nails may become dry and smelly, and there may also be a noticeable lack of energy. Enzymes aid in the digestion of proteins. |
|Severe itching, scratching, paw licking and face rubbing can be a nuisance for your pet. Check out these products that will help your pet from allergies and skin disorders. |
|Reduce inflammation and keep your pets pain free with these products. |
|Excessive shedding can be unhealthy, cause pain & discomfort, and lead to skin problems. Help reduce or eliminate unwanted shedding. |