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Dandruff? Itchiness? Lack Luster shine? We got the fix.

Who says we can’t have it all?

 
 
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Coconut Oil

Once again, coconut oil does it all. It’s a natural moisturizer with anti-viral and anti-bacterial properties.

This nutritional showoff prevents and eases irritated, itchy skin and also addresses skin conditions from flea allergies to eczema to contact dermatitis.

Still not convinced? The Lauric Acid in coconut oil can penetrate hair strands. And, since its packed with Vitamin C, coconut oil helps make your dog’s fur shine.

Phew, that was a lot.


Small Fish Oils /

Omega 3, 6, 9

3, 6, 9, dang you’re fine. Small fish have lower mercury levels and pack in fatty acids to support fur, skin, joint, and immune health.

Omega 3, 6, and 9 are suggested to help with healthy skin, glistening coat, reduced inflammation, reduced shedding, easing hot spots, and more.

The benefits are far reaching primarily due to two compounds in the oils: EPA (eicosapentaenoic acid) and DHA (docosahexaenoic acid), both produced in a limited capacity in dogs. EPA is credited with the majority of skin and fur benefits.

Winter is here. Bundle up.

Whether she’s a champion sled dog or an ugg-boot + circle scarf toting urbanite, she’s affected by winter just like us. Her paws, her fur, her skin. All of it. Let’s take care of it.

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Build a Skin & Hair Routine.

Are you Becky with the good hair? Is there a Becky? Can we talk about this please?

 

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