Recommended Serving Guide
A long-chain omega-3 fatty acid that may help reduce inflammatory molecules in the skin.
A long-chain omega-3 fatty acid that can help reduce markers of inflammation and improve skin health.
Polyunsaturated fatty acids that can help maintain overall skin health. One study showed reduced skin itching in dogs who were fed extra omega 3 & omega 6 fatty acids.
Monounsaturated fatty acids can help support healthy skin cells and blood sugar levels.
A water-soluble B vitamin that supports healthy hair, skin and nails.
A mineral important for skin repair that can help protect skin cells from inflammation. Zinc helped relieve skin irritation in dogs, according to one study.
Dogs produce their own Vitamin C. However, supplementing with this water-soluble vitamin can support healthy immune activity and collagen production.
D-Alpha Tocopheryl Acetate
A fat-soluble nutrient that acts as an antioxidant to help protect skin cells and reduce markers of inflammation. One study found that vitamin E improved dermatitis symptoms in dogs.
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