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Vet's Kitchen Healthy Skin Hypoallergenic Liquid Supplement For Dogs, 300ml 97p (+£4.49 Non Prime) @ Amazon
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Vet's Kitchen Healthy Skin Hypoallergenic Liquid Supplement For Dogs, 300ml 97p (+£4.49 Non Prime) @ Amazon

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Product descriptionVet's Kitchen Healthy Skin supplement is a high strength veterinary formulation specifically designed to maintain and improve the long term health of your dog's skin and coat. Helping dogs maintain healthy skin and coat is something that is part of my everyday work as a veterinary surgeon, and I know how effective natural ingredients such as omega 3 fatty acids and oat groats can be. That is why I've developed this veterinary formulation using only the very best active ingredients, specifically to help dogs keep their skin in perfect condition: It is delivered in a tasty all-natural chicken sauce which is simply added to your dog's main meal once a day, making administration simple and effective. And don't just take our word for it - in our recent clinical trials, 79% of owners felt that Vet's Kitchen Healthy Skin supplement had a beneficial effect on their dog's skin. Supplied in a 300ml squeezy bottle.

IngredientsPurified Water
Xanthan Gum (Stabiliser)
Fish Oil
Natural Chicken Flavour
Zinc Gluconate
Modified Starch (Thickening Agent)
Potassium Sorbate (Preservative)
Citric Acid
Mixed Tocopherols (Alpha, Beta, Gamma, Delta)
Caramel (Colour)
Oat Groat Extract (Avena Sativia)
Retinyl Acetate DI-Alpha-Tocopherol
Sodium Benzoate (Preservative)

DirectionsFeeding Instructions:
Vet's Kitchen Healthy Skin active sauce is a supplementary pet food which is best fed as part of your dog's main meal, once a day.
1 x 5ml teaspoonful per 10kg bodyweight per day.
For example, a 20kg spaniel would need 2 spoonfuls per day.
Fresh drinking water should always be available.
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