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The Missing Link Ultimate Skin & Coat
The Missing Link Ultimate Skin & Coat 11 12
Excellent Product I have no scientific proof about how this product works, but my Westie lived to be 17.5 years old taking this every day. All of our other Westies never made it past 15. While care and medications have gotten much better too, I believe that taking this every day made a huge difference. He actually didn't start even acting old until he was beyond 15 and our 9 year old Cairns are still very active. A great benefit of this is that it really helps their skin and hair. 02/25/2013
Only product that has worked for my dog! I have a horribly allergic bull mastiff and with this product I have seen the best results! He no longer breaks out in hives or gets acne on his chin! He also started having adverse effects from his allergies; the skin on his belly went from bright and pink to a dark brown (no he wasn't dirty, his skin literally got darker) and bumpy...three weeks later his belly is going back to being pink!!! 06/13/2012
Amazing product! I have a beautiful black lab, Sasha who is four years old. Her shedding was driving me crazy. Being something of a neat freak it seems like I spent most of my time sweeping up black hair all over my house. I had tried everything, special brushes, vitamin supplements, you name it nothing helped. While doing research on shedding I came across an article on Missing Link and figured I had nothing to lose. It did take a while to start working (about 6 weeks) but the change has been amazing. Her coat is healthy and shiny and best of all the shedding has decreased dramatically. Highly recommend this product. 09/22/2010
Awesome stuff! I foster Yorkshire Terriers and often get strays or puppy mill survivors with bad skin conditions, mange, etc., from poor nutrition. As soon as they arrive in my home I start giving them food mixed with Missing Link. For their size, the recommended amount is 1 tsp per day but you should start slowly so I go with 1/4 tsp for the first couple of days, 1/2 for a couple of days, 3/4 tsp and so on. A female I recently fostered came to our rescue right after treatment for sarcoptic mange. Her skin was waxy and scaly and she had developed a yeast infection. With the help of the right medications and Missing Link supplement, her hair was growing out in no time and she was adopted two weeks after arriving in foster care! 08/02/2010
Love this product! My terrier mix was itching and scratching very frequently, after 5 days of eating "The Missing Link" as part of his daily diet, the itching and scratching are OVER! His furr feels softer and healthier, plus he loves the taste of this awesome supplement. I highly recommend this product, you won't be dissapointed. 07/26/2010
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a gravy on her food, would give the same effect as it does dry? I need to do something for her to get her skin healthy as it is currently turning dark from her allergy problems.
My dog gets itchy skin from certain types of fish. Plus he gets ear yeast infections. Is it okay feed him this stuff?
groomed every month and they empty her glands at that time also. She is so picky at eating. I can give her Instinct food and she may or may not eat it. She will eat cooked chicken, but now she is picky with that too. What can I feed her to keep her diet with fiber and healthy? Now the vet wants to remove the anal glands because she is sick with this so much. What can I do for her, so she doesn't have to do surgery? She has started scooting and licking and I feel sorry for her! I need help!
Answer:¬†I hope this helps because I had similar problems with my Chihuahua. A few years back she got a human form of Mersa or Staff infection in her kidneys and liver and I almost lost her. I heard that dog food only needs to be 12% digestible in order to pass regulations. True or not, that was enough for me. I cook for her. I add bone meal to her chopped up frozen veggies (they need to be cooked). I would do fruit too but she hates all fruit so I have to find treats with fruit. I cook low fat hamburger sometime or steak or chicken or turkey. I have to switch it every three days. she does do the feast or famine thing sometimes so don't panic. I tried to add omegas but she wont touch it if I do, so again I have to supplement that with a treat. I am going to try sardines (low in mercury). I dice up and cook sweet potatoes or bake them like fries for her for the fiber and carbs. Pumpkin is good too. I am also thinking of getting The Missing Link Skin and Coat on the petmeds site. I have tried 6 different vitamins and she wont eat them. Regarding the glands, remember the vet does and internal expression once a month. The groomer does an external so it is not as efficient at the groomers. My theory behind the glands is that there is a build up of toxins. I believe humans remove toxins through waste like dogs. I wonder if your dog is having that many issues what toxins are being built up. Fiber is key for your dog. I hope this helps.
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