Does your dog's coat lose its luster in winter? Or, does your pooch seem to continually itch from fall to spring? Winter's cold, dry weather and the increased air circulation, forced heat, and lowered humidity of your home all take a toll on your dog's skin and coat health. In fact, winter skin and coat problems are common concerns of most dog owners. However, there are simple ways to help keep your dog’s coat beautiful and skin healthy.
Therefore, it is important that your dog is fed a diet rich in proteins, essential fatty acids, and more. Our Signature Series Adult Dog Food contains up to 24% protein, plus Omega-3 and Omega-6 fatty acids to help keep your dog's coat healthy. Similarly, our Country Classic Dinners® contain natural, hearty, highly digestible, and protein-rich chunks of real beef, turkey, or chicken. Supplement any diet with our Vitacoat® Plus, which uses powerful marine lipids and flaxseed oil to help promote soft, silky, and luxurious coats.
The best protection against fleas requires you to maintain your flea and tick control regimen year-round with topical solutions for your pet such as Advantage® II or Fiprotrol Plus Flea & Tick Control for Dogs by Drs. Foster & Smith. An increase in Omega-3 fatty acids in your dog's diet may also help.
Daily use of the Dog Grooming Brushes promotes circulation and stimulates and distributes natural oils to help moisturize your dog's skin. In the winter, reduce bathing frequency, which can also rob your dog's body of essential moisture. When baths are necessary, use our gentle Advanced Formula Oatmeal Shampoo with Oat Beta Glucan for gentle cleansing. Follow up with a moisturizing conditioner, like our Premier System® Conditioner. Increasing the humidity in your home may help as well.
Our Premium Plus® Omega-3 Gel Caps are rich in Omega-3 fatty acids to support healthy skin. Also try our Maximum Healthy Skin Kit which conveniently combines Omega-3 Gel Caps with Healthy Skin Tabs for optimal support at an economical price.