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  • kenhump
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    FWIW. Last fall my big dog was scratching a bit. Vet said try some omega3 supplements. They sold me a bottle for about $30. Worked, but. One day in Walmart I saw Alaska naturals. It’s salmon oil with glucomine. Worked well to at about $10 for same size pump bottle. Also good for bones and joints.

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    We feed our dog a raw diet which includes a piece of of raw mackeral. The fish oil in it has helped with his skin problems and itchiness dramatically. His coat looks super shiny too. Fish oil capsules or straight up fish oil can also be used.

    Oldbear
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    Besides your bones and joints does it help your hair slick down Ken.

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    cowboy
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    Interesting, and funny one Oldbear!

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    We feed our dog a raw diet which includes a piece of of raw mackeral. The fish oil in it has helped with his skin problems and itchiness dramatically. His coat looks super shiny too. Fish oil capsules or straight up fish oil can also be used. DogBedsView

    Hello redwing32,

    Can we give them fish oil capsules directly or its necessary to add it in their food?

    Thankyou,
    PeterE

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