The natural way
A lot can be done to produce healthy shiny coats!
- Nutrition is very important. Your pet should follow a diet with 20% protein (25% for active dogs). An animal’s diet should also contain essential fatty acids or Omega 3.
- Don’t over bathe your pet – as this can result in allergies, dry skin and brittle, dry hair. Most animals have natural oils in their coat that get stripped away when you over wash.
- Gentle brushing should be done regularly, but never brush against the hair growth. If you are going to brush sensitive areas like the face, ears, belly or genital areas – use a grooming glove or soft cloth. If you encounter a knot or bur, hold tightly between the bur and your pet’s body, so as not to cause pain. If it needs to be cut, use blunt scissors, and point the scissors away from your pet’s skin.
- Do not use human beauty products on your pet (such as skin lotions or human shampoo!). These products can harm your pet and even lead to chemical toxicity.
- Flea control is very important, especially in dogs & cats with a flea allergy – as even one flea can cause a problem!
- Lastly, just a simple massage with your hands (no oils) can help to improve circulation and coat health – just remember to be firm, but not rough!
What are the ingredients?
Skin and Coat Tonic contains the following 100% natural ingredients in a vegan-friendly capsule:
Equisetum arvense (Horsetail), Taraxacum officinalis (Dandelion), Arthrospira platenis (Spirulina), Fucus vesiculosis, Kali Sulph (D6), Lactose (inactive ingredient)
Contains no gluten, artificial flavours, colours or preservatives. Our products are animal-cruelty free. Individual ingredients are well-researched and are natural, safe and effective.
How has Skin & Coat Tonic helped others?
“We really want to thank you for a great product which works well to bring the shine back to our cat’s fur and also helps her in other healthy ways. We will certainly follow your advice and use the capsules every few months as a ‘top up’ to keep her in top health.” – Zelda and Mick
“I can recommend your products to anyone who wants a healthy alternative for their animal with a problem. I had given up on the ‘natural remedies’ that I wasted my money on so many times, but I have never ever come away from your products feeling disappointed. My latest purchase of your Skin and coat tonic also lived up to your great reputation and I have recommended you to many of my fellow animal lovers who are just as happy. Thank you!” – Yael R.
“A combination of Pet Skin and Coat Tonic and the LiverAid has made a huge difference to the overall condition of my husky who has always had a problem with eczema and scratching due to her thick coat. I am trying the Flatulence Preventer next as we seem to have a problem with that too. Thank you for your help and speedy advice in my times of need! I am recommending your website to all of my friends!” – Lynda K.
How do I use Skin & Coat Tonic?
Presented in convenient capsule form, Skin and Coat Tonic may be given whole or opened and the contents mixed with food or a treat, depending on your pet’s size and preferences. For a quick ‘beauty boost’ an occasional 2 – 3 week course is recommended. For ‘run down’ pets or those with chronic skin conditions, a 6 week course would be more beneficial.
Cats and small dogs: 1/2 capsule twice daily.
Medium dogs: One capsule twice daily.
Large dogs: One to two capsules twice daily.
Caution: Safety during pregnancy and nursing has not yet been established.
Feelgood Pets Health Tip! Use Skin and Coat Tonic along with the following natural remedies, depending on need:
- Immunity and Liver Support capsules to boost immune functioning and liver health, especially after a bout of illness.
- Allergy Itch Ease – for cats & dogs with itchy skin rashes, this combination helps to reduce itching and scratching and allow time for the skin and coat to heal
Disclaimer: This medicine has not been evaluated by the Medicines Control Council. This medicine is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any illness. Please consult your veterinarian if symptoms persist.