Itchy skin and minor skin problems can be helped with natural herbs.
Itchiness and minor skin problems can be hugely helped with natural herbs and can also help you get the best in dog grooming results. A dog’s outward appearance is an indication of its internal well being and health condition. Most skin treatments are applied externally to the skin while ignoring the internal state of health. Herbs work inwardly by restoring, strengthening and nourishing the whole body and therefore help create a naturally glossy coat and healthy skin. A dog with itchy skin can be caused by allergies and herbs can provide a lot of nuritional comfort.
Herbs provide essential vitamins and minerals
Natural nuisance insect repellent
Soothes minor skin irritations
Enhances the digestive system
Desensitises nervous behaviour due to itching
Dosage: For small dogs 5-10 drops twice daily. Mix in with food or water.
Medium to large dogs 10-15 drops twice daily
A 3.4 oz bottle contains approximately 3-4 months dosage.
These herbal extracts have a shelf life of 2 years.
"I've been using 'Organic Shine' and have had excellent results. I reverted to a half dose and noticed the skin gradually worsened again so shall keep going on original dose.Thank you." H. Nilsen,Merksamtreu Kennel,. KeriKeri.
I have been using your products on my 4 Dalmatians and have been very pleased with the results. I am using the Free Mover on my two elderly dogs, one is 14 and one is 15 years old. I use the Shine product on the dogs that are being shown and the kelp is added to puppies food as it helps promote pigment development and is recommended for enriching eye colour, very useful for our liver spotted variety! Thanks you again for your help and support. Kind regards, Sue Wakelin
I've been giving my dog the free mover for a while now and have noticed a side effect you might know about, might not. He was always having itchy feet and skin complaints. They have all stopped, I guess it's the anti inflam from the willow bark but it's fantastic! Have a good one Vic