Each dog has a different threshold when it comes to the need to itch and scratch. Once that threshold has been reached, it's very difficult to get them to stop. Extra GLA from Borage (Starflower) helps to soothe the urge to itch, which increases this threshold, helping your dog by reducing the desire to itch, nibble and scratch at their skin.
4 signs that your dog has itchy, sensitive skin
- Does your dog itch and scratch?
- Do they nibble at their skin?
- Do they lick their paws or rub their face on furniture?
- Does their coat condition need extra support?
These are all signs of irritated, itchy skin – which a skin and coat supplement like YuMEGA Itchy Dog can help to soothe.
After walkies, wipe your dog down with a damp towel before coming back into the house. If they’re sensitive to pollen, this will remove it from their coat and paws, and help to keep your home free of itchy triggers.
How does YuMEGA Itchy Dog soothe sensitive skin?
Just like people, dogs with sensitive skin are more likely to react to ‘triggers’ – that’s things in their environment like pollen, grasses, fleas and dust mites. Contact with these irritants causes your dog’s skin to feel itchy, which leads to scratching and nibbling. If this is prolonged, it can cause skin damage and hair loss – some dogs scratch themselves raw – which makes them uncomfortable, and damages their coats.
YuMEGA Itchy Dog is packed with essential Omega 3 and 6 oils which help your dog cope with these triggers, helping them stop scratching and feel more comfortable.
Interested in the science? Let’s take a closer look at exactly how it works…
Stops the urge to scratch
Calms and soothes
Enriched for higher levels of Omega 3, our cold-pressed Salmon oil helps to calm and soothe sensitive skin.
Nourishes skin from within
YuMEGA Itchy Dog is rich in Omega 6, a key component of the skin moisture barrier which helps protect the skin from irritants and nourishes soft and supple skin. Meanwhile, added natural Vitamin E from plant sources support the skin's natural defences.
Watch our video for help with your dog's itchy skin
Feeds a healthy coat
High levels of essential Omega 3 oils from Golden Flax seed to improve coat condition.
Lintbells sources the very finest Golden Flax and Borage (Starflower) seeds, which we then cold-press to carefully extract the oil. It’s like producing the best virgin olive oil – and we always bottle the oil immediately to keep it fresh as possible. Then we add Vitamin E from natural plant sources to maintain the quality of the oil as you store it, and mop up free radicals.
YuMEGA Itchy Dog also contains finest 100% Salmon Oil from the crystal clear fjords of Norway. From fishing boat to bottle-ready oil, it takes less than an hour to process our finest quality Salmon oil, so you can be sure your dog’s getting the freshest, most effective skin-soothing goodness.
What’s everyone else saying about YuMEGA Itchy Dog?
We’re really proud of YuMEGA Itchy Dog, and the difference it makes to skin and coat condition. So why not browse our review section and see for yourself?
Daily Feeding Guide:
How many days will a bottle last?
(up to 10kg)
5 - 7.5ml
34 - 50
67 - 100
7.5 - 10ml
25 - 34
50 - 67
Very Large Dogs
10 - 15ml
17 - 25
34 - 50
Because YuMEGA Itchy Dog is a naturally tasty oil, it’s really easy to use. Just measure the amount recommended based on your dog’s weight – then pour it over your itchy dog’s food.
Using YuMEGA Itchy Dog for the first time?
It’s important to give your dog time to get used to new things you introduce into their diet, so try using half the daily recommendation for the first week before moving up to the recommended amount for your dog.
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It’s the easy way to reduce itchy, irritated skin and keep your dog's coat healthy.
Got a question?
We love talking to people about their pets, and helping where we can. If you’ve got any questions about the YuMEGA Itchy Dog, please do call us. We’re here Monday to Friday, 9am-5pm, on 01462 416866 – or email email@example.com – we’ll try to get back to you within a working day
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