If your dog isn’t getting enough EFAs from their diet, they can develop a variety of problems. These can vary from dry itchy skin and a dull coat to heart disease, diabetes and a compromised immune system. Like us, dogs need to get these nutrients from the food that they eat. EFAs play a crucial role in maintaining the healthy function of your dog’s heart and liver, helping their skin and coat to stay healthy and their joints to stay strong.
A gorgeous, glossy coat usually indicates a healthy animal. So should you worry if your dog has dandruff? We get the lowdown from our vet on when to take your pooch’s dandruff seriously and which bonkers ‘treatments’ to avoid.
Your itchy dog may be trying to tell you something unexpected. In this dog hay fever guide, you can learn the signs of canine hay fever, then check out our 5-step plan to help your scratching dog beat the allergic itch.