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Old 06-28-2009, 09:26 PM   #16 (permalink)
 
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I feed fish oil to my dogs. They get 1-2 fish oil pills per day on average. I have no poo problems, and my black pug is shiny as can be. My EB has some hormonal balding issues, but the areas that have no hairloss are healthy and shiny lol. Lady's hair is so short I don't really notice a shine, but none of my dogs have visible dander (I hate when dogs look all dry and flaky on their coat). I also feed TOTW pacific stream, and the main protein source is fish, so that helps as well. I also add a bit of apple cider vinegar to the dogs' food whenever I refill the dish, and I don't know if it has helped the hair, or it is just a coincidence, but Thrall's hair is coming back in on his sides. Also, since I started the ACV there are much less farts from my crew :-)
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i give max derm caps (fatty acid supplements) he has a beautiful coat to begin with but it seems to help the little bumps on his skin....they lil capsules smell gnarly (as i guess fish oil will)
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is it possible to give a dog too much fish oil. I give kaiser fish oil caps and use the California natural skin and coat supp...But I think it might be too much lol his BM looked a little oily
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Also for any one using fish oil-remember to supplement some vitamin E. The reason being is long term fish oil supplementation MAY decrease vitamin E levels. That is why I use Sea Pet with Vitamin E in it.
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