Optimum Skin & Coat | Dr. Bill’s Pet Nutrition

Optimum Skin & Coat | Dr. Bill’s Pet Nutrition


The largest organ system in the dog and
cat is the skin. Unfortunately, when your pet’s body is prioritizing where to send valuable nutrients the skin and hair coat are at the bottom of the priority system. Perhaps this is why veterinarians see more skin and hair coat problems than anything else these days. Hello, I’m Doctor Bill Barnett. There is a reason why most of our pets do not resemble the champions of Westminster. The majority of today’s pet foods only provide maintenance levels of protein, fatty acids, vitamins and minerals. Performance animal owners supplement these diets in order to get optimum appearance and health results. When nutrient needs go up, such as we see during increased activity, reproduction,
injury, disease, or stress it becomes easier to see why the skin and hair coat of our pets can be affected so easily. The nutrients are being used for higher
priority systems in the body. Giving our pets more food just to provide
additional skin and coat nutrients is not a good idea. More food, equals more calories, equals
unnecessary weight gain. We all know how dangerous canine and
feline obesity can be and the multitude of problems it presents. I recommend the use of skin and hair coat supplementation. A high-quality nutritional supplement can provide specific skin and hair coat nutrients in a concentrated form that does not increase the daily caloric intake of your dog or cat. Preventing skin and hair coat problems before they occur is easier and less expensive than treating them once present. My canine and feline optimum skin and coat products are highly concentrated, nutritional powders that have been scientifically formulated to provide a
balanced, palatable blend of high quality proteins type 1 and 3 collagen, omega-3 fatty acids, vitamins, minerals and additional specialty nutrients known to be helpful in maintaining healthy skin and hair coats. Optimum skin and coat benefits include: healthier skin, luxurious hair coats,
reduced shedding less itching and scratching, and fewer hairball problems for cats. To learn more, continue reading about skin and hair coat health and the optimum skin and coat supplement. You may also want more information on pet nutritional needs or today’s pet foods. You can do so by clicking on the optimal pet nutrition link on our website. Let’s help our pets look and feel better, add optimum skin and coat to your pet’s daily diet.

Daniel Yohans

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