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Top 5 Best Dog Foods for Skin and Coat

30 . November .2023Katy van suilchem0 Comments

However much hair your dog has, it's important that you feed them the right food to keep their coat, and their skin, as healthy as possible. Mostly, a high-protein diet is best for your furry friends' health - but what specific foods are the most nutritious?

We've put together the best foods to feed your pup, to keep their skin and coat happy and healthy.

Turkey

High in protein, low in fat, and full of all those good amino and fatty acids - what more can you want? Turkey is a doggy superfood, and helps keep skin and coat healthy and well-conditioned. 

Salmon

Salmon is stuffed with Omega-3 fatty acids, which is perfect for keeping your dog's coat super shiny. Any kind of fish is helpful for skin and coat health, but salmon is particularly high in protein.

Sweet Potato

Sweet potatoes are an amazing source of fibre, which is great for your dog's digestive system. They're full of Vitamins A, B6, C, calcium, potassium, and iron, all of which are perfect for improving your dog's overall health. Vitamin A is especially good for healthy eyes, muscles, nerves, and skin.

Carrots

Carrots are rich in Vitamin A, which helps to support your pup's immune system, eye health, and super skin and coat! Try grating carrot on top of your dog's food for an extra boost of flavour and nutrition, or feeding them chunks as a treat.

Fatty acids

Fatty acids, such as Omega 6 and Omega 3, promote the production of oils and waxes that prevent dry and itchy skin, and maintain a glossy coat. Other nutrients that help keep your dog's skin and coat healthy include Vitamins A, C, and E, zinc, copper, and biotin.

Our specially formulated 100% natural dog food is perfect for maintaining a healthy and shiny coat, as well as optimum skin condition. Packed with Plasma Power, it's high in protein, and all the yummy foods that help your dog thrive. Why not try it today?

At Cobbydog, we're the experts in everything to do with your four-legged friends. If you need any help with your dog's nutrition, feel free to get in touch!

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