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VetSpec Coat & Skin

  • 200g Tub £10.00

VetSpec Coat & Skin is a unique formula that promotes fabulous coats, wonderful skin condition and aids the natural pigmentation process. It is ideal for show dogs, dogs with scurfy coats and itchy skin, and dogs recovering from a variety of skin conditions. It includes Vitamins, Minerals, Anti-oxidants and MSM.

Feeding Guide

Body Weight Up to 10kg 15kg 20kg 30kg 40kg 50+kg
Corgi /
Jack Russell
Border Collie /
Cocker Spaniel
Springer Spaniel /
Retriever /
Rottweiler /
German Shepherd
Bull Mastif /
Great Dane
Total Daily Quantity
3 4.5 6 7.5 9 10.5
1 1.5 2 2.5 3 3.5
A 500g tub will
last (days)
167 111 83 66 55 47
Level 5ml
Measures Per Day

Ideal For

  • Dogs needing a heavier and more glossy coat
  • Show Dogs
  • Scurfy coats
  • Dogs with itchy skins
  • Dogs with bald patches e.g. following a lice attack
  • Dry flaking skin

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Questions & Answers for VetSpec Coat & Skin

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Itchy skin

18th Oct 2016
Jennie Phillips
  • VioVet Customer Since: October 2016
  • From: , United Kingdom

my dog suffers from itchy skin and scratches himself constantly. He always has had sensitive skin.Will vetspec coat&skin help ?

  • Veterinary Advisor

This supplement would be worth a try and may well help. As with all supplements they seem to work better for some dogs than others. If your dog is constantly itchy it does sound as though he has an allergy to something. You may have discussed this with your vet already but finding the underlying cause is key- ie fleas, food hypersensitivity, dust etc. There are certain prescription drugs such as Apoquel which are likely to be more effective for your dog should your vet think it is required.