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Yumega oil

Discussion in 'Dog Health and Nutrition' started by Horse and Hound, Apr 30, 2011.


  1. Horse and Hound

    Horse and Hound PetForums VIP

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    I think its been brill for the dogs coats, but today saw some advertised that was Yumega plus , I think, for sensitive skin and dogs that scratch.

    was thinking it might be worth a shot for Roo, although the bog standard stuff seems to work.

    Anyone seen it/used it?
     
  2. SixStar

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    I considered it a while ago for my Westie and Greyhounds, who all have/had skin issues, but was warned off it on another forum - apparantly it's caused alot of dogs to loose their coats :eek: Probably only a very small number of dogs but wasn't worth the risk in my case since hairloss was the main problem I wanted to cure with the 3 of them. We use salmon oil and find that very good - the greyhounds will always have dry skin I think but the Westie is *touch wood* clear of skin issues now FINALLY, and I do think the salmon oil helped.

    If yours have been fine on the regular Yumega, I wouldn't bother changing to the Plus :)
     
  3. Sure this is what Noush uses and speaks very highly of it!
    I use the salmon oil from fish4dogs!! BUT! beware if buying it bulk it has a short shelf life once opened!
     
  4. codyann

    codyann PetForums Senior

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    im glad someone wrote this thread as my mum is going to buy the yumega plus, maybe ill tell her to just my the normal one like you buy.
     
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