Missing Link Ultimate Skin & Coat Dog Supplement
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- Highly-palatable dietary supplement to pets food for better health and longer life
- All formulations provide enzymes, beneficial bacteria, essential fatty acids, dietary fiber, mucilage, naturally occurring vitamins, major and trace materials and phytochemicals
- Made from nutrient-rich, human-quality whole foods and food concentrates
- Makes the hair more true to the breed & helps hair re-grow on bald spots
- Available in a 1-pound and 5-pound bag
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EXPERIENCE: Our chocolate lab pup has struggled with touchy skin for his entire 2.5 years. We've treated him for what MAY be intermittent yeast infections and for recurring ear infections with just brief success. Judging our guy has allergies, our vet steered us to adding omegas to his diet, but my wife and I can't tolerate the fish oil that seeps through his skin--what a stench.
I found Missing Link when looking for a non-fishy replacement for the omega nutriceutical. The manufacturer's claims are correct. His coat definitely improved, and our vet was right too, as he's far less disturbed scratching. His hair is returning, though it's still a fight for him (right now the trees are pollinating, and he definitely reacts to tree pollen).
There's also no breath or skin odor from the product. We've given it to both our labs (gotta be fair), and their coats have definitely improved.
It's important to follow the manufacturer's instruction about phasing in the product over 1-2 weeks. Labs have touchy guts, and even on a consistent diet, they can empty a house with just a single, innocent fart. Like us, labs benefit from some fiber, too, but like us, too much change too fast is disruptive and eruptive. So, follow the instructions!
It would be nice if the manufacturer included a long-handled, 1-tsp scoop (or, in our labs' case, a 1-tbs scoop). We keep a 1-tbs measure in the bag, but when you get near the bottom, you have to reach in. However, the product, a powder, is not sticky-greasy, so you don't bring it out on your hand.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
My mastiff sheds like crazy and this defiantly helped. I added the Missing Link to his food and he LOVED it. Read morePublished 23 hours ago by Amazon Customer
I can't say it helped with our dogs' coats and skin, but with 1 very finicky eater, sprinkling a little bit of this on her food will get her to clean her bowl.Published 2 days ago by Tiana S.
Seemed to help with scratching until July & allergies caught up & medication was required to supplement it.Published 3 days ago by judith a anselm
I bought this for my dog that had a skin condition that no on knew what it was or how to correct it. Read morePublished 3 days ago by Crose
I really like this stuff. I got it for my Australian Shepherd. His hair was course and dry because we accidentally used some really bad shampoo. Read morePublished 10 days ago by Bigted
I have a little AmStaff/pitbull, and this spring she started losing a lot of her hair, like her back legs are mostly bald. Read morePublished 12 days ago by Fred J. K.
WOWZAAAA! We have a Great Dane who is 10-years old (very very old for a dane). She was losing SO much hair -- like 4 full handfuls -- a day! Read morePublished 12 days ago by Snapper Pawlowski