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How Can a Fish-Based Diet Help...

Skin & Coat Conditions

The Omega-3 in fish oils will help reduce dry and irritated skin.  Sebum produced by fish creates a waxy oil that coats the skin, quickly improving your dog's flaky skin and dull coat.  

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Easily Digested

Fish proteins are easily digested, which means your dog will absorb more nutrients from less food. Proper absorption means dogs feel fuller longer, eating less and producing less waste. Proper digestion also naturally reduces the growth of unwanted gut bacteria.  Fish4Dogs helps dogs with sensitive tummies and older dogs with slower digestive systems maintain healthy digestion.

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Joint Mobility

The anti-inflammatory properties of Omega-3 can help make tired and aching joints suppler. Fish is a natural source of Glucosamine and Chondroitin and is rich in cartilage helping to reduce inflammation and cartilage breakdown.  This is especially relevant in Senior Dogs.

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Palatability

The overuse of processed meats and cereal has made many modern dog foods bland, resulting in many picky dogs.  Dogs prefer Fish4Dogs because of the stronger tastes and aromas that they find in fish. Learn more about fish and palatability.

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Weight Control

Obesity is an important issue because a dog that is severely overweight can obtain heart disease, diabetes, arthritis and other mobility problems.  Fish4Dogs offers a range of food and treats that are generally low in fat, making it an excellent choice for your overweight dog.

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