Herbsmith - Glimmer Small Chews - 30CT

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Size:30ct Small Chews (For Dogs Under 30lbs)

It’s Monday and you’ve picked a killer black outfit to mourn the passing of the weekend. You get to work, and your coworker makes “that” face which can only mean something’s gone seriously wrong with your get-up. You look down and sigh because your carefully selected outfit now has a fur vest add-on courtesy of your dog’s hair. You take out the lint-roller and vow to find a solution to the excessive shedding. How can one dog shed so much?! Doggy dander, dandruff, and dry skin actually occurs when dogs lack beneficial omega 3 fatty acids. Omega 3 restores moisture to the surface of the body, promoting healthy skin and a shiny coat. And this is where Glimmer can help! Glimmer is a skin and coat supplement for dogs that takes a different approach to skin health. Yes, it is rich in Omega fatty acids but the EPA and DHA come from anchovy and krill, a cleaner source of omegas and a more sustainable fish oil for dogs. Borage and Evening Primrose, the two oils used for Omega 6 and GLA, not only hydrate the skin but help the body produce its own protective oils to nourish the skin. These dog skin and coat chews also differ from most products because they include herbs like black sesame and polygonum; more natural sources that will get your pup not only looking but feeling their best! Administer the recommended amount below daily. Intended species: Dogs Small Chews: <10lbs — 1 chew 10-19lbs — 2 chews 20-29lbs — 3 chews 30-59lbs — 4 chews Large Chews: <30lbs — 1 chew 30-59lbs — 2 chews 60-99lbs — 3 chews 100+lbs — 4 chews Cautions - For animal use only. Keep out of reach of children and animals. In case of accidental overdose, a health professional immediately. Store in a cool, dry place. This product is intended for intermittent or supplemental feeding only. Safe use in pregnant animals or animals intended for breeding has not been proven. Use caution in animals with diarrhea and animals with a history of seizures. Use caution in animals taking NSAIDs. Administer during or after the animal has eaten to reduce the incidence of gastrointestinal upset.

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