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Duo Function Skin & Coat Super Bites
  • Duo Function Skin & Coat Super Bites

    €3.99Price

    These Harley & Marley Functional Health Bites are specifically designed to support your pup’s Skin & Coat. 

    This recipe is bursting with delicious natural ingredients that will help promote the clearest of skins and the glossiest of coats - Salmon & Vitamin E with DHA & Salmon Oil. 

    Salmon Oil is rich in Omega-3 fatty acids, particularly EPA and DHA , which are essential for boosting skin health in dogs. These fatty acids help maintain a healthy skin barrier, reduce inflammation, and promote moisture retention, resulting in a shiny and well-hydrated coat. 

     

    Vitamin E is a powerful antioxidant that helps protect skin cells from damage caused by free radicals and oxidative stress. Vitamin E supports skin health and promotes a healthy, lustrous coat in dogs. DHA, derived from algae, is a bioavailable source of Omega-3 fatty acids, which are crucial for skin and coat health in dogs. DHA supports the structural integrity of cell membranes in the skin, enhances moisture retention, and reduces inflammation, resulting in a soft, smooth, and glossy coat. 

    Chia Seeds are rich in (plant-based) Omega-3 and Omega-6 fatty acids - another great support for healthy skin and coat in dogs. These fatty acids can also reduce inflammation and improve overall coat condition, reducing itchiness. 

     

    Aside from the functional health benefits mentioned above, these Harley & Marley Functional Health Bites also support Healthy Teeth and Gums, as well as Fresh Breath. Packed with Natural Goodness, they are Grain-Free, Low Calorie, Human Grade and contain No Added Sugar or Artificial Flavours or Colourings. There are only 3 Calories in each Super Bite and they make a great and convenient training treat for when you are on the go without guilt or fear of building bad habits by feeding low quality treats. We are confident your fur babies will enjoy our 100% Natural Functional Health Bites Made with Love in Ireland.

     

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