Nutri-Vet Grain Free Skin & Coat Soft Biscuit Dog Treats help support your dog’s skin and coat health. They’re completely grain free and made with high-quality ingredients. These perfectly soft biscuits not only provide important nutrients for a soft and shiny coat, but feature a soft texture and delicious taste dogs love.
Soft grain-free biscuits flavored with garbanzo beans and peanut butter that'll leave your dog wanting more
Supports your dog’s skin and coat health and provides nutrients needed for a beautiful, shiny coat
Made with high-quality ingredients
No corn, no wheat, no soy biscuits are health conscious for your pup's well-being
Omega fatty acids help reduce the negative effects of stress while maintaining the epidermal water barrier function of the skin
Use 1 - 2 biscuits per day or as recommended by your veterinarian. Continue as needed.
Are Omega - 3 fatty acids as important for dogs as they are for people?
I think so. Dogs, like people can produce some, but not all of the fatty acids they need. The essential fatty acids (EFAs) that cannot be created within an animal’s body must be obtained from food or supplements. Although most pet foods contain omega - 6 fatty acid in the form of linoleic acid, the levels of omega - 3 which optimize skin and coat conditions, as well as promote canine health and vitality may not be sufficient.
Not impressed with these because my dogs aren't impressed with them. Treats should be tasty! They're earned in my house. My 3 GSD are fit. They have jobs they were bred to do. These treats failed miserably in the "tasty" department.
nutri-vet soft biscuits
on Jun 26, 2018
In my first order I purchased 2 bags of the nutri-vet grain free skin & coat soft biscuit treats and my dogs won't go near them and I bought 2 bags. I only feed them grain free food and treats so I thought they would like them, boy was I wrong! Live and learn I guess
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on Jul 19, 2018
Actually helped with the constant scratching and their coats look better.
Sorry but my dog hated them
on Oct 18, 2016
I know most skin and coat formulas have menhaden or other stinky fish oils. These seemed especially smelly and my shepherd would have nothing to do with them.
Ended up giving them to my sister-in-law, who has a lab that eats anything!