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I have spent over $2,000 on trying to figure out why my 11 yr old Chi - scratches all the time, has red feet and vulva, she seems miserable. She has been on Apoquel for over 6 yrs. WE had her tested for allergies to foods and environment - she isn't allergic to anything. Over the years I have ordered every chew, cream, shampoo, spray they have out there. Everything that popped up in my face on FB and emails, I'd try it. Nothing helped her. Vet decided what she had was a bacteria, from scraping & Looking at her feet. I started her on WinPro Chews for allergies a couple months ago. Didn't see any help. Then my vet suggested these Omega 3 supplements. The pills are huge - so I cut a little hole in one and squirt on her food. The liq. is not available. Within a couple weeks I noticed her feet wasn't red anymore. She had stopped chewing at her Vulva and scratching behind her front legs. This is the most peace I have seen in her in many years. I am giving her both the WinPro & the Omega 3 each morning. I had tried the Cytopoint shot , but she broke out in hives with that. Everything I have tried backfired or just didn't work. So I told the Vet I think this Vetoquinol is making a difference.
MyVet recommended that I add omega-3 to my cat's diet to improve hair quality, so I purchased Vetoquinol Omega. I wish I had paid more attention to the reviews. I really gave this product the full benefit of doubt (6 weeks) to try to work, but I see no improvement in Clyde's hair quality at all. Disappointed.
My dog wouldn't swallow these, even in a pill pocket. I had to force down his throat, and don't like doing that. I won't buy again, and am going to look for a smaller one.