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Each capsule of Coatex contains: Gamma Linoleic Acid (GLA) - 110mg Linoleic Acid (LA) - 190mg Eicosapentaenoic Acid - 15.4mg Docosahexanoic Acid - 10.7mg Asorbic Acid (vitamin E) - 10.0mg A...  Read more

VetPlus Coatex Capsules for Cat & Dog

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Each capsule of Coatex contains:

Gamma Linoleic Acid (GLA) - 110mg
Linoleic Acid (LA) - 190mg
Eicosapentaenoic Acid - 15.4mg
Docosahexanoic Acid - 10.7mg
Asorbic Acid (vitamin E) - 10.0mg

A feed supplement to help maintain healthy skin and coat condition in dogs & Cats. Helpful in treatment and prevention of dry, scaly skin, as an adjunct to the treatment of many allergic skin conditions.

Many essential nutrients have to be supplemented by diet as the animal is itself incapable of producing them. One such group is those known as Essential Fatty Acids (EFAs). When dogs or cats are EFA deficient this can cause problems such as dry, scaly or itchy skin, resulting in the associated problems.

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Dosage
Give one capsule per 10kg body weight daily for four to six weeks depending on results and other concurrent regimes

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  • really good over time, since using these my dogs hardly lose any hair, before when bathing them, there would be a lot of hair in the bath, but now hardly any at all. brilliant and worth the money.
    craig4 - May 4, 2013