Does anybody add oil on dry dog food? If so which ones are the best:
I feed dry dog food (Innova) and wondering if the Fat Soluble vitamins are absorbed.
Thanks for the replies in advance.
I Add 1 tsp of olive oil to everyone or just a blob I dont measure anymore and fish caps broken and dripped on. I alternate one day oo next day fc.
i feed raw with a little wellness. I add coconut oil, 2 times a week as an anti toxident against cancer. I also add a drop of flax seed oil. coats look great
I use rice bran oil (same stuff our horses get). I guess it's about a tablespoon mixed in with the food. The coats are beautiful and it helps keep some weight on my young dog(who burns it off like crazy).
I feed raw also added to dry. Liver , chicken, turkey, heart.......
My showline had a horrible coat and was too far on the skinny side when she got here. I don't think she was fed good quality food. I put her on Nutro Naturals and gave her a gel cap of flax and fish oil daily for about 2 months until I noticed a huge difference in her coat. Before, her neck had many course and broken guard hairs from her fur saver. I now feed her 1 of each on occasion when it comes to mind. Still her coat is nice. I have tried oils on dry food and it was refused. I sneak the gel pills into a piec of hot dog, cheese or a pill pocket treat and they think they are getting treats instead of something yucky.
Doesnt Innova already have flaxseed oil in it>
I'm glad I'm not the only one who sees the damage that theses so called "fursavers" can do to a dogs coat. When Zambi was young in her early teenage years, before slipping on a fursaver, she had a very nice thick neck coat before I decided to leave the fursaver around her neck. I look at her now and wished that I never even bought a fursaver for her.
My dogs still have their collars on. They only come off to brush or bathe. If I notice a hair issue there, thats when I start giving some oil and it goes away. It's kind of a guage thing for me. I have great food now and don't really have to suppliment. My dogs don't go anywehere without collars with identification on them.
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