You may have heard other pet owners talking about omegas and wondered what they could do for your dog. Did you know that the right omegas can help your dog maintain good joint, skin, fur, heart, and even brain health for years to come? Read this blog post from Nutrolin to discover how you can […]
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Jens, the Great Dane, battled with thinning hair and bald spots
Jens is almost four years old and looks majestic. The dog was born in Germany and was only eight or nine weeks old when Camilla went to get him to Denmark to be a part of her family. He is now a handsome, big boy and a great personality. When you are a big fellow […]
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Autumn and winter are tough on dogs’ paws, skin and coat
When the summer is over, and autumn rains and cold weather arrive, the occurrence of dogs’ skin problems increase. Dogs often get wet and muddy outdoors. They come in and spend the rest of the day in the house where the air is too dry. Linoleic acid is an essential nutrient for the skin Classic […]
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Cuteness alert: Thirteen super trooper chihuahuas
“Kati and 13 working-line chihuahuas,” introduces Kati Koskinen herself with a smile. She is a long-time Finnish agility athlete. If someone has ever imagined that a chihuahua cannot be trained, he or she has totally misunderstood the breed. Six of Kati’s dogs compete or have competed in agility’s highest, 3rd class. The remaining seven are […]
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Meet Stocky and Speedy Staffies
I’m happy to be an owner of two gorgeous Staffordshire Bull Terriers, a.k.a. staffies – Rontti, the mom and Martta, the daughter. The breed is known to have some unique characteristics – an endless amount of energy and enthusiasm for life. Right on – Staffies love to be loved and to love in return. Living […]
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Paw balms are not the best solution for issues with dogs’ paw pads
Paw balms can work as a means of first aid when your dog’s paw pads become worn or cracked. However, paw balms should not need to be regularly applied.
It is natural for dogs to shed their coat, usually in the spring and in the autumn. Bitches also lose their coat after they have been in season, after giving birth and during the nursing period.
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What fatty acids should you give to a dog that suffers from itching or eczema?
Problems that dogs have with their skin are often due to dryness. Problems caused by dry skin include itching, dandruff and dull coat. Dogs need essential fatty acids for the well-being of their skin. Dogs’ bodies are not able to manufacture these fatty acids, instead they need to be obtained from food. Which essential fatty […]
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St. Bernard Maisa got help for hair loss, dry nose and cracked paw pads
St. Bernard dogs are gentle giants that can participate in many other canine hobbies in addition to shows. Noora Eteläniemi has owned St. Bernards for a long time and here she talks about her dogs and describes her experiences of using Nutrolin® products. “Our then 2-year-old show-dog, long-haired St. Bernard Maisa suffered from constant hair […]