YuDERM Itching Dog
For dogs with sensitive or itchy skin.
YuDERM Itching Dog is a Omega 3 & 6 fatty acid supplement developed for dogs with sensitive or itchy skin.
- Calms sensitive skin
- Reduces itching and scratching
- Supports skin and coat health
CALMS SENSITIVE SKIN AND REDUCES ITCHING & SCRATCHING
SUPPORTS SKIN HEALTH
SUPPLIES KEY EFAs
Linoleic Acid (LA)
Gamma Linolenic Acid (GLA)
RICH IN OMEGA 3
Alpha Linoleic Acid (ALA)
Eicosapentaenoic Acid (EPA)
Balancing out Arachidonic Acid
EFA supplementation can play important roles in management of skin conditions including:
- Supports the natural anti-inflammatory process
- Maintains skin barrier function to reduce scaling of skin
- Reduces the production of apro-inflammatory eicosanoids
- Maintains coat quality
If your clients’ dog is using YuDERM Itching Dog for the first time, we suggest you recommend half the daily amount for the first week to allow them to get used to having something new in their diet.
YuDERM Itching Dog is provided at a highly affordable price to enable more clients to use the product. This makes it easier for veterinary professionals to recommend an Omega 3 & 6 supplement as part of their management of skin cases.
YuDERM Itching Dog is available in 250ml and 500ml bottles.
EACH BOTTLE CONTAINS:
- Golden Flax oil
- Salmon oil
- Purified Fish oil
- Borage oil
- Vitamin E
Golden Flax oil, Salmon oil, Purified Fish oil, Borage oil
Nutritional additive Vitamin E 1680mg/kg
Fat Content 96%
Crude Fibre 0.1%
Crude Ash 0.1%
Omega 3 & 6 oils 58%
Is this product safe to give dogs who have/had pancreatitis?
Due to the product being in oil form, and the requirement of a low fat diet in pancreatitis cases, we would not recommend giving this to a dog who currently has or has had pancreatitis.
Can YuDERM products be given to pregnant or lactating bitches?
Not recommended for pregnant of lactating bitches
Are there any allergy concerns with the products?
YuDERM Itching Dog contains fish and salmon oil – however, the oil is filtered so much that no protein particles should remain. Use in dogs who have known allergies to these ingredients is at the discretion of the vet managing the treatment. Flax allergies in dogs are uncommon – we do not have the protein from the flax seeds, we have pure and refined oil. Additionally, the oil is processed through an extremely fine microfilter system that will exclude particles above the size known to cause allergies.
Can YuDERM products be used in dogs with heart conditions?
There are no known contraindications using these products in dogs with heart problems. There is no added salt in the YuDERM oils or Boost. The ash content where all the minerals would lie in total in the analytical constituents is <0.1%, and are therefore negligible.
What happens if a dog overconsumes, or the wrong daily amount is given?
As the products are in oil form, gastrointestinal upset may be noted. We would suggest stopping the product to allow the digestive system to recover and then gradually reintroduce. Please contact Customer Services to report this incident. Due to the zinc in YuDERM Boost, we would suggest that pet owners seek veterinary attention for treatment. To initially introduce the products into the diet, we would suggest starting on half the daily recommendation for the first week, and build up to the full amount.
Is there a shelf life?
We would suggest using the oils within 3 months of opening, to ensure the ingredients are stable.