Nutramega itchy dog supplments

nutramega will help:

• Calm sensitive skin
• Soothes dry, flaky skin
• Reduce itching & scratching
• Strengthen brittle nails
• Aids comfort
• Aids the body’s own natural anti-inflammatory processes
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Calm your pet’s itchy and flaky skin

nutramega is a specially formulated high strength and easy to administer Omega-3 capsule that helps to support an animal’s natural systems that control inflammation.

The Omega-3s EPA and DHA fatty acids from fish oil combined with d-Biotin and Vitamin E work synergistically to assist the body’s own natural anti-inflammatory processes. 

EPA and DHA are also precursors for newly discovered lipids called Resolvins and Protectins which support the natural systems that control inflammation.


High strength, high quality
nutramega contains only the highest quality natural ingredients and provides a natural alternative for supporting skin and coat maintenance.

No added Omega-6 fatty acids
Studies have shown adding Omega-6s has a negative effect on reducing inflammation and so for this reason nutramega contains no added Omega-6 fatty acids.

Refined fish oils
nutramega contains highly refined Omega-3 fish oil from ocean sardines. The fish oil is put through an exclusive 6-step manufacturing process to extract the beneficial Omega-3s EPA and DHA from the oil and refining them to the highest quality standards. Refining the oil also removes heavy metals and
other undesirable pollutants to ensure maximum purity.

nutramega includes:


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