Shedding is a natural process where dogs lose old or damaged hair. A healthy pet will naturally shed its coat, more so at certain times of the year than others, but when the shedding turns excessive, there may be an underlying issue causing this to happen. Excessive shedding can result from a diet lacking essential fatty acids or an imbalance of essential fatty acids in some commercially produced pet foods. Shed-X Dermaplex is a 100% natural, raw, comprehensive daily nutritional supplement guaranteed – with proper use – to eliminate excessive shedding in 3-5 weeks.
Scientifically formulated by a PhD in Animal Nutrition almost 20 years ago, Shed-X daily liquid supplement contains the exact ratios of Omega 3 and 6 fatty acids, vitamins and minerals required to treat, enhance and maintain the optimum condition of your dog’s coat and skin. With fish oil from Norwegian anchovies and sardines, organic flax seed oil, natural wheat germ oil, Zinc, Biotin, and a delicious taste dogs love from all-natural chicken flavor, Shed-X actively works from the inside out to significantly reduce excessive seasonal and non-seasonal shedding. In addition to a decrease in shedding, by simply adding Shed-X to your dog’s food each day you will begin to see more amazing benefits including a beautiful thick, shiny and soft coat, fewer hot spots, lessH11 dry skin, scratching and licking.
Shed-X is available in 8 oz., 16 oz. and 32 oz. bottles.
We know that your dogs are more than just pets – they are part of the family – so SynergyLabs designs premium products like Shed-X that pet parents can actually afford. Your dog will love the taste of the daily nutritional supplement and you (and your vacuum) will love the reduction in shedding as well as your dog’s healthy, shiny and thick coat – making you both happy and able to focus on more important things like walks, fetch and snuggles. Of course, it’s important to determine the cause of the underlying issue, so please consult your veterinarian if skin issues and excessive shedding becomes a consistent problem.