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Why give your dog or cat a skin and coat supplement?

As a pet owner, spring and summer can be a challenge. Just as our furry friends begin to shed their winter coats, Itchy Season kicks in! Aside from the upset of watching your dog incessantly itching or your cat constantly grooming, there’s the never-ending fur on sofas, car seats and clothes to contend with.

Giving your pet a skin and coat supplement – packed with high-quality ingredients, such as the soothing Omega-3s and 6s in our oils – is not only a great way to help reduce itching or moulting, it also nourishes your pet’s skin from within, giving them a healthy, glossy-looking coat.

Common causes of itchy skin in dogs
Pests
Food sensitivities
Pollen
Laundry detergents
Plants and grasses
Dirty coat or paws

How does YuMOVE Skin & Coat Care support your pet's skin & coat?

Choose the right Skin & Coat Care supplement for your pet

Who it's for:

Who it's for:

Dogs who are scratching

Dogs prone to shedding or patchy fur

Cats prone to excess shedding

What it does:

What it does:

Helps reduce itching and scratching in 3-6 weeks

Helps reduce moulting and nourish dry skin in 3-6 weeks

Reduces moulting, helping support cats with hairball

Choose this if:

Choose this if:

Your dog is always scratching

Dog fur is driving you crazy!

Fur and hairballs are driving you crazy!

Use it:

Use it:

Daily

Daily

Daily

How to feed:

How to feed:

Pump oil onto food

Pump oil onto food

Drop oil onto food

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FAQs

What causes dog itching?

Lots of things can cause itching in dogs. Some of the most common culprits are pests – such as mites and fleas – pollen, plants and grasses, food sensitivities, dietary changes, laundry products.

What can I do for my dog’s itching?

There are plenty of ways you can support your itchy dog, but first you need to know the cause. Once you’ve identified that you can take appropriate action. For example, if your washing powder seems to be the problem, you can experiment with non-bio brands. YUMOVE Skin and Coat Care Itching for Dogs may also help. It’s packed with high-quality Omega-3 and 6 oils to calm and soothe skin from within.

When should I take my dog to the vet for itching?

If you’re concerned about your dog’s itching or if it is causing redness, bald patches or worse, you should speak to your vet immediately. Itching can be tiresome for our pets, so don't forget to ask your vet for help.

How can I help my cat with furballs?

Hairballs are often caused by a build-up of fur that’s been swallowed during grooming. While it can be worrying to see your cat coughing up a furball, if infrequent and your cat is well otherwise, occasional hairballs can be completely normal.

Giving your cat a few drops of YuMOVE Skin and Coat Care Moulting for Cats every day helps to improve feline skin and coat health, reduce excess moulting, and help support cats with hairballs.

When should I see my vet about furballs?

Although it may feel like more, some cats might cough up a furball around once a month. If your cat is experiencing more frequent furballs, or the frequency of them having furballs is increasing, you should speak to your vet. If you have any other concerns about hairballs, we would also recommend you reach out to your vet.