Shed-X Supplement


Shed-X is a 100% natural comprehensive daily nutritional supplement guaranteed - with proper use - to eliminate excessive shedding in 3-6 weeks. Scientifically formulated by a PhD in Animal Nutrition with the exact ratios of Omega 3 & 6 fatty acids, vitamins and minerals required to treat, enhance and maintain dog's optimum coat and skin condition. With a delicious taste dogs love, Shed-X™ actively works from the inside out to significantly reduce excessive seasonal and non-seasonal shedding.

Canine Seasonal vs Excessive Shedding:

It’s a natural process for dogs to lose old or damaged hair, which we call shedding. A healthy pet will naturally shed its coat (also called "blowing its coat" - which usually happens seasonally), but when the shedding turns excessive - there may be an underlying issue causing this to happen. Certain breeds also shed more than others, and you may notice that around springtime and sometimes during the fall, your thick-haired dog may blow its coat. Most of the time the undercoat is what sheds the most, and some of its normal coat, too. To cosmetically help reduce excessive shedding, pet parents should groom their pets often with quality grooming tools. However, daily brushing is only a cosmetic quick-fix, the underlying problem needs to be uncovered and treated.

If you feel your pet has an excessive shedding issue, it’s best to consult your veterinarian to determine the cause. If your pet is displaying signs of skin irritations, dry & brittle hair, open sores, bald spots or thinning of the coat, or excessive hair pulling out, then it’s time to see the vet. These issues could be the result of poor nutrition from its diet, stress and anxiety, or an undiscovered medical issue that requires attention. Many commercial pet foods can cause allergies or sensitivities for your pet, so you may need to experiment with several brands to find the best one for your dog or cat. Excessive shedding may also result from the following issues:

Hormonal Imbalances
Excessive Licking Causing Hot Spots and/or Inflamed Lesions
Flea, Tick or Parasite Bites (Mange Mites, Dermatitis, Ring Worm, etc.)
Immune Issues or Kidney, Liver, Adrenal, or Thyroid Disease
Food or Environmental Allergies
Fungal and/or Bacterial Infection
Other Environmental Irritants Your Pet Contacted with: Shampoo, Soap, Household Chemicals or Even Their New Dog Bed.

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