Thursday, February 19, 2015

The Benefits of Benecoat

 Winter can be hard on your dog’s hair, skin, and coat.  The cold dry weather may lead to itching and a dull coat.  Fortunately, there is help.  Benecoat™ Professional Hair & Skin Frmula is fish oil for dogs.  By providing the correct amount of essential fatty acids, it can prevent irritating problems.  There is also Krill Oil, Hydrolized Collagen, and Linoleic acid from Safflower Oil.  These nutrients combined help keep your dog’s coat as healthy as a puppy’s.
   Remember, your dog’s skin is their first defense against parasites and infections.  Benecoat provides protection against nature’s elements by providing two nutrients that your dog can’t make on its own.  Omega-6 and Omega-3 Fatty Acids are vital for your dog’s oil glands and maintaining overall health and immune response. 
   Omega-6 Fatty acids are found in grains, seeds, nuts, vegetable oils, and
green leafy veggies.  The Omega-3 Fatty Acids are gained by eating certain nuts and seeds with their oils.  Flaxseed, walnuts, soy, fish, and krill are all great sources.  When your dog receives both of these Fatty Acids, it will contribute to softer skin, a shinier coat and maintain eye, heart, and immune system health.
The key with Fatty Acids is to have the proper ratio of Omega-3 and Omega-6.     The problem is that most store-bought dog food doesn’t contain the 5:1
recommended ratio.  They usually contain great amounts of the Omega-6 via other animal ingredients in their diet.  It is because they are fed a diet of
grains.  Then, the manufacturer add more grains when preparing their kibble and before you know it, your dog is eating a lot of Omega-6 and very little Omega-3 Fatty Acids. 
What are the signs of Fatty Acid Deficiency/Imbalance?
*Skin irritation *Skin Allergies *Dermatitis *Bacterial/Yeast Infections*Dull Coat *Flaky, Dry, Scaly Spots *Greasy Spots on Coat/Skin
   Benecoat is a dog coat supplement that provides your dog the support it needs for oil glands in the skin and to help maintain a healthy immune system.  They are soft chewables that are cheese flavored.  To order your Benecoat Chewables click here.  They are regularly $24.99, but are on sale now for $18.95. 

Don’t forget about Bentley’s Bargains!  It’s your one-stop shop for all your pet’s needs!  Here is the discount you can get today!  You can trust me…I’m a dog.

Thank you dropping by our Thoughtless Thursday blog hop.  We are happy to be co-hosting with our friends Ruckus the Eskie and Love is being owned by a Husky.  Enjoy these other thoughtless bloggers too.


  1. I haven't heard of this before, thanks for sharing! Shiner sometimes gets skin problems off and on... am trying an immunity support supplement for her right now.

  2. Interesting. Have a tremendous Thursday.
    Best wishes Molly

  3. You must have real silky fur, my handsome!

  4. great idea and much better to use than the fish oil in a bottle, thanks for a great review!
    easy rider

  5. Hi Y'all,

    Have to get my Human to ask my vet about that fish oil. I used to take fish oil pills. Those were stopped when we were trying to pinpoint my allergy problems. I haven't taken any in years.

    Y'all come on by,
    Hawk aka BrownDog

  6. Great review. That little chew is probably a whole lot easier then trying to get the dogs to take a variety of supplements for their skin.

  7. We have been super pleased with ours so far as well! Loved reading your thoughts on it too!
    ღ husky hugz ღ frum our pack at Love is being owned by a husky!

  8. This is a new one to us... We get Coconut Oil in our foodables to help with our furs...and Skin...

  9. Important supplements - thanks for sharing.

  10. We didn't know about these, thanks for the info!

    Your Pals,

    Murphy & Stanley

  11. We try to give fish oil or coconut oil as a supplement, but these chews sound like they could be an easier way to provide them with those essentials.
    Jan, Wag 'n Woof Pets

  12. Yummy, thanks for telling me.

    Loveys Sasha

  13. Thank you for sharing this information, I never heard of them and I like the soft chewable cheese flavor.


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