Doc Roy's DERMA COAT PLUS (60308-V)
It works; using it on one dog for allergy skin problems and another to maintain coat.
I just wanted to let you know that I have been giving the female that would never keep coat Derma Coat Plus and she now has a beautiful full coat and she is keeping it!
Doc Roys Derma Coat
Not that great none of my dogs will eat it .Save your money and don't but it.
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Doc Roy's Derma Coat Plus
I purchased this product as I had been treating a female dog for several factors causing her to lose coat- skin irritation, a coat blow from her season, and an occasional flea bite despite being on top spot type flea treatment regularly. These issues resulted in her constant scratching and chewing herself. She had been on antibiotics, along with frequent medicated baths and some supplementation trying to resolve it.
I began to give her Doc Roy's Derma Coat Plus and within two weeks she had almost completely stopped scratching and chewing herself and, had almost no bumps on her abdomen or back and in another two weeks is now growing back coat on her neck and rump as well as the irritated areas. Its a very good product and also a good value for the money!
Excellent Product In Combination..
<p>Having been treating a purebred Collie bitch for about a year with diagnosed generalized psoriasis (not any other disease process, so don't be mistaken), Doc Roy's Derma Coat Plus, combined with 1 tsp. of Farnam's Super 14 powder and 10 mg. prednisone every other day has kept this extremely rare but serious skin disease in check. The first step was to utilize several sulphur & lime dips (available here) to get control of the psoriatic spread covering her entire body. Just as for humans, this is an immune-mediated disease requiring the use of steroids but on as minimal a basis as possible. This bitch, once considered for breeding, has been spayed and abnormalities in her extracted uterus were discovered, leading to the final conclusion of hormonal deficiencies that created her disease at age 6. Doc Roy's Derma Coat Plus is exceedingly effective but supplements are required, aside from the aforementioned Super 14, to make her disease completely manageable. Lesser conditions may not require anything more aggressive than Doc Roy's.</p>