Derm Support Fish is formulated to support the skin barrier, reduce inflammation, and address food hypersensitivity or general dermatoses by addressing the following key nutritional factors:
• Made 100% with ingredients FDA approved for human consumption
• Limited ingredients: wild caught salmon and sustainable cod, sweet potato, and tapioca
• Grain and gluten free
• Low omega 6:3 ratio to reduce inflammation and support the skin barrier
• Balanced for long term feeding under veterinary supervision
Wild Caught Salmon
Wild Caught Salmon is preferred to ensure that the least amount of contaminants are found in the protein source. Wild-caught salmon also contains highly digestible omega 3 fatty acids, which have been clinically proven to improve skin health. It’s also high in vitamin D, selenium and B1.
Wild Caught Cod
Wild Caught Cod is preferred for the same reasons as wild salmon. It is nutrient dense and a good source of high quality protein and is low in fat. It is rich in B6 & B12 as well as niacin, selenium, magnesium phosphorus and omega 3 essential fatty acids.
Sweet Potatoes have significant antioxidant capabilities and are an excellent source of vitamin A and a very good source of vitamin C and manganese. They are also high in beta-carotene and a good source of copper, dietary fiber, vitamin B6, potassium and iron.
Tapioca is a hypoallergenic, gluten-free, low protein carbohydrate source, which is very easily digestible.
Olive Oil is a concentrated source of monounsaturated fats and vitamin E. It also contains phytonutrients, which have antioxidant properties.
Sunflower Oil is a natural and medicinal oil pressed from the seeds of the sunflower and is rich in “good” essential, unsaturated fatty acids such as linoleic acid. (National Research Council Ad Hoc Committee on Dog and Cat Nutrition, 2006).
JustFoodForDogs Nutrient Blend
JFFD Nutrient Blend is formulated specifically to meet NRC standards. The blend is compounded from 100% human grade nutraceuticals regulated by the FDA.
For best results, it is recommended that pet owners weigh the food in ounces using a digital scale. If they do not have a scale, they may estimate volume in cups per the chart below. The chart is only a guide; always adjust feeding recommendations based on careful monitoring of the weight of the patient.