Coconut Care for your Furry Friends!

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Pets are more than just the dog or cat that live with you. They become four-legged family! Treat them with the same pure products that you enjoy and that keep your loved ones healthy. Coconut Oil is gentle enough to use on puppies and kittens as well as older animals. Coconut oil can aid in pet digestion, coat health, and healing infections. But, there can be a thing as too much of a good thing. We always recommend consulting your veterinarian to know the accurate amount of coconut oil to give your pet. 

Let’s dig deeper into some of these benefits for your favorite friends!

Digestion: Coconut oil can help in absorbing more nutrients than normal. It can aid in fighting off inflamed bowels and colitis. It also helps with reducing bad breath!

Skin and Coat Health: If your furry little one has dry skin, rub a little coconut oil on their coat. It works the same on their skin as it does on humans. It absorbs through the skin quickly, and if they lick the area, it is safe to ingest. All Skinny & Co. products are non-toxic and safe to ingest. Your pet may try to make friends with a stinging creature. Rub a little coconut oil on the bite, and this will help reduce inflammation.

Coconut Benefits: Just like humans, coconut oil can help animal’s energy levels. It will also balance sugar intake and control diabetes.

Remember whenever you start giving your animal coconut oil, start with a smaller amount than required.

Pro Tip: Skinny & Co. Coconut Oil can be used as a hair repair mask on your pet’s coat. For an effective result, comb about a palm sized amount of oil through your animal’s fur. Let it absorb for at least five minutes. Rinse the majority of the oil out of the hair with warm water. Use a light application of shampoo and rinse as normal. When they are dry you will see the shine and feel the softness of your animal’s coat.

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