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Coconut & Salmon Oil Supplement, 12 oz.

Made with love by Supa Coco


Get the benefits of both coconut & salmon oil, all in one supplement.


$21.99

Size: 12 oz.



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A balanced supplement for dogs and cats that combines the key benefits of both coconut oil and salmon oil. Coconut oil contains MCT fatty acids and vitamins that promote healthy skin and coat, and works as a digestive aid and immune booster. Salmon oil is rich with Omega 3 and Omega 6 fatty acids, which help to keep skin and coats soft and healthy, while also supporting the overall health of your pet. ##### Details * Made in the USA * Corn- and wheat-free * No artificial flavoring or preservatives ##### Instructions Recommended as a weekly dietary supplement for dogs of all ages and sizes, 3 times a week. Add 1 tsp. per serving per 15 lbs. of your pet's weight with any meal. If the oil is solid, scoop out the amount you want to use, and microwave for 10-15 seconds to liquify the oil so you can mix it with kibbles or any food.

Salmon Oil, Coconut Oil.


Supa Coco


Coconut oil—not just for humans and beauty bloggers. Supa Coco, made by pet parents themselves, makes easy-to-use supplements you can mix right into kibble. Benefits include a stronger immune system, a shinier and healthier skin and coat, and a tricky way to get pickier eaters the nutrition they need.


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  • Made in USA

    Consumers prefer products made in the United States because they reduce the carbon footprint, support the nation’s economy, and protect workers’ rights. Supporting products produced domestically is better for our economy and our environment.

  • Dairy-Free

    Dairy-free products do not contain milk, cheese, or any other animal milk-based product. If your pet's not into dairy, these brands are for you. Always consult your veterinarian before switching your pet to a dairy-free diet.

  • Soy- & Wheat-Free

    These products don’t contain wheat or soy. Always consult your veterinarian before switching your pet to a soy- or wheat-free diet.