The organic coconut oil treats your dog will go nuts for!
In 2013 we were adopted by THE most handsome Staffy boy who we called Harley. He had the horrific but typical Staffy back story of abuse and neglect. He had been used as a bait dog & when he had served his purpose, he'd been starved, beaten, tied to a tree & left for dead. Thankfully he was found by a good samaritan who took him in & nursed him back to health. Unfortunately, his saviour was unable to keep him so off we went to the other side of London to meet them. I bent down to say hello, Harley floofed up his ears, put his paws on my shoulders & gave me the saddest look with those huge brown eyes. I knew right then he'd be coming home with us. We made him a promise that we would always look after him & his days of being unloved were well & truly over.
We started to get to know each other & before long Harley Bear was part of the family, actually scratch that, he was the ruler of the roost, king of the castle, boss man, top dog! He was a little stinky when he moved in so we took him to the groomer. We told her his back story & said that if grooming was too stressful for him, not to push him, we'd get used to the smell. He absolutely adored his pamper session & this is the point we realised we had a diva on our hands. The groomer said his coat was not in the best condition but considering his background, it was something that could be easily improved. After some extensive research, we decided to give coconut oil a go.
What an amazing gift from nature this is! The only problem with coconut oil is getting it out of the jar without breaking every spoon in the house. I decided to make some bite size treats for him. He had a paw shaped treat every day & it wasn't long before we noticed a huge improvement in his coat.
Coconut oil doesn't just improve the condition of the fur but it also helps clear up skin conditions such as eczema, flea allergies, contact dermatitis and itchy skin. As the skin & coat improve, the "eau d'dawg" also decreases. Coconut oil also helps treat yeast & fungal infections, it can be applied topically to promote the healing of cuts, wounds, hot spots, dry skin & hair, bites & stings - the list is endless!