Success Story: Shelly, the English Cocker Spaniel

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Success Story: Shelly, the English Cocker Spaniel

By Beth Redman


I have been selling Ark Natural’s Royal Coat Express “Omega Mender! Itch Ender!” for 12 years now. I have heard a lot of positive feedback from customers, and I have had a chance to see it working in person as well. 

Ark Natural’s Royal Coat Express “Omega Mender! Itch Ender!” is a great anti-inflammatory supplement that combines 100% Wild Fish Oil and Borage Oil, excellent sources of Omega 3 and Omega 6 fatty acids. 

Over the past 12 years, I have seen numerous dogs visit our store with missing patches of hair or with horrible yeast infections. After only a few weeks on the Royal Coat Express, their hair grew back and their skin cleared up. (With the yeasty dogs, we also eliminated grains and most carbs from the diet and added probiotics to their daily regime).

I first tried this product with my English Cocker Spaniel, Shelly, back in 2006. 

Five months before I tried the product, she got infested with fleas, and it took a while to get rid of them. However, getting rid of the fleas wasn’t the end of our problems. After the fleas were gone, her coat lost its usual shine and started to be flaky and dry. She became one big walking dandruff!

Although she was eating a healthy diet and was getting regular baths with great shampoo, it was not helping very much. At that point, I decided to try the Royal Coat Express supplement. I doubled the recommended amount for the first month, and I mixed it with her kibble. Within just three weeks, her coat became shiny again and all the dandruff and flakiness was gone. As a bonus, she also started to shed much less.

I have also used this product with my cat, Van Gogh, who suffered from a heart murmur and arrhythmia. This supplement provided him with relief from inflammation.

I would recommend this supplement to anyone who has a pet with dry or itchy skin, allergies, shedding issues, arthritis, heart problems, or joint problems. It really works!

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