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Hemp Seed Oil For Dry Paws & Skin

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Australian hemp oil for dogs works many beneficial wonders. From improving gut health and reducing inflammation to easing anxiety and being rich in nutrients, you might say that this natural oil can do it all.

But the impressive properties of Australian hemp oil for dogs don’t stop there. Hemp seed oil can also play a key role in improving your pup’s skin and coat health. This means goodbye dry paws and skin, and hello to long-lasting nourishment.

Hemp Seed Oil

Discover the secret to your dog’s optimal health. Our 100% cold pressed human grade pure hemp seed oil is all natural and sustainably sourced from Australian hemp seed for your dog’s optimal health, skin & coatOur hemp seed oil is high in antioxidants and is nature’s perfect balance of Omega 3, 6 & 9.   A balance of these fats work harmoniously in your dog’s body and are vital for your dog’s wellbeing.  

What causes your dog’s dry skin?

Over the course of their life, your precious pup might experience dry skin for a number of different reasons. While it might not seem like anything to worry about, dry skin can sometimes be a precursor to a more serious problem.

Possible causes of your dog’s dry skin include:

While some of your dog’s dry skin symptoms may be similar to what we experience as humans with dry skin, it may not always present in such an obvious way.

Keep an eye out for these symptoms if you think your dog has dry skin:

  • Itchiness
  • Dandruff
  • Scabs
  • Odour
  • Inflammation
  • Flaking
  • Increased oiliness

Hemp seed oil as a natural treatment

Australian hemp oil for dogs works as a treatment for dry skin in many ways. It’s rich in essential fatty acids that help to manage inflammation and prevent inflammation-induced dryness.

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One of the key essential fatty acids that hemp seed oil contains is gamma linolenic acid, a fatty substance often used in treating and relieving the symptoms of eczema and atopic dermatitis.

Hemp seed oil is also high in antioxidants, another compound that helps to reduce inflammation in the body and prevent dry skin-related disorders.

With such a powerful combination of properties, it’s no wonder that hemp seed oil can so effectively nourish and revitalise your four-legged friend’s skin.

Applying hemp seed oil as a topical

Our Australian hemp oil for dogs can be used both as a digestive and a topical. If adding it to your dog’s diet, be sure to measure out the correct dosage. How much they need will vary depending on the size of your dog (find accurate dosage amounts here).

This natural oil also doubles as a topical. Simply rub a small amount into your pup’s dry skin and paws to help nourish, moisturise and revitalise their skin health.

Alternative natural topicals for treating dry skin

As our entire pet shampoo & conditioner range is both aloe vera and goat milk-based, every natural dog shampoo we produce is specifically formulated to soothe and nourish your dog’s dry skin.

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Each of the following works in harmony with our 100% Cold Pressed Hemp Seed Oil to breathe nourished life back into your pup’s skin.

Hugo’s Blend No.1 The Works Value Pack

Hugo’s blend grooming collection is specifically formulated using only the highest quality naturally-derived ingredients. The low-irritant blend harnesses the power of Australian Banksia and virgin coconut oil to moisturise and nourish your dog’s delicate skin and coat. Refreshing lemon myrtle and peppermint essential oils clean and condition for optimal coat health and shine. Combined with our Coco’s Blend No.4 Rescue & Relief natural topical spray for probelm skin. Ode to Hugo Love the one you leash Gentle soul & loving heart Our Sweetest Hugo The Works Value Pack: 1 x Hugo’s Blend No.1 Dog Shampoo 500ml 1 x Hugo’s Blend No.1 Conditioning & Deodoriser Spray 250ml 1 x Coco’s Blend No.4 Rescue & Relief Spray  
  • Stella’s Blend No.2 harnesses the power of Manuka honey to help reduce redness, dryness and irritation.

Stella’s Blend No.2 Value Pack Shampoo and Conditioning & Deodoriser Spray

Stella’s blend grooming collection is specifically formulated to nourish your dog’s delicate skin. Low-irritant goat milk and oatmeal natural dog shampoo partnered with our conditioning & deodorising spray is carefully formulated with  Australian almond oil and Manuka honey essential oil. Love, luxe, and lustre Lather up glamorous coats To shine like Stella The Value Duo Pack: 1 x Stella’s Blend No.2 Dog Shampoo 500ml 1 x Stella’s Blend No.2 Conditioning & Deodoriser Spray 250ml.    

Charlie’s Blend No.3 Value Pack Shampoo and Conditioning & Deodoriser Spray

Charlie’s blend grooming collection is specifically formulated to revitalise and balance your dog’s skin and coat. Low-irritant goat milk and oatmeal natural dog shampoo carefully formulated with Australian almond oil and green tea essential oil. Charlie’s favourite A silkening sensation For the love of dogs The Value Duo Pack: 1 x Charlie’s Blend No.3 Dog Shampoo 500ml 1 x Charlie’s Blend No.3 Conditioning & Deodoriser Spray 250ml.      

Hemp Shampoo

Our Hemp Shampoo is a gentle solution crafted from Australian hemp seed oil and goat milk. Suitable for dogs with delicate skin who are prone to developing allergies, this conditioning shampoo harnesses the power of hemp’s fatty acids and goat milk’s lactic acid to cleanse. Enriched with essential oils and native Australian botanicals; it revitalises your dog’s skin and coat, while hemp seed oil conditions deeply for optimal skin health.        

Puppy & Kitten Shampoo

Our Australian made gentle and low-irritant goat milk shampoo is carefully formulated to nourish and clean your puppy or kitten’s skin and coat.  This vitamin-enriched blend harnesses the proven power of Australian aloe vera and almond oil to provide a soothing experience with every lather.  Australian botanical oils of lavender, cedarwood, and green tea provide a subtle aroma suitable for all puppies and kittens.  

Hemp seed oil: the solution to dry skin

With so many beneficial properties contained within Australian hemp oil for dogs, it’s the perfect solution to your precious pup’s dry skin. Simply introduce it to your dog’s diet (be sure to measure the proper dosage) and watch as they reap the natural and nutritional rewards!

Get your Australian hemp oil for dogs today

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