Thank you for making my wee Skip happy! I rehomed Skip last year and later he was diagnosed with wheat, rice and corn allergies, via blood allergy testing. His skin was covered in large sores, his coat was dull and he was very thin.

I tried Trophy after speaking to my local rep and one year later his coat is lovely, soft and shiny. His scratching has reduced dramatically and he has gained 1kg in weight. As you can see from the picture he is very athletic and will run for miles, thanks to Trophy he no longer needs to stop and scratch, which makes Skip one very happy mutt.

Thanks Katie and Skip

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