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Once and awhile Popsie get some heavy dandriff. What is a good way to solve this problem?
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Mixing in some omega-3 fish oil with food often helps.
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Age of cat ??

Current food ??

Dry or wet ??
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Age of cat ??

Current food ??

Dry or wet ??
He's 16 and eats Purina vitality formala dry. Sometimes I will give him wet food but not that often
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Once and awhile Popsie get some heavy dandriff. What is a good way to solve this problem?
What is his diet? Often, cats who don't get enough linoleic acid get "flaky" -- and/or an oil deficiency in the diet can contribute. Linatone or Gold Caps (both available at better "pet" supply stores and online) can help; so can supplements like NutriCal. Make sure he's getting a very high-quality diet, and of course, you comb and brush him regularly?
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I suggest adding some wet food ... Please do a search about Quality and cat foods... your feeding a low quality one....you can try oil but a better food will be cheaper
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