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Feed her high quality vegetable oil in the form of safflower seeds and give her B vitamins in the form of corn free cat or dog food. that kibble is loaded with vitamins, vitamin E is good for healthy coats...and don't feed anything high in sugar, like most lab blocks, which have a lot of molasses in them. Give her a small box filled with alfalfa straw to climb in to groom her coat. See that she has adequate ventilation in her enclosure.
 

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Feed a good balanced diet. Linseed is especially good for the coat, and has been used by fanciers for many years to improve the coat before a show.
 

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Pet shops sell it. However if as on your other posts the problem is scabs on the skin, not the coat, you need a different solution.
 
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