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Maintaining a Health Coat Tips please.

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Hi Everyone,

Milo's coat isn't in the best condition. He got all his results back, all negative. We have decided too leave him for the moment as he's not in any pain, or affected by it.

His coat on the other hand is a mess (Esme doesn't help), does anyone have any tips on Getting his coat back in order.

Would cutting, brushing and bathing reguarly work? I don't want too dry his coat out or iritate the skin either?

Is there anything I can give to help Hair growth as his sides are still patchy, I believe Vit B is good for coats. No idea what has it in it.

Any advice welcome. Milo is an Alpaca so wiry coat.

Can anyone recommend a good brush too?

Thanks.
 

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When our vet gave us BSP Nanovits which I believe has vitamin B in it our piggies had quite glossy coats, the only problem though is it made our lads slighty more smelly. The Wagg Optimum and Science Selective they eat keeps them looking healthy and when I gave them all a bath in Posh n Go it made Fudge look like a Satin which he isn't. I don't know what would make his hair grow and I've never owned an Alpaca so can't help there sorry
 
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