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Biotin is necessary for the body to be able to take care of nutrition.
All nutrition we add to the animals needs to be broken down into smaller parts and converted, and biotin is involved here.
Normally, the intestine produces biotin, but certain additives and raw materials in the feed can cause this process to not work fully.
These include fat metabolism and energy production that are affected by biotin deficiency.
Biotin deficiency in humans and animals also affects the immune system, where among other things. The spleen's ability to produce lymphocytes becomes deficient.
Regardless of animal species, we see that they lose more fur, feathers or skins than usual, and it is also dry and brittle and glossy.
The skin dams more or seems fatter than usual - it doesn't look fresh.
Watery eyes and sometimes seen crusts on the eyelids.
Fur-bearing animals lose their fur around their eyes.
Color changes / depigmentation in the coat.
The animals are more susceptible to infections.
Some animals have inexplicable skin problems.
Changes such as cataracts on pads are seen in dogs, cats and guinea pigs.
In rabbits and birds, blushing can be seen under the foot.
In the case of turtles, fragile, greasy, dry chippings are seen, as well as abnormal calluses on the rest of the skin.
Fragile claws and beaks, shells, and hooves that look rough and chipped.
Dry or oily skin and coat.
In short: You see an animal that looks a little scruffy.