Natural Goodness for Improved Canine Health

Fish oil decreases inflammation, improves skin and coat condition, improves stamina, helps protect the heart and boosts the immune system. It also improves brain function, making it particularly beneficial for senior dogs suffering from canine cognitive dysfunction, and it can even help fight cancer.

Rich in omega-3 fatty acids, fish oil is particularly beneficial in improving joint mobility and for the senior dog, helps combat the discomfort associated with the likes of arthritis.

The likes of salmon oil, which we regularly feed our dogs, is cheaply and readily available, but do not give your dog cod liver oil as it’s too rich in certain vitamins which can be harmful for your best friend.

Some kind of fish oil is an absolute essential in any homemade dog food pantry.

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