Cook & feed your dog Salmon Oil
Salmon Oil for Dogs
Salmon oil is good for a dog’s skin and coat, strengthens the immune system, improves joint mobility, protects against arthritis, can help with kidney disease and help treat high cholesterol.
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Salmon Oil is dog-friendly!
About Salmon Oil:
Salmon oil is the omega-3-rich oil extracted from the tissue of the salmon.
Interestingly, salmon don’t actually produce the omega-3s for which they and other oily fish are so famously valued. They accumulate these fatty acids over time, either by consuming smaller prey fish which themselves have gorged on and accumulated omega-3s from microscopic algae, or by themselves eating the microalgae living in the water in which they live.
Benefits of Salmon Oil:
Salmon oil is rich in omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids, DHA and EPA. It is good for a dog’s skin and coat, strengthens the immune system, protects against arthritis and improves joint mobility by reducing inflammation – particularly beneficial for older dogs. It can also help with kidney disease, help treat high cholesterol and provide protection against cancer.
On top of all that, salmon oil also supports the cardiovascular system and can even help maintain cognitive function, which is particularly beneficial when a dog reaches his or her twilight years when brain function might otherwise tend to diminish.
Oh, and all that goes for humans as well as canines!
Preparing & Cooking:
No need to prepare – or cook. Just open the bottle and pour!
Simply add salmon oil to your dog’s cooked food, or follow each recipe suggestion.
See recipe suggestion below or visit recipes for further suggestions.
Follow recipe guidelines to ensure moderation and to avoid digestive issues.
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