- Support normal brain and nerve function
- Contains omega 3 fatty acids for overall pets health
- No pills, just pump and and a stroke of your fingertip
If you feed your dog or cat a commercially processed diet, there??s a good chance she may have a fatty acid deficiency or imbalance. The outer signs of an omega-3 deficiency in your pet are easy to spot ??like itchy, dry skln or a greasy hair or coat. But these fatty acids are crucial for your pet??s immune system, too.
Commercial diets tend to be heavy in omega-6 fats because of the use of cheap cereal grain animal feeds, which can offset your pet??s delicate balance of omega-3s. Omega-3 fatty acids are heat-sensitive, so you don??t typically find them in kibble or canned food. Even if pet food manufacturers add them, they tend to not use the right ones for your pet.
My favorite source of omega-3s for dogs and cats is marine oils. Krill Oil is rich in omega-3 fatty acids, especially the important ones for your pet ??DHA and EPA.
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