Is your pet's coat less shiny? Are they walking more slowly or hesitant to jump onto the couch or bed? Is your dog not as excited for long walks? Maybe your cat is having trouble jumping on countertops or going in and out of the litter box?
If you answered yes to any of these questions, then we highly recommend adding Omega-3 rich supplements to your pet’s diet.
Let’s talk about what Omega-3s are, and how they can address your pet’s overall health concerns:
Omega-3s are types of fatty acids that your pets cannot produce on their own. Including Omega-3s in their diet can help with:
How Can You Introduce Omega-3s Into Your Pet’s Diet?
Adding Omega-3 fatty acids to your pet’s diet is easy because they are typically found in fish oil. For cats and dogs, ensure that the Omega-3 supplement you choose has the appropriate fatty acids and dosing since not all supplements are effective.
Tip: Look for fish oils with EPA (eicosapentaenoic acid) and DHA (docahexaenoic acid).
Choose The Best Omega-3 Supplement For Your Pet
When you start to look for fish oil supplements which contain Omega-3s, you may be overwhelmed with choice. How do you know which one is best for your pet?
At Fera Pet Organics, we created a fish oil specifically for cats and dogs. Our efforts have been given the Quality seal from the National Animal Supplement Council, so you can be sure you’re getting a tried and tested product. In fact, every batch is third-party tested with the highest standards by the EUROFINS testing program.
Our fish oil:
It’s important to note that fish oil supplementation may cause lowered levels of Vitamin E. To prevent this, Fera Pet Organics Fish Oil includes Vitamin E as a natural antioxidant in our fish oil. Our Vitamin E (d-alpha-tocopherol) is non-GMO, sourced from sunflowers (soy-free).
Here’s to healthier, happier, pets!
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