Wild Omega 3 Fish Oil

Considering an Omega-3 supplement for your pets?

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Have you been considering an omega-3 supplement for your pets? Recently, this Pet Rescue Report contributor was offered a sample of the Bonnie & Clyde Wild Omega-3 Fish Oil for her dogs.

To be honest – though I know that fish oil is beneficial to dogs (skin, coat, joints and heart) I did not hold much hope of seeing a noticeable difference in my dogs’ health. Much to my pleasant surprise, I noticed after the first bottle (16 oz) that my two German shepherds seemed to be shedding less.17211999_10154518183663403_1100898575270916361_o

Less shedding in German shepherds is huge – because anyone who shares their home with a shepherd knows that these dogs shed (a lot!) year-round. I also noticed that our older shepherd, Chesney (six years of age) is no longer itchy and both dogs have a shiny, soft coat.

Other notable benefits:

  • No odor!
  • Apparently tastes good – both dogs gobble up their food with the oil
  • No drip dispenser
  • Attractive (deep blue) container that looks fine on the kitchen counter

Cons:

  • Can’t think of any

Information from the company’s website:

Virtually odorless oil crafted in Iceland from sustainably caught, wild ocean fish. Packed with natural source vitamin E from non-GMO Argentinian sunflowers, a powerful and biologically active antioxidant.

Free from soy, wheat, corn, artificial flavors and preservatives. Higher in EPA and DHA than salmon, Pollock, krill, and cod liver oil, so your pet consumes less calories.

Your pets will love the rich flavor; you’ll love the lack of fish burps and the convenience of the pump.

Interested in this great product? Visit the company website here.

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Testers – Seager and Chesney

 

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4 replies
  1. susispot says:

    Nice review. I’m interested as one of my dogs is itchy. I’m thinking allergies. My little girl, a JRT, recently survived a close call with liver failure and I will need to get the OK to try this from her vet. Thanks Penny.

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