Grizzly Salmon Oil For Dogs Food Supplement Omega 3 Fatty Acids 16oz Pump

Grizzly Salmon Oil For Cats Food Supplement Omega 3 Fatty Acids 16oz Pump

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Grizzly Salmon Oil is a feed material for dogs and cats, containing wild salmon oil from Alaska and rosemary extract.

Grizzly Salmon Oil comes in 5 different sizes and labelled 
All bottle sizes have the same content - pure salmon oil.

Therefore cat owners having many cats, can use the bigger sizes as well.

How do I use Grizzly Salmon Oil

Just pump the Grizzly Salmon Oil onto your pet's food directly from the dispenser bottle according to dosage chart on the label.

Store out of daylight at room temperature or refrigerate.

Ought to be used within 3 month from opening the bottle.


Easy to use
The convenient ready - to - use pump dispenser bottle is very easy to use and gives the right amount every time.
No cap to remove, no spoon, no mess, no cleaning.
Just turn the nose of the pump anticlockwise, press the pump and you are done.
The pump is completely tight and gives no waste and greasy fingers.

Getting started  on the Grizzly Salmon Oil diet

Grizzly Salmon Oil has the scent of the ocean and the rich taste of fresh fish, which most pets like right away. 

If your pet's diet has been consistent for a long time, it might need to be introduced to the new taste gradually. 

In this case, we recommend that you use smaller amounts of Grizzly Salmon Oil over a period of several days. 

Once your pet has become acquainted with the new natural taste, you can expect it to exhibit a certain level of healthy addiction
 
Using Grizzly Salmon Oil correctly
First of all, be sure to follow the directions on the label and give your dog or cat the proper amount of Grizzly Salmon Oil. 
Also, do not put Grizzly Salmon Oil on more food than your dog or cat will eat in a single feed. 
Because Grizzly Salmon Oil is all-natural, it contains extremely valuable and highly reactive fatty acids that will benefit your dog or cat. 
Leaving Grizzly Salmon Oil on your pet's food for several days at a time will cause the highly reactive fatty acids to be oxidized by the air. 
This will results in less valuable, partly saturated fatty acids, and you will notice that the oil loses its fresh, pure scent. 
This will happen within a few days and is proof that Grizzly Salmon Oil has a high content of natural, unaltered polyunsaturated fatty acids such as DHA and EPA 
 
 
 

 

Starting your puppy or kitten off with a healthy balance of omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids is a great way to help ensure a long and healthy life. 

We recommend using approximately half of the smallest dosage on your puppy's or kitten's food every day. 

You may want to consult your vet for specific dosages.

What are omega-3 fatty acids?

Omega-3 fatty acids are a form of polyunsaturated fat, one of four basic types of fat that animals and humans derive from food (the others being cholesterol, saturated fat and monounsaturated fat). 

All polyunsaturated fats, including omega-3s, are increasingly being recognized as important for good health. Some doctors and scientists believe that consuming too many foods rich in saturated fats contributes to the development of degenerative diseases, including heart disease and even cancer. Polyunsaturated fatty acids, however, are healthy for animals and humans. 

Omega-3 fatty acids, which are found primarily in cold-water fish, fall into this category, along with omega-6 fatty acids, which are found in grains, most plant-based oils, poultry and eggs.

Why are omega-3 fatty acids important?

Omega-3s (and one omega-6) are considered important fatty acids because they are critical for good health. 

They are essential building blocks that your dog and cat needs for a healthy heart and a strong immune system. 

Grizzly Salmon Oil provides a variety of different omega-3 fatty acids, including DHA and EPA, making it the best source of these nutrients.

There are different types of omega-3 fatty acids

Key omega-3 fatty acids include eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA) and docosahexanoic acid (DHA), both found primarily  in oily cold-water fish such as salmon, tuna and mackerel. 

Aside from fresh seaweed, plant foods rarely contains EPA or DHA.

A third omega-3 called alpha-linolenic acid (ALA) is found primarily in dark-green leafy vegetables, flaxseed oil and certain vegetable oils. 

ALA is not readily accessible to animals, which have to use several enzymatic steps in their metabolism to convert it into a useful configuration such as EPA. 

Thus, scientists estimate that only a small fraction of ALA benefits dogs, while cats lack one of the metabolic enzymes for utilizing ALA. 

And some dogs are also extremely poor at utilizing ALA, especially if large amounts of metabolically "competitive" omega-6 fatty acids are present.

These poor dogs constantly suffer with skin problems unless their food is supplemented with EPA from e.g. salmon oil.