Fish oil for your dog

Here is a chart you can use as a guide to how much fish oil to feed your dog. It states around 100mg/kg body weight.

Where possible buy your supplements directly from the supplier as popular online retailers sometimes suffer from people selling counterfeit pills.

None of the fish oil I recommend here is particularly low cost. Low-cost brands exist, and while I don’t wish to endorse them, if that is all your budget can stretch to then it is better than nothing. Cheaper fish oils can be at risk of rancidity. If you choose low-cost fish oil, check for flavourings and sweeteners that may be unsuitable for your dog. Avoid added fat-soluble vitamins such as A and D which will already be in your dog’s complete food, and would be toxic in excess.

Bare Biology is excellent because; they don’t contain any unnatural flavourings, this product, in particular, is higher in EPA which is better for reducing cortisol, they have processes in place to preserve the delicate omega 3 oils, protecting them from rancidity and removing heavy metals and PCBs, they have sustainability policy.

Wileys are excellent because; they don’t contain any unnatural flavourings, this product, in particular, is higher in EPA which is better for reducing cortisol, they have processes in place to preserve the delicate omega 3 oils, protecting them from rancidity and removing heavy metals and PCBs, they have sustainability policy.

Nordic Naturals are excellent because they have processes in place to preserve the delicate omega 3 oils, protecting them from rancidity and removing heavy metals and PCBs, they have a sustainability policy, and they have been used in more than 50 published studies -demonstrating the reliability and consistency of the product. Their authorised retailers are Power Body and Nutri Link.

This product is produced for pets and contains no additives, it is easy to pour onto your pet's food, and store in the fridge after opening.

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