Omega 3 Fish Oil Soft Gels 1000mg
Made from wild-caught Peruvian anchovies, Max and Neo's 1000mg Omega 3 Fish Oil is what your dog needs for healthy skin, healthy joints, and a healthy heart. Each softgel has over 180 mg of EPA and 120 mg of DHA. Omega 3s are an essential part of your pet's diet, but most dogs do not get any omega 3s in their food. By adding our Omega-3 softgels to your dog's daily diet, you will provide the necessary nutrients that your dog needs for a healthy coat, healthy skin, healthy joints, and a healthy heart.
By adding our Omega 3 fish oil to your dog's diet, you will provide the necessary nutrients that your dog needs for a healthy coat, healthy skin, healthy joints, and a healthy heart.
Omega 3 fish oil has been shown to improve a dog's coat, making it softer and smoother. It can also support its immune system, reduce inflammation and improve overall health.
Per Serving: 1 Soft Gel
180 mg EPA Omega 3
120 mg DHA Omega 3
Ingredients: WILD-CAUGHT PERUVIAN ANCHOVIES
While many omega 3 oils available are derived from farmed fish, our Omega-3 Fish Oil is derived from wild-caught Peruvian anchovies. Farmed fish are fed through pellets and do not get much EPA and DHA omega 3s in their diets.
This results in much lower omega 3s in the oil derived from farmed fish. The anchovies that we use in our oil have grown up on a diet of smaller fish, which are packed with EPA and DHA omega 3s. Therefore, our fish oil has much higher levels of EPA and DHA omega 3s.
My 12-year old chocolate Lab Cocoa LOVES them! He's really good about taking meds and he had no hesitation gobbling up these. His coat is beginning to look better as well. We will definitely re-order!
I am already seeing a change in my dog's coat. Jake is a rescue and had a case of yeast infection all over his body and lost almost all his hair.. I put him on these capsules shortly after I adopted him and am already seeing results. His coat is shinier and it feels much thicker. Have had him for 4 months. He is a picky boy, so I have to open the capsules and mix it with a bit of wet food and sprinkle that with bits of a treat and serve it as an "appetizer" before his meal. He gobbles it all up. Being he doesn't always finish his food, by serving it separate I know he is getting the prescribed amount.