Salmon oil is a naturally derived product of Salmon. Humans are encouraged to eat Salmon for dinner as it's a good source of protein and rich in Omega-3 acids. Salmon isn't just good for us, it's also good for our pets!
Salmon oil can help your dog reap some of the health benefits associated with eating fish.
Just like your doctor might recommend taking a fish oil supplement for you, giving Salmon oil to your dog isn't just safe, it can help provide a variety of benefits to improve their overall health.
Is Salmon Oil Good For My Dog?
Simply put, yes. Salmon oil is a great way to augment your dog's diet. Salmon oil is rich in omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids that support a healthy immune system, heart health, anti-inflammatory properties, healthy skin and coat and cognitive function.
The main Omega-3 fatty acids found in salmon oil are EPA (eicosapentaenoic acid), DHA (docosahexaenoic acid) and DPA (docosapentaenoic acid). These acids are long-chain, meaning that they contain 20 or more carbon atoms.
Omega-3 acids are important structural components of healthy cell membranes. In addition, long-chain fatty acids provide anti-inflammatory benefits can help support your dog's coat and skin, potentially decrease the development of skin allergies and help aid in the healing of wounds.
How Do I Give My Dog Salmon Oil?
There are many ways to use salmon oil to supplement your dog's diet. You can give your pet oil supplements at mealtime, or add the oil into their food.
If you're giving them oil supplements, be sure to check the recommended dosage. If you notice your dog experiencing reactions to the salmon oil supplements, like nausea, loose stools or bad breath, you should consult with us or your veterinarian about taking them off supplements.
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