Dorwest Cod Liver Capsules, 200 caps, is full of omega 3 fatty acids found in fish oils. Omega 3s are important in the regulation of body processes, such as inflammation. They are also important in heart health, in the development of the eye and brain in young animals, and for skin and hair condition.
Benefits of Cod Liver Capsules:
- This slow release capsule ensures your pet gets the benefits of omega 3 over time without any unpleasant taste
- It's is an excellent source of Vitamin D, needed for strong bones and absorption of calcium and vitamin A which is also important for skin and hair quality
- Often given to maintain mobility and supple joints, this is a great choice for active and working dogs or cat
Directions: As a food supplement, give your dog or cat one Capsule per 10kgs bodyweight daily. Adjust dose accordingly for those under 10kgs or speak to your vet. Suitable for animal use only.
For dog and cat use only. Not suitable for humans. Can be used from 8 weeks old onwards. Can be given in conjunction with any medication, but also see additional information.
Cod Liver Oil 315mg, Gelatin, Glycerin
Why use cod liver oil as a source of Omega 3 for dogs and cats?
Omega 3 is considered the most beneficial of the omega polyunsaturated fats and has three different natural forms – ALA, EPA and DHA. EPA and DHA are the most active and are only found in marine sources of Omega 3. ‘Fish oil’ products contain Omega 3 but cod liver oil has the additional benefit of naturally occurring high levels of vitamins A & D. Dogs rely much more heavily on their diet as a source of vitamin D than people, who can synthesis the vitamin in their skin when exposed to UV radiation from the sun.
When should my pet use cod liver oil?
Omega 3 is the hardest of the omegas to get from diet alone and vitamin D is also hard to find in most natural ingredients. This makes Dorwest Cod Liver Oil Capsules suitable for everyday use – especially for dogs that are always on the go. With cold weather putting particular strain on joints, cod liver oil is particularly beneficial in winter when your pet may benefit from an extra boost.
Can Dorwest Cod Liver Oil be used by my pet during pregnancy?
Can Dorwest Cod Liver Oil be used by my pet during lactation?
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