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Gomega Fish Oil is a high potency EPA rich Omega 3 supplement for dogs. Essential Fatty Acids (EFAs) play a number of vital roles in the structure and function of the body. Fish oil is the optimal and direct source of pre-formed Eicosapentaenoic Acid (EPA). These are the long chain Omega-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids which are required by the body.
Triple purified, high potency, EPA and DHA rich, Omega-3 supplement from Vetplus, for use in dogs.
Essential Fatty Acids (EFAs) play a number of vital roles in the structure and function of the mammalian body.
Fish oil is the optimal and direct source of pre-formed Eicosapentaenoic Adic (EPA). Thes are the long chain Omega-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids which are required by the body. Mammals cannot synthesize EPA and DHA and therefore they rely on dietary intake to meet their requirements.
Recent research has identified seven different ways in which Omega-3 oils may be used to support clinical situations. These are in support of
- cardiovascular health
- joint health
- kidney function
- post-surgical recovery and appetite
- skin & coat health
- brain & nervous system
- the modulation of inflammatory disease
Composition per 1.5ml: EPA 400mg, DHA 250mg, vitamin E 22mg
Feeding instructions: add 1 pump per 10kg bodyweight to food, Once daily, for a minimum of four weeks or as advised by your veterinary surgeon
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Only negative really is that the oil tends to get in Henry's beard and is smells very very fishy!!
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Below are some recent questions we've received regarding Gomega Fish Oil for Dogs, including answers from our team.
Is this suitable for dogs with renal failure and how is it different from gomega plus ?
This depends on the severity of your dog's kidney failure. Usually kidney disease is managed carefully with special diets and changes to these diets can affect the condition. This supplement is based on fish oil and so may affect a current renal diet, however the amount given to dose your dog will be very low compared to the normal food. It is best to check with your vet to ensure this is safe though.
Unfortunately VetPlus will not provide us the information regarding the difference between Gomega and Gomega Plus. We recommend contacting them direct for this.