Omega 3, 6, 9 for Dogs and Cats by VetriScience

“The omega-3s reduce inflammation throughout the body, benefiting skin, eyes, heart, bladder, brain, and joints,” said Dr. Julie Buzby in an article about senior dogs for . “I recommend this supplement for my arthritic patients, those suffering from age related brain dysfunction, vision issues, heart disease, and skin conditions. While omega-3s may be appropriate for dogs of any age, it’s obvious why they are such a good supplement for seniors.”

Our Triglceride Omega-3 supplement comes in both capsule and liquid form, to supply the needs of dogs and cats.

Choose your dog's omega-3 supplements as you would for yourself. In fact, you may share your omega-3 supplements with your pet. Only consume molecularly distilled, pure omega-3 fatty acids from marine sources. Plant-based omega-3 fatty acids like flaxseed oil and walnut oil require further conversion into EPA and DHA (the effective versions of omega-3 for mammals) and may cause indigestion in your pets.

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An essential fatty acid is one that must be supplied in the diet because it cannot be manufactured by the body. The essential fatty acid for dogs is linoleic acid. Essential fatty acids for cats are linoleic acid and arachadonic acid. Some researchers believe alpha linolenic acid is also essential for dogs and cats. Omega-3 is a collective term used to describe a certain set of fatty acids, most notably EPA (eicosapentaenoic acid) and DHA (docosahexaenoic acid), substances which are abundant in fish and seaweed. The other Omega-3 fatty acid known as ALA (alpha-Linolenic acid) can be found in dark-leafed plants. Supplementing your dog with Omega-3 promotes healthy heart function, healthy joints and a healthy immune system as well as many other benefits!

When do vets recommend it?

If your vet has recommended the use of Omega-3 it will usually be for the treatment of itching. Fish oils are also sometimes used with glucosamine to relieve pain associated with joint conditions such as arthritis and hip dysplasia.

What’s the best formulation for dogs?

There are lots of Omega-3 supplements for dogs, but we recommend . This formula contains all three types of essential fatty acid which can help reduce the symptoms of inflammation and itching, and promote the health of your dog’s immune system, skin, heart and more!

What is EPA?

EPA is a precursor to a hormone-like substance (prostaglandin-3) which has anti-inflammatory properties. When it is converted to prostaglandin-3 in the dog’s body it helps to reduce inflammation. EPA also provides several other key benefits, and can help to keep the heart healthy.

What is DHA?

DHA is a structurally important substance which plays an important role in the development of the nervous system and eyesight. It’s also believed that puppies receiving high amounts of DHA are easier to train, easier to socialize and display less destructive behavior. Young puppies often get their required levels of DHA from their mother’s milk.