It appears that omega-3 fatty acids can improve the eye's oil film that's produced by small glands on the edge of the eyelid, called the meibomian glands. This helps improve dry eye symptoms and reduces the need for intervention.
Omega 3's have been shown to help reduce weight, resulting in better heart health. A study was performed on dogs with heart failure, some of who were fed omega 3's. The dogs receiving the omega 3 supplementation experienced longer survival times and less weight loss compared to those without omega 3 supplementation.
Research has shown that omega-3 fatty acids can help to treat canine arthritis. Whether you have a growing puppy or a senior dog, joint support is important. Omega 3’s keep the fluid flowing within the joint socket so your pet’s joints move easier. They also reduce inflammation so older dogs feel younger!
Skin & Coat Health
Omega-3 fatty acids (DHA and EPA) calm the body's inflammatory reaction. This calming effect reduces the number of histamines that are released from white blood cells and reduces your dog's itching and scratching. This effect cools the red and inflamed skin.
If you are looking for a protein that is high in omega 3, we have something that tastes irresistible to dogs:
Freeze-dried Kangaroo liver is loaded with Omega 3's that promotes healthy skin, joints, and also helps fur stay nice and soft, and are a healthy addition to your dog's diet.
Gently freeze-dried top perfection, these make amazingly healthy treats full of essential nutrients.