Omega-3 for your dog

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Omega-3 fatty acids, especially EPA and DHA,
support your dog’s health:

Most commercial dog foods contain few omega-3 fatty acids and may instead contain too much omega-6 (sunflower-corn oil) fatty acids. As a result, your dog’s diet may be too unbalanced, in which case an omega-3 supplement is a healthy addition

Based on research, it is likely that dogs benefit from an Omega-3 Index of 5-6% to support the health of their joints, heart, brain, eyes and skin. Omega-3 Index represents the amount of EPA and DHA in all cells and can be easily measured on a drop of blood.


Like humans, dogs can barely convert the plant-based omega-3 (alpha-linolenic acid) to EPA and DHA. That is why humans and dogs are dependent on the intake of sufficient EPA and DHA.

Omega 3 fatty acids (especially EPA) support the metabolism of joints in the case of osteoarthritis. Use a starting cure of 3 months. Of course, with joint problems you should first consult a vet and discuss with your vet whether or not it is useful for your four-legged friend to be given fish oil for longer than 3 months

Omega Fish Oil for Dogs: a potent Omega-3 fish oil

Not only you and your family, but also your dog deserves the best, purest and safest Omega 3 fish oil formulas.

Omega 4 Dogs:

Discover how economical and user-friendly our unique Omega 4 Dogs is.
• Optimal bioavailability thanks to the Omega-3 triglyceride form
• Certified from sustainable fisheries
• No artificial colours or flavours
• Cold environmentally friendly extraction technology


Store in a cool (max. 25°C) and dry place, away from light, do not freeze. Shelf life is 2 years before opening. Store in the refrigerator and consume preferably within 45 days after opening

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Pack: 200 ml


• Dominguez T, Kaur K, Burri L. Enhanced omega-3 index after long- versus short-chain omega-3 fatty acid supplementation in dogs. Vet Med Sci 2021; 7(2):370-7.
• Mehler SJ, May LR, King C, Harris WS, Shah Z. A prospective, randomized, double blind, placebo-controlled evaluation of the effects of eicosapentaenoic acid and docosahexaenoic acid on the clinical signs and erythrocyte membrane polyunsaturated fatty acid concentrations in dogs with osteoarthritis. Prostaglandins Leukot Essent Fatty Acids 2016; 109:1-7.
• Boe C, Vangsness CT. Fish oil and osteoarthritis: current evidence. Am J Orthop (Belle Mead NJ) 2015; 44(7):302-5.

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