GO BACK TO THE SEA FOR THE HEALTH OF YOUR DOG
My senior dog Murphy just turned 18 years old. If you saw him in the street on a walk you would never think he’s a senior dog. He walks at a normal pace without limping or slowing down. I attribute Murphy’s excellent mobility to the supplements he takes that reverse joint inflammation. Omega-3 fatty acids may help dogs maintain normal cognitive function later in life. In addition, supplementation with omega-3 fatty acids may reverse inflammatory conditions related to the heart, kidneys and joints. Request third-party test results from the manufacturer to verify purity and freshness.
Anchovy and salmon oils can benefit a dog’s brain, heart and immune system. These oils have powerful anti-inflammatory properties that can also benefit a dog’s skin and coat.
Some omega-3 fatty acids may reduce the blood’s ability to clot. This can interfere with wound healing or the dog’s ability to recover after surgery.
Although dogs can make some of these acids themselves, essential fatty acids have to be acquired by dog food or supplementation.