Question from Reader: I want to incorporate Omega 3’s into my pet’s diet, but I’m not sure if I should use Krill Oil or Salmon Oil. What is the difference?

Salmon Oil

Salmon Oil

Salmon Oil

Our Grizzly Salmon Oil comes from wild Alaskan salmon and is a daily supplement for pets rich in EPA and DHA’s, the best Omega-3 fatty acids. Salmon Oil helps with skin problems and joint difficulties. It supports healthy skin, lustrous coat, is all natural, and contains no artificial ingredients . It is very easy to use, and comes in the form of a liquid in a convenient pump dispenser.

Add as many pumps of Grizzly Salmon Oil as your dog needs according to your dog’s weight. Recommended amounts are as follows:

Up to 12.5 lbs.   1 pump per day

12.5-25 lbs.        1-2 pumps per day

25-50 lbs.           3-4 pumps per day

50-75 lbs.           5-6 pumps per day

Over 75 lbs.        7-8 pumps per day

Krill Oil

Tri-KRILL™ for pets

Tri-KRILL™

Our Krill Oil for pets, Tri-KRILL™, has an extract of Krill sourced directly from the Antarctic. It contains AstaKrill™ blend which combines the power of Krill Phospholipids with 12mg of Astaxanthin per serving in an easy-to-take soft gel. What is Astaxanthin? It is the coloring that gives krill and salmon their red color, and is a SUPER antioxidant. Krill Oil supports healthy joints, liver, skin and coat. It promotes a strong immune system and less inflammation in the body.

Statistics:

Krill Oil is 4x more absorbable than Salmon Oil.

Krill Oil Contains 24x more astaxanthin than salmon oil.

Krill Oil is a 6,000x stronger antioxidant than Vitamin C.

Suggested use: One chewable soft-gel per day for pets under 40 pounds and two soft-gels per day for pets over 40 pounds.

Watch our Tri-KRILL Video here!

 

Probiotics for dogs“Omega 3’s are very important for your pet! Shop for the best Krill and Salmon Oils here: Petenzymes.com.” -Paddy

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