Tri Krill Oil For Pets

Here are a few more popular questions we have received about Tri-Krill™! Learn how Tri-Krill™ can be of benefit to your pet!

Can I give Krill Oil to my pet if he/she is allergic to fish or shellfish?

Absolutely not. Talk with your veterinarian if you suspect your pet is allergic to shellfish or fish. Some  krill oil blends also contain some fish oil as a carrier, and fish can end up in the krill biomass as a by-catch. So, if your pet is allergic to any fish do not give him/her this product.

The Directions say to give my pet 1-2 soft gels. So can I give them the whole soft gel or do I need to break it open?

Tri Krill Oil For PetsYou may break it open if you like. However, you can simply give your pet the soft gel by placing it in their food whole, or it can be given separately-in the original soft gel form- as a treat. Keep in mind that the soft gels are human grade supplements so they are very safe for pets. Tri-KRILL™ does not contain any ingredients that are harmful for pets.

Have there been any studies on pets supplementing with Krill Oil?

Studies have been conducted, revealing that arthritis improved 47% in mice supplementing with Krill Oil as opposed to the 26% improvement when supplementing with Fish Oil.

Why is it so important to supplement my pet’s diet with Omega 3 fatty acids?

Tri Krill Oil For PetsToday, our pets are receiving more Omega 6 fatty acids in their diets than necessary. The cattle meat used in most pet foods contains an unnecessary amount of Omega 6 fatty acids because the cattle are now being fed grains instead of grass. Too many Omega 6 fatty acids can cause arthritis, allergies, skin disorders and obesity in our pets. Supplementing our pets’ diets with Omega 3 fatty acids will help to normalize this imbalance. Krill Oil absorbs quickly into the system, providing benefits such as agility, decreased inflammation, and can help maintain a healthy heart, brain and nervous system. Ask your veterinarian about how Krill Oil can benefit your pet!

Isn’t fish oil a good source of Omega 3 fatty acids too?

Yes. However, Krill oil contains a higher concentration of Omega 3 fatty acids, and also contains Astaxanthin, which is an added nutritional benefit. It does not contain mercury and therefore there is no added risk of heavy metal poisoning. In addition, Krill Oil contains highly bioavailable EPA and DHA which can aid in cognitive function, and help fight mood swings and inflammation. Krill Oil is FOUR times more potent than Fish Oil and therefore has four times the benefit!

Probiotics for dogs“I just LOVE my Krill Oil! It keeps me healthy and pain free! Shop for it here.” -Paddy
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