3 Ingredients For the Best Fish Oil for Dogs

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3 Ingredients For the Best Fish Oil for Dogs

 

When it comes to finding the best fish oil for dogs you have two main options. You can choose from pills or you can choose a dietary supplement. The latter is a better choice if you are aware of the fact that our pets are prone to inflammation and because of this, they need extra anti-inflammatory proteins to prevent their joints from stiffening. A recent study revealed that our dogs can be treated with fish oil supplements. This news made me very excited because I know how important it is for my dogs to be as healthy as possible.

 

I started to research the effects of fish oil fatty acids on dogs because of my own pet's suffering from arthritis. I wondered what the link between inflammation and joint health might be. As it turns out, arthritis is not the only disease that can benefit from the benefits of fish oil. It is very important for our pets to get enough vitamins and nutrients like Vitamin D and the necessary fatty acids because they cannot manufacture them on their own. Vitamins are also vital for healthy skin, hair and nails.

 

Most commercial fish oil supplements do not contain enough omega-3 fatty acids, which is the essential nutrient needed by your pet's cells and tissues to function properly. If you look around, you will find that your pet food contains no more omega-3 than what you would get from eating five raw eggs. There are other essential fatty acids that are found in foods but are not absorbed by the body in sufficient amounts to provide an advantage when it comes to anti-inflammatory treatment. The one that stands out the most is EPA. EPA is referred to as omega-3 fatty acid and is responsible for giving us that healthful, fatty feeling that we get after eating fish.

 

The reason why the best anti-inflammatory properties are found in fish oil is because of the medium-chain fatty acid called eicosapentaenoic acid. It also happens to be one of the best antioxidants there is because of its ability to flush out fat. EPA may help reduce cardiovascular disease and lessen the effects of arthritis. In fact, there are several studies out there that show that eicosapentaenoic acid can improve cardiovascular risk factors by as much as 14%, which is quite a leap.

 

There are several things that make fish oil excellent for your dogs. The first thing is that there are several varieties, including strains that are high in EPA but low in DHA. These strains are better for your dogs because they have more anti-inflammatory activity and can protect cardiovascular health better than other varieties. The next benefit of the EPA is the health benefits associated with EPA. It seems like all good things have to be good for you and what could be better than improving your dogs overall health and possibly reversing some of the chronic diseases that he may already be facing?

 

The last ingredient on my list for the best fish oil for dogs is a very special kind of substance that is commonly called "glucosamine". This is a natural substance that is naturally produced in the body, and it is normally found in the cartilage between the teeth in dogs. What glucosamine does is it produces new cartilage in response to injuries. This substance makes your dog's joints strong and resilient.


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