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18 July 2018 - 9:39 pm
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Went to a market to buy fish oil for Simon..  Clerk directed me to nordic naturals.. which is a premium brand.. specifically I got Omega 3's for pets..   anyone using this.. price was same or even a bit more than the human type.. 

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I used that same brand back jn the day for Happy Hannah, and still use it periodically for my dogs now.  

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did you use the specific one labeled..    omega 3 for pets? 

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Yes, It was labeled for pets.  Can't  remember where, specifically, this brand was recommended during my research at the time, but I do recall it was highly  rated.

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That is exactly what Fallon's oncologist prescribes.  We buy it online as it is cheaper than at the doctor's.

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When Wyatt Ray had rehab therapy at Colorado State, Dr. Wendland prescribed Wellactin by Nutramax. She says the CSU docs recommend it because it is one of the only Omega 3 supplements that has the type of scientific research behind it that they are comfortable with.

Like many supplements, we only noticed very subtle differences when he was on it after a few months. However it wasn't until we ran out last month did we notice a big decline in his mobility. Unfortunately we can't find it in our Canada travels and can't wait to get back to the States so we can start giving it to him again. For the last few weeks we've had him on a competing brand and hope it helps.

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I either use Wellactin or the Ultra EFA fish oil from RX Vitamins (they make Hemp RX CBD oil so sometimes I buy some fish oil to get free shipping).

I like a product with at least 1000 mg of combined EPA and DHA per capsule or teaspooon because Julian gets 4000 mg per day.  The Nordic Naturals is a great brand but is not as concentrated for the big/giant dogs.

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Thank you for the assistance. It was so easy to click on the wellactin link and order it. Thanks again

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What's different from the ones for human?

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yaya said
What's different from the ones for human?  

Great question! It is my understanding that pets who eat a dry kibble diet are deficient of Omega 6, and many of the pet brands have added doses of it in their formula. Also, the veterinarians at CSU told us "We recommend using a veterinary product to avoid dangerous additives such as xylitol or vitamin D3."

This article "Fish Oil for Dogs" by Dr. Andrew Weil says:

Before dosing your dog or cat with fish oil meant for humans or pets, I suggest consulting your vet, particularly with regard to dosage. Pets with allergies may need higher than the standard dosages, and they also may need supplemental GLA, an omega-6 fatty acid that improves skin health. Your vet can best advise you about dosages and whether or not a combination of the two would work better for your pooch than fish oil alone.

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tazziedog said
I either use Wellactin or the Ultra EFA fish oil from RX Vitamins (they make Hemp RX CBD oil so sometimes I buy some fish oil to get free shipping).

I like a product with at least 1000 mg of combined EPA and DHA per capsule or teaspooon because Julian gets 4000 mg per day.  The Nordic Naturals is a great brand but is not as concentrated for the big/giant dogs.

Pam  

That's exactly what the vets at CSU told us Pam, regarding the EPA/DHA dosage. They told us Wyatt should be given a total of 4,300 mg of EPA and DHA omega-3 fatty acids. His stomach really can't handle all that so we cut it back a bit to around 3000.

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