Tuesday, July 19, 2016

Wild Alaskan Salmon Oil for Dogs and Cats

I received this product in exchange for an honest review.

My cat Winslow suffers from dry skin, so I had read up on it and many people recommend giving cats fish oil. I've just been giving him regular vegetable oil because that's all I had and could afford at the time. I saw this Wild Alaskan Salmon Oil for review, and jumped on it!

Product Description

The Highest Quality Salmon Oil To Provide Your Furry Family With Healthy Omega-3s, Vitamins & Antioxidants.

- Promotes Healthy Skin & Coat
- Supports Heart, Eye & Brain Health
- Helps With Inflammation & Joint Pain
- 100% Wild Caught, Non-GMO Salmon
- Molecularly Distilled and Toxin Free
- Good for All Dog Breeds and Cats

Our Wild Alaskan Salmon Oil is a superior, all-natural source of beneficial omega fatty acids with a rich natural taste both dogs and cats will love.

OMEGA-3, EPA & DHA, with naturally occuring vitamins and anitoxidents. Unlike many other sources, wild salmon oil is a nutritional powerhouse of naturally occurring minerals, vitamins, and powerful antioxidants, like astaxanthin. These important veterinarian-recommended omega fatty acids help promote healthy skin, coat, heart, joints, immune system and brain function, in addition to helping reduce inflammation.

Unbeatable quality and safety standards. Our oil is from 100% wild-caught, never farmed, non-GMO salmon sourced exclusively from Alaska using sustainable fishing practices. It is cold pressed, molecularly distilled and free of pollutants and toxins, like mercury. It's human grade and made in the USA in a GMP certified facility. Our oil is in the superior TRIGLYCERIDE FORM. And finally, to ensure only the best for your furry family, batches are regularly 3rd Party Tested for purity and safety.

Our Difference

- Made in the USA
- Premium Natural Ingredients
- A Commitment to Safety
- Veterinarian Formulated
- Super Customer Service 


Winslow didn't seem to like this oil much at first. The directions state to pump some of the oil over the pets food, which I did and it just sat there for several days uneaten. So I tried putting it on a separate plate, and surprise surprise, Mr. Finicky likes it like that. I give this to him now about every other day. After not quite a month of use, the 16 ounce bottle is maybe half way gone, maybe a little less. This has to be kept stored in the fridge and since I don't give it to Winslow every day, if I do forget he will let me know he wants more by rubbing his face against the vegetable oil bottle (or licking it - old habit.) Once I started giving him the oil on the plate, he would actually let me know he wanted more after just 12 hours or so! Obviously too soon for him to have more, but apparently he approves of it.

Too much of this oil might cause some diarrhea but we didn't have that problem. His stools were getting a little too soft but not diarrhea. So I just cut back and started giving him the oil every other day instead of every day as I had been doing. Winslow has very long fur, so between shedding for the summer and his dry skin, a lot of it does get eaten. I feel better giving him this oil knowing his fur gets passed through his system easier, so he isn't as constipated as he used to be.

This oil has definitely improved his dry skin issue as well. He still has a few flakes every now and then but it isn't the huge chunks of dead skin I used to get when brushing him. His fur feels a bit softer, as well. Nor does he seem to be pulling out his fur as much. I'm hoping with prolonged use, this will improve even more.

I also noticed a definite increase in his energy. Winslow is only a few years old so it's not like he's an old man but he's definitely not a kitten either. I now have to take a few minutes every day to make sure to play with him. I didn't have to do that prior to the oil.

Other things I like about this oil is that it is wild, and not farm raised, fish oil and of course it contains all of the healthy fats such as Omega 3. Of course I love that it's made in the USA. My only concern with this oil is that it's stored in an aluminum container, which of course aluminum has been found to cause many heath issues with humans so I would assume it would be the same for our pets. Regardless, I will recommend this. 

Paw Choice Wild Alaskan Salmon Oil for Dogs and Cats is available on Amazon for $24.95 and ships free with Amazon Prime or orders over $49.

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