As long as it’s cooked and not eaten raw, salmon can be quite beneficial for your dog. While fish is usually common in cat diets, it is a natural food eaten by their wolf ancestors, and contains omega 3 and omega 6 fatty acids which help reduce the risk of heart disease, alleviate symptoms of depression, and help with joint pain from arthritis.
As people who have heart disease or are at risk of heart disease can benefit from omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids, so can dogs. While our blog’s mascot is a Cavalier King Charles Spaniel, these tips apply for any breed.
A salmon diet and/or a cold-pressed salmon oil supplement to your dog’s diet can not only give your dog a shinier coat and make him/her happier, help prevent many health complications later in his life keeping him healthy and active for years to come.
kronchusa.com makes great salmon oil supplements and products for dogs. They manufacture heir products in Denmark and not under poor labor conditions and in harsh heat environments, so you never have to worry about your pet falling ill due to disease, spoiled meat, or anything else. They are also baked (not raw) and guaranteed to be safe for your pet.
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