OMAX3: Omega 3 Fish Oil for Dogs
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OMAX3: Omega 3 Fish Oil for Dogs developed for dogs that help with joint comfort, heart health, skin and coat, healthy aging and vitality. OMAX3 has a natural bacon flavor that dogs will love! Who doesn’t love bacon? OMAX3 is Non-GMO, No-Gluten, No-Soy, Kosher, 750 mg of Omega-3 fatty acids from sustainable, wild-caught anchovies and sardines in every soft gel!
My parents own 2 Scottish Terriers, Bonnie and Duff. Both dogs are about 6 years old and have a whole bunch of personality between the 2 of them. Bonnie is the smaller of the 2 and seems like she is having a wee bit more difficulty getting up and moving then she used to. We have given her OMAX3 for about a week and a half, and my parents and I have been able to tell the difference in her.
She gets up without her usual grunts and groans, runs more, and seems to be more active. Having the gels being bacon flavored, Fat Chick (that’s her nickname because she EATS anything!!) gobbles it down. This is Miss Bonnie waiting for her “treat”! Beautiful, isn’t she?
Like with anything, you have to read the package to make sure you’re giving your precious pet the right dosage. OMAX3 has a weight requirement for what they consider a medium dog. We have to mix half the gel cap contents with a piece of cheese or in some food so they wouldn’t get an upset belly. Cheese works great, come to find out, and they love it. Duff will try to eat your hand off just to have it. Mom gives them their gel every morning before breakfast.
Overall, my parents are happy with the results and Bonnie, and Duff’s fur coat is super shiny. Bonnie doesn’t seem so stiff in the mornings or after her beauty naps since she has taken OMAX3. Mom told me that they teamed up together to grab a vole that made its nesting hole in the wrong place. Dirt dobbers and part cats, they both decided to gift my mom a “present.”
We have only had OMAX3 about a week and a half, and so far we’re happy with the results that it has had in both dogs coat’s and Bonnie’s arthritis. Our Veterinarian said he had good results with dogs taking an Omega 3 supplements. As time progresses, my parents and I look forward to seeing how our 2 Scotties feel and act taking OMAX.
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