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Life Line Wild Alaskan Salmon Oil for Dogs and Cats
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- World's finest quality oil produced using sustainably harvested wild Alaskan Salmon
- Totally dripless flip-top silicon valved dispenser caps
- Reduces excessive shedding, replenishes moisture in animal's skin to prevent flaking
- Natures perfect source of DHA for brain, eye and heart health.
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Top Customer Reviews
Life Line wild salmon oil is 100% natural. According to their website, it is produced from freshly caught, sustainably harvested wild alaskan salmon. Rather than the rosemary extract used as a preservative by most salmon oil producers, natural mixed tocopherols (Vitamin E) are added to maintain freshness in the Life Line brand. This means that the product can also be used for cats (felines don't tolerate rosemary). Each teaspoon of oil provides approximately 1395 mg of total omega-3 fatty acids, including 558 mg of EPA and 651 mg of DHA.
Generally, I've been satisfied with several different brands of salmon oil available from Amazon Prime, but usually prefer the products that are available in the larger-size bottles with a pump dispenser. The pump dispensers make feeding time a breeze...you simply pump the number of "squirts" that are recommended for the weight of your dog(s) directly onto their food.
Unfortunately, that is the only downside to this salmon oil by Life Line. While it does come in a large-size bottle, there is no pump dispenser. Rather than having to use and wash measuring spoons twice a day, I've thoroughly cleaned one of the competitor's salmon oil dispensers and emptied the Life Line bottle contents into it. Since the Life Line bottle includes dosages based on tsp amounts per dog weight, I had to use measuring spoons the first time in order to see how much each squirt of the dispenser was equal to. Now it's easy.Read more ›
It took a while for her to get used to this... she quickly figured out that if she wanted to eat at all, she's have to eat her dry or wet food with a squint of this on/in it. Thankfully she's young and has an appetite, so she got with the program quickly. You probably want to ramp up from a very small amount anyway so their systems get used to it. Anyway, after exactly a month on this, daily, her coat is glossy and there is no sign of dander/dandruff and you can actually pet and cuddle with her without dislodging drifts of hair. It's an improvement for everybody.
The only downside is that we have her on a vet-recommended daily dose of Miralax and after some observation I'm guessing this blocks the effects by creating this oily barrier so water isn't absorbed into the stool like it should be. So if your kitty is on miralax too, I'd administer it and this oil in separate meals.
I also prepare my dogs' food in a food processor. Occasionally tough cuts of meat will jam up a food processor's blade, but I've found that if I toss my meat in the dogs' dose of salmon oil there's very little sticking. It's working out well!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Excellent nutrition to put in your dogs meals daily for bones, shiny coat, allergies, etc.
If you love your dog as much as I love mine, then you'll make this part of the daily... Read more
My dogs (pit bull terrier type mix and Catahoula mix) do great on this oil, extremely soft coats. It's supposed to remain refrigerated, yet is shipped at room temperature without... Read morePublished 8 months ago by iridescentfire
"Sometimes I'm just not in the mood for the same food every single meal. But I know my parents don't have other food for me. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Anthony Tanella
Cats seem to like it OK but the bottle is leaking. Maybe it was defective packaging.Published 19 months ago by Ando