Salmon oil is a natural source of high quality omega-3 (EPA, DHA and ALA) fatty acids and thus promotes the health and vitality of the animal. It offers optimal care, has a multitude of positive properties and therefore ensures a positive and balanced diet.
- shiny and healthy coat
- promotes metabolism
- has a preventive effect on heart disease
- positive for the brain
Tip: You can make the salmon oil more durable with our product vitamin E drops. Salmon oil should best be used within 4 weeks of opening. With the antioxidant vitamin E, it lasts significantly longer! (Definitely 2 months longer)
Cold-pressed salmon oil in premium quality.
- Saturated fatty acids: 10%
- Oleic acid (monounsaturated fatty acid; omega-9): 12.0%
- Linoleic acid (double unsaturated; Omega-6): 58.0%
- Alpha-linolenic acid (triple unsaturated; omega-3): 18.0%
- Gamma-linolenic acid (triple unsaturated; omega-6): 1.5 - 6%
- EPA (eicosapentaenoic acid): 14.0%
- DHA (docosahexaenoic acid): 12.0%
01/25/2020: Improvement of the recommendation in puppy nutrition :
The table below shows the amounts for an adult dog. Puppies get more food in relation to the adult dog and therefore also need more omega-3 fatty acids in order to better maintain the ratio of omega-6 to omega-3: 1ml per 100g of food. As an example: 4 months and weighing 10kg, a puppy needs a 600g daily ration at 6%. So 6ml salmon oil. With the teaspoons used today, about 3ml fit. So in this case it would be 2 teaspoons instead of just one, as listed in the table for 10kg KG. One tablespoon is 10ml. You can also get a disposable syringe from the pharmacy and take a closer look at how much the amount you need is on a spoon