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Grizzly Wild Alaskan Salmon Oil Cat 4 OZ

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Grizzly Wild Alaskan Salmon Oil for Cats

The most complete source of natural Omega-3 fatty acids comes from wild Alaskan salmonWild, natural salmon oil

Grizzly Salmon Oil™ is derived only from wild Alaskan Salmon that have spent their entire lives foraging on a natural, nutrient-rich diet. The resulting oil contains a balanced blend of valuable fatty acids, inherent antioxidants, and vitamins that naturally occur in the salmon, which will not interfere with your pet’s intake of vitamins from other sources.

The right Omega-3 fatty acids are from fish

Grizzly Salmon Oil supplies a daily supplement rich in EPA and DHA – the right Omega-3 fatty acids. Your pet’s metabolism uses these nutrients immediately without any prior conversion. Plant-based omega-3 fatty acids, such as those found in flax seed, must be converted by your dog’s or cat’s body prior to use—an inefficient process that may result in as little as 5 % – 15 % of the fatty acids being actually metabolized.

Human-Grade Source = Sustainable Solution

Grizzly Salmon Oil is a sustainable Omega-3 solution: no fish is caught for the purpose of making oil. Instead, our Omega-3 oils are a co-product of the production of high quality seafood products for humans. This enables more of the fish to be utilized in a better way… for the benefit of our pets.

Gently extracted, wild Alaskan salmon oil delivers the right Omega- 3 fatty acids, known as EPA and DHA. These are the only Omega- 3 fatty acids that are readily accessible for your dog’s or cat’s metabolism.

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