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How many total milligrams of omega 3 Fatty acid, EPA and DHA are ther in a tablespoon (15 ml) of your Wild Alaskan Salmon Oil for dogs?
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Where is NaturVet Omega Gold Plus Salmon Oil made?
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my adult chiwawa has very bad scab spots with hair loss probably excema, what should I do to heal and stop this from happening again
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Am I able to give this to my dog daily?
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I'm looking for a really good product for my dog's really itchy skin! He's going crazy! I feel so sorry for him!!!
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are there any new shampoos out for sensitive skin?
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my adult chiwawa has very bad scab spots with hair loss probably excema, what should I do to heal and stop this from happening again
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Wild Alaskan Wild Alaskan Salmon Oil

Relieves dry and itchy skinHelps boost a healthy immune systemFosters a bright and lustrous coatSupports cardiovascular healthContains only pure natural salmon oil
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is there a fishy smell to the Salmon oil suppliment?

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No fishy smell detected by us but the cats much surely smell it. They eat anything (dry or wet) that we add drops or squirts.
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No fishy smell. A few squirts (depending on the size/weight of your dog) over the food and that's it. The dog loves it and his coat is unbelievably beautiful since using it. Highly recommend it.
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yes. your dog's breath will smell a little fishy right after eating.
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Wild Alaskan Salmon Oil has the scent of the ocean or fresh-cut wild salmon.
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will this work for puppies

i have two APBT that are hooked to puppy gold and diamond puppy but the people i bought them from had a flea infested yard.. the pups dont have fleas anymore but they still sratch like they do...will i be able to mix in the salmon oil with puppy gold and diamond puppy food
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Yes, mix double the amount recommended into their food on a daily basis. When the scratching & itching subsides, you can return to the recommended amount or you may want to stay at the higher amount. It can't possibly harm them but it sure can help.
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I don't know about puppy gold or diamond puppy, but I do put this salmon oil in with our dogs food every morning and they LOVE it!!! Cocker spaniels are known to have skin conditions so this is to help keep their skins in good condition.
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I need to know how to store the Wild Alaskan Salmon Fish Oil for Dogs~ Does it need to be refrigerated in between use?

Will this product help my dogs joints, heart and allergies?
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I store at room temperature and have had no issues with this. We go thru a bottle in a couple of months so if it were a problem - we'd know.
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It can be store at room temperature or refrigerator. I will recommend other supplements if it's not for skin&coat. There are many types of supplements in petco.
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Am I able to give this to my dog daily?

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yes, we put it on our dogs food every morning.
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Yes, the recommended dosage is to be given to your pet once per day.
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how much daily for 100+ lb. dogs

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The recommended number of pumps to use for 100+ lb. dogs is 5 pumps per day.
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Is this oil tested for mercury? If so, what is the mercury content?

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We regularly test our wild salmon oil for heavy metals and PCBs as required by FDA and NASC regulations. In all the years of producing our own oil in Alaska, we have not seen any analysis with measurable contents of mercury, cadmium or lead. The PCBs can be detected by the most sophisticated lab methods only, and then in extremely low amounts, way less than allowable in human foods. Using only wild caught salmon from Alaska makes testing a little bit of a formality; unlike farmed salmon oils, which usually have measurable amounts of everything.
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How many total milligrams of omega 3 Fatty acid, EPA and DHA are ther in a tablespoon (15 ml) of your Wild Alaskan Salmon Oil for dogs?

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The amount of EPA and DHA in one pump of our Wild Alaskan Salmon Oil depends on the size of the bottle. Here is a list of the amount of EPA and DHA per pump for each bottle size:

4oz = 205mg DHA, 185mg EPA; 8oz = 205mg DHA, 185mg EPA;
16oz = 355mg DHA, 320mg EPA;
32oz = 355mg DHA, 320mg EPA;
64oz = 355mg DHA, 320mg EPA. One pump is equal to 2mL for the 4oz bottles and 8oz bottles. One pump is equal to 3.5mL for the 16oz, 32oz, and 64oz bottles.
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How does the product remain fresh?

I'm wondering how the oil remains fresh. How is it not rancid by the time a customer purchases?
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Hi, the Wild Alaskan Salmon Oil is kept in air-tight bottles in order to prevent rancidity.
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I need a large container of the salmon oil, can I buy the one listed for Dogs & use on cats? The ingredients are the same.

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Hi, yes you can use the salmon oil labeled for dogs for your cats - the oil is the same, but don’t show the label to your cat!
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