Salmon Oil for dogs and cats Supports your pet at every stage of life
Soft & Shiny Coat
May Help Relieve Allergies
May Promote Heart Health
May Boost Immune System
May Reduce Inﬂammation
May Relieve Dry & Itchy Skin
May Decrease Shedding
Pets thrive on a healthy diet high in omega-3 fatty acids – EPA and DHA. EPA is an anti-inflammatory, reducing inflammation due to arthritis and allergies. DHA supports the central nervous system, brain and retina. Salmon contains high levels of EPA and DHA omega-3 fatty acids. The fatty fish is an excellent choice for dogs from pregnant and nursing dams to older dogs with chronic conditions. Salmon may reduce the risk of cancer, kidney failure and heart disease. The healthy fats nourish your dog’s skin to relieve itching, paw licking and dryness while potentially nurturing a soft, silky coat. It’s easy to supplement your dog’s diet with the benefits of salmon with Iceland Pure Salmon Oil For dogs and cats.
Comes in a Safe Aluminum Bottle
Our bottles are coated with Non BPA Epoxy Resin that once hardened, becomes like glass. Oil will not break down this type of coating, and the coating will not affect the purity of the oil. Our new BRUSHED ALUMINUM bottles will ensure a healthier and safer alternative for our furry friends. We are happy to continue to provide the finest pet products in the industry.
Pharmaceutical Grade Quality
We offer only the highest quality salmon oil available on the market.
GMO Free Ingredients
Our Oils are free from genetically modified material (GMO free) and components.
Unscented - No Fish Smell
More potency without the smell, even though humans can barely smell the scent of Salmon, the dogs go crazy for it. We added more filtration to take out the fishy smell.
Contains No Rosemary Extract
Some fish oil products contain rosemary extract as a preservative. Rosemary oil can cause neurological problems, seizures and anemia. For this reason, NONE of Iceland Pure fish oils contain rosemary extract.
Learn more about the dangers of rosemary extract in pet products here.
Omega 3 Fatty Acids Research
Feeding Directions Cats & Dogs
- Dogs @ Cats up to 35Lb 2 pumps x day = 1 tsp 1,118Mg
Dogs 36Lb to 60Lb 3 pumps x day = 1.5 tsp 1,677Mg
Dogs 61Lb to 100Lb 6 pumps x day = 3 tsp 3,354Mg
Dogs + 101Lb 8 pumps x day = 4 tsp 4,472Mg.
Or as recommended by your Veterinarian
1 pump = 1/2 teaspoon.
You may also consider
Dr. Keith Weingardt recommendation if your furry friend has no issues.
- 1 Teaspoon per 20 pounds of body weight once a day about 1,000mg per 20lb. If there are issues present, the dosage could be increased by doubling the dosage until the issue is resolved.
- Always consult your vet before starting a higher dosage of Omega 3 fatty Acids.
- We recommend to use a measuring spoon in better accuracy is needed.
Guaranteed Analysis per Teaspoon (4,800mg)
- Crude Protein 0%
- Crude Fat 99.9%
- Moisture 0.1%
- Crude Ash 0%
- Total Omega 3 Fatty Acids max* 1,118 mg/tsp
- Eicosapentaenoic Acid max* (EPA) 644 mg
- Docosahexaenoic Acid max *(DHA) 414 mg
- Omega 6 fatty acid’s max* 82 mg
- Vitamin E 1,051ppm
- Ingredients: Atlantic Salmon - farmed Norwegian salmon Mixed Tocopherols (preservative)
Salmon Oil for Dogs and Cats Product Information
More potency without the smell. Even though humans can barely smell the scent of Salmon, the dogs go crazy for it. We added more filtration to take out the fishy smell. Of course housed in our Hexane free brushed aluminum bottle.
FARMED AGAINST WILD, The myth that Wild Alaskan oil suppliers don't want you to know!
Farmed salmon is as healthy as wild due to the fact that once the salmon is processed into oil any toxins (if any) are removed therefore farmed salmon IS AS HEALTHY AND SAFE AS wild salmon. With the biggest difference that we are not over-fishing and destroying the natural salmon environment.
9 calories per 1 gram. 1 Litter (33oz) = 9,000 calories
33oz = 9,000 calories
198 teaspoons in 33oz
9,000 / 198 = 45.45 calories per TSP
We recommend that you use the oil once opened in 90 to 120 days, this doesn't mean that the oil will go bad after such period. The best way to know if the oil is good is by smelling it. If it smells rancid it's time to get a new bottle. If the oil is kept in the fridge, it will last much longer but is not necessary to do so.