Premium-quality cod-liver oil, a must in any diet.
Cod-liver oil is a naturally rich source of essential fatty acids, EPA and DHA. The oil also contains high concentrations of vitamins A and D. Numerous studies have shown that cod-liver oil is beneficial for the heart, joints, bones, teeth, skin and coat.
Due to its omega-3 fatty acid content and its high vitamin A or D3 content, cod-liver oil is especially valuable for strong bone structure and good physique.
Vitamin D aids the absorption of calcium and phosphorus in the intestine.
Cod-liver oil promotes a beautiful coat and prevents hair loss. Supports the metabolism and promotes growth.
Unlike commercial products, cod-liver oil doesn’t contain any cheap vegetable oil.
Improves coat and skin, e.g. for itching or dandruff.
Due to the high content of omega-3 fatty acids, it also has a positive effect on the metabolism, allergies and inflammatory processes, like joint diseases, for instance.
Omega-3 fatty acids also strengthen the immune system.
Improved cardiac function has also been demonstrated in many studies.
Packaged in a dark glass bottle to protect the nutrients from the damaging effect of light.
Once opened, the oil should be stored in the fridge and used within 8 weeks. Stored in a cool place, the natural ingredients may sink to the bottom and make the oil appear milky or greasy. This doesn’t affect the quality! In a warm environment, the oil will become clear again.
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Available in 90 ml or 500 ml.
Start with 1 to 2 dessert spoons daily for every 10 kg of body weight.
Always mix the oil with food.
Recommended dose example:
Regularly or alternating with other oils, for example.
Dogs up to 20 kg receive a 1/2 teaspoon daily,
Dogs over 20 kg receive 1 teaspoon daily
Dogs over 40 kg receive 2 teaspoons daily
Dogs over 60 kg receive 4 teaspoons daily
The need for polyunsaturated fatty acids depends on size, age and activity level as well as fat content of other foods. It’s important to observe the condition of your dog or cat and adjust the amount given accordingly; if the coat is dull, flaky or tends to clump, you can increase the dose.