Open Flip top and invert bottle to disperse. Measure appropiate volume of COSEQUIN® Omega-3 and pour over your dog's food.
Product Facts - 1 teaspoon (5 mL) contains:
Total Omega-3 Fatty Acids (min) - 1,300 mg
Eicosapentaenoic Acid (EPA) (min) - 680 mg
Docosahexaenoic Acid - 450 mg
Fish oil and mixed tocopherols (a preservatives)
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Easy to use, lacks the fishy smell (which may be a benefit or not, depending on your dog)
Adequate by Marilyn from Amsterdam, NY06/08/2013
Wnted the Dermaquin I had before but it was backordered so long I got this. It is OK but the other was easier to give. Also, please do not send me anymore cosquin as I have more then enough for weeks and weeks. I don't know how I got on the automatic reorder but please remove me. Thanks for everything, I am very happy with Entirely Pets.
Dermaquin by Joe from Cincinnati, OH11/04/2013
I really liked your soft gels which you discontinued. My dog also loved them. I ordered the liquid which I found messy to use and my vet had a gel product which I now use.
Helps her arthritis by Collie Mom from Bonsall, CA08/10/2013
I bought this supplement at the recommendation of my vet. Mollie was continually limping due to arthritis problems in her front ankle area. Although it's a little messy to dispense (wish it came in a capsule instead of liquid), Mollie likes the flavor and rarely limps anymore. Prior to giving her this item, she would typically stand with the sore leg held up. Along with this product, I'm also giving her the Dasuquin with MSM, also purhased from Entirely Pets. They offered the best rate. I will be reordering soon. I have been recommending this combination to my friends whose pets are also having arthritis/joint issues.
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