4.73 rating based on 11 reviews
from Atlanta, GA12/17/2013
only issue is there is no dispenser for the large bottle making it somewhat messy.
Helps with joint discomfort
We mix a teaspoon of Omega-3 Oil for Pets in our dog's dry food, as recommended by our veterinarian. It does seem to aid in our dog's inflammation and joint stiffness.
I have definitely noticed a difference in the coat of my 3 pugs. There skin is less dry, especially my black pug, Rocco.
from 9100' Summit County, Colorado03/07/2014
This is the best fish body oil I've found for my dog. Many "manufacturers" (the fish actually makes it) sell inferior products that are not molecularly distilled. I trust the purity of this product and my dog loves it. Don't try to substitue the human NN Omega-3 because they all are flavored. Omega-3 PET is the only one that is unflavored.
from Ottawa, Canada10/23/2012
Nordic Naturals was recommended by my vet for my aging Airedale. It is easy to measure out and Briggs seems to really like it. The one drawback I find is that it has to be refrigerated after opening, so I am always having to run up to the kitchen to get it or put it away. Briggs is 11 and everyone that sees him can't believe how good he looks and acts for his age. He still has that bounce in his step.
from San Jose, CA01/10/2013
All my 3 dogs are using this product. Our vet recomends it. My 3 dogs seem doing pretty good.
Only thing that helped arthritis
by Ruba's friend
from Denver, CO12/14/2013
Ruba (86 lb Chesapeake Bay Retriever with hip dysplasia and severe arthritis in her knee) had been on glucosamine/chondroitin and dog aspirin for years with little effect. When we added Omega-3 there was a huge change in movement and decreased pain. She's able to go up and down stairs again and seems to recover faster when she has an arthritic flare up in her knee. She's a much happier dog because of this product.
I LOVE THIS
from CHICAGO IL02/23/2013
I LOVE THIS PRODUCT FOR MY DOGS COATS, INFLAMATION AND GENERAL WELL
Only unflavored, molecularly distilled fish oil
from Colorado High Country08/11/2014
This is fish BODY oil, not fish liver oil, and so is much better for your pet. Fish liver oil contains higher concentrations of vitamins your pet doesn't need, and can actually be harmful to your pet. This is the only fish body oil I've found that is molecularly distilled and unflavored. The manufacturer is highly reputable..
My chiropractor (dog) recommended this specific product to help my girl with her knee pain and arthritis. This manufacturer takes quality and sustainability very seriously. She loves the oil on her kibble, and combined with the GlycoFlex, it has her back to her normal rough play with her sister!
It took 3 business days for them to even get the order out the door and I did not receive it in their stated 3-8 business day arrival.
We have been giving this to our arthritic dog for about 6 months, on the advice of our vet. She preferred it to other brands. Can't really say whether it's working or not, but don't want to take the chance by stopping it!
Mixes very well with food. Noticed a difference in the coats...