Tomlyn Omega-3 Fish Oil Supplement is a daily nutritional supplement for dogs and cats that promotes heart and kidney health and function, joint and skin, and ample coat health. Contains EPA and DHA in the natural triglyceride form, which is more bio-available and easily absorbed by your animal.
Directions for Use:
Adult dogs over 20 lbs:
Give one tablet as a treat in the morning and one in the evening. May be crumbled and mixed with wet or dry food.
Cats, Puppies and Adult Dogs under 20 lbs:
Feed as indicated above, but with 1/2 tablet twice daily.
DO NOT FEED TO NURSING PUPPIES OR KITTENS.
Ingredients: Fish oil, gelatin, glycerin, water, di-alpha tocopherol (source of vitamin E), vitamin A palmitate, vitamin D3.
|Guaranteed Analysis:||Small Dog/Cat||Medium Dog||Large Dog|
|Fish Oil Per Capsule, which supplies:||600 mg||1000 mg||2000 mg|
|Crude Fat (Min)||99%||99%||99%|
|Vitamin A (Min)||200 IU||400 IU||400 IU|
|Vitamin D3 (Min)||50 IU||100 IU||100 IU|
|Vitamin E (Min)||2 IU||4 IU||4 IU|
|Eicosapentaenoic Acid (EPA*)||110 mg||180 mg||360 mg|
|Docosahexaenoic Acid (DHA*)||73 mg||120 mg||240 mg|
|* Not recognized as an essential nutrient by the AADCO dog or cat nutrient profiles.|
Using for high cholesterol in female golden retriever
Just started using these about a month ago based on the recommendation of our holistic vet. We have a female golden retriever with slightly elevated cholesterol and our vet said that fish oil should help get her numbers back into the normal range. We still need to wait about a month to retest but our pup likes the capsules and has no problem eating them when they are placed into her food. They are pretty large - maybe because they are for large dogs - maybe the version for smaller dogs is in a smaller capsule? I will repost when we retest her blood and get the results.