A concentrated blend of liquid fish oil with no added artificial colours or flavours. Available for sale in vet clinics only.
For animal use only
PAW Fish Oil 500: Veterinary Strength is a concentrated blend of liquid fish oil with no added artificial colours or flavours. It contains Blackmores fish oil with omega 3 fatty acids, EPA and DHA, formulated specifically for pets based on standard ratios recommended by the US National Research Council.
Consult your veterinarian about use of fish oils, for Dogs, as adjunctive nutritional management for:
What is Fish Oil?
Fish Oil is derived from marine animals and is a rich source of omega 3 fatty acids.
Omega 3 fats are considered ‘good fats’ and can be found in oily fish such as tuna, salmon, herring, sardines and mackerel, which are common sources of fish oil supplements. Fish oil supplements contain two essential fatty acids: EPA (eicosapentaenoic acid) and DHA (docosahexaenoic acid). EPA and DHA can only be made in a limited capacity in dogs and humans and are even more poorly synthesised in cats. In order to maintain optimal health and wellness for our animal companions, these essential fatty acids must be consumed through diet and/ or supplementation.
READ MORE: How fish oil keeps your dog healthy
All Blackmores fish oils are tested for quality and highly purified. We source from around the world to ensure only the best goes into our bottles.
PAW Fish Oil 500: Veterinary Strength is sold exclusively through Veterinary clinics and can be added directly to your pets’ food. Consult your veterinarian for the appropriate dosage regime for your dog.
PAW Fish Oil 500: Veterinary Strength - Dosage Guide
Contains 500mg/mL EPA+DHA, doses are calculated to Metabolic Body Weight
|Atopy, IBD, Cardiovascular, Idiopathic Hyperlipidaemia
||1 pump every 2nd day
Each measured dose pump of PAW FISH OIL 500: Veterinary Strength delivers 0.5 mL (250mg EPA+DHA). The recommended dosages for fish oil in dogs are based on metabolic body weight, i.e. mg/kg
** These dosages are recommended for dogs; please consult your Veterinarian about correct dosing for other small animal species