Healthy Hounds OmegaWild is a low odour wild fish oil produced from sustainable wild caught Herring, Mackerel, Anchovies and Sardines using dolphin friendly methods, from the pristine waters of the North Atlantic.
Containing high amounts of EPA (eicosapentaenoic acid) and DHA (docosahexaenoic acid), this really is the ultimate fish oil for your pet. Particularly good for pets with stiff joints.
Healthy Hounds OmegaWild is a low odour Wild Fish Oil produced from sustainable wild caught Herring, Mackerel, Anchovies and Sardines from the pristine waters of the North Atlantic. This super potent fish oil is distilled at low temperatures, using the most up to date methods, keeping the Omega fatty acids at their highest levels.
We’ve added extra Vitamin E (natural D-Alpha tocopherol) to OmegaWild, as it’s not only fantastic for the skin, and a powerful antioxidant but is essential for the uptake of Omega 3 in your dog’s body.
This super premium grade oil has a higher level of EPA and DHA fatty acids per 5ml than salmon oil, so less may be fed, or it may provide extra benefits for dogs with skin, coat or particularly joint problems/Arthritis when fed in the same doses.
Each batch of Omegawild is traceable, and independently tested for purity and quality, and exceeds all GB and EU regulations.
Omegawild is sustainably caught and dolphin friendly.
* Healthy, shiny and soft coat with less shedding.
* Dry, itchy skin and dander, and keeping skin healthy
* Superior joint support, especially for conditions such as arthritis and dysplasia
* Heart health
* Cognitive health and brain development
* Immune support
* General all round health
Add to your pet’s food
Recommended daily amount
1-10kg 2.5ml/1/2 pump/1/2 tsp per day
10-20kg 5ml / 1 pump / 1 tsp per day
20-30kg 7.5ml / 1 1/2 pumps / 1 1/2 tsp per day
30-40kg 10ml / 2 pumps / 2 tsp per day
40kg + 15ml / 3 pumps / 3 tsp per day
If your pet has not used Omegawild before please add gradually to the diet over 1 week.
If you have any questions, please contact us, or if your pet is on medication and you have any queries, please contact your vet before use.