What is Welactin®?
Welactin is a specially prepared salmon oil manufactured to maintain a high content of Omega 3 fatty acids in a very tasty form for your dog.
What are Omega 3 fatty acids?
Specific fatty acids known as "Omega 3 fatty acids" are the "good health" fatty acids that you may have read about for human heart health. The two predominant Omega 3 fatty acids are docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) and eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA).
How can Welactin® help my dog?
Omega 3 fatty acids have been shown in veterinary research to perform many functions including helping support a normal heart rhythm. Omega 3 fatty acids help support many other systems in the body too, including kidney function, the immune system, and skin and coat health.
Why should I choose Welactin® over other
fish oil products?
Welactin contains a higher proportion of the Omega 3 fatty acid DHA than do other fish oil products. This is ideal as DHA has a function in many organ systems including the early development of the brain. DHA has been shown to have beneficial effects on brain function, learning and vision. Welactin has far-reaching effects throughout the body and can help your dog "turn back the clock"!
What changes should I expect to see in my dog with Welactin?
While many of Welactin's® important functions are at work inside your dog's body, you may notice an improvement in your dog's activity level, attitude, appetite, alertness, and general appearance.
How do I give Welactin®?
Welactin is a tasty liquid and is easily administered from the flip-top squeeze bottle and accompanying measuring spoon over your pet's food. Please follow the administration instructions, which are based on your dog's weight, found on the label. In most cases, Welactin is administered long-term for continuing benefits.
Are any side effects seen in dogs given Welactin®?
No side effects were observed and no harmful effects on bloodwork were noted when Welactin was administered to dogs in a study.
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