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Grizzly Salmon Oil

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Based on 3 reviews

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Features

This product is temporarily out of stock. Our Pollock Oil and Koda OmegaLife are currently available.

  • Tested by the National Food Laboratory, Inc.
  • Mercury level is below the MDL (0.020 ppm)
  • Dogs and cats love it's addictive taste
  • Easy-to-use dispenser bottles
  • See skin and coat results in 2-4 weeks
  • Improves Omega-3/6 balance
  • Provides effective EPA & DHA
  • From wild salmon, not farmed resulting in higher Omega 3 levels
Description

Dogs that will spit a gel cap out will love this salmon oil. It's an excellent all-natural source of Omega3 and Omega 6. It's easier than capsules for a puppy to swallow.

Freezing of salmon oil is not recommended. Salmon oil should be used within 4-5 months of opening a bottle if left unrefrigerated, 8 to 9 months when refridgerated. An unopened bottle has an 18 month shelf life.

Grizzly salmon oil does not contain measurable amounts of heavy metals. Grizzly Salmon oil is tested by The National Food Laboratory, Inc. The mercury level is below the MDL (Method Detection Limit), which is 0.020 ppm. That means that the level is so low, that it cannot be measured. Grizzly Salmon Oil is also tested for PCB's and related chemicals, none of them can be detected.

Grizzly Salmon Oil

Doctor Recommendations

Dr. Jessica Levy (of Bowl Games) recommends to "switch it up." Rotate fish oil supplements such as Salmon Oil, Pollock Oil, and another option offered here at Leerburg, KODA OmegaLife.

Serving Instructions

Add to dog's food daily and use on a long-term basis for best results.

Body WeightPump Strokes
Up to 12.5 lbs1/2
12.5 - 25 lbs1
25 - 50 lbs2
50 - 75 lbs3
Over 75 lbs4

Nutrition

Is your salmon oil really wild, or just "branded wild"? Check the numbers on your bottle (either listed as milligrams [mg] per teaspoon, or as a percentage):

Chart of omega in farmed and wild salmon

Omega-3 content is like a fingerprint that uniquely discloses the orgin of any salmon oil. Farmed salmon diets include up to 15% vegetable oil, which significantly lowers the Omega-3 content in farmed salmon oil. 40% more is needed to achieve the same results as wild salmon oil.

Note

Supplements cannot be shipped to Japan.

Reviews
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My bf and I rescued a long haired GSD. He came to use with dry skin and a brittle coat. When our groomer bathed him she raked out tons of hair, knots, and dirt. His coat was much better but the dandruff and dry skin remained. We moved him to a raw food diet and incorporated salmon oil and his coat is AMAZING!!!!! It took about 2-3 weeks before we really started to see a difference but it's shiny, silky soft and dandruff free.

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Hello,

I just wanted to tell you I just purchased some Grizzly salmon oil from amazon. I thought I would try ordering it there, since I had an order going in for something else from them anyway. WHAT A MISTAKE, I will never buy it from anyone but Leerburg again. The oil I got was in a similar (exactly the same bottle but newer lettering on stickers) container but the OIL had stained the outside of the top and side with YELLOW, STICKY stains. Since when was oil sticky?? The oil inside was THIN, YELLOW and smelled of linseed oil, NOT salmon oil I know because I have been using your oil for awhile. And it is good. I hope it was a 'fake' and the original Grizzly oil is okay. I just put a bottle of Grizzly Salmon oil in my Leerburg cart to purchase this week, when I finish finding all the good things on your site, that I want to buy. Just thought you should know. 'Caveat emptor' Ain't it so true? I will always stay with leerburg from now on.

-Susan

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Hi
I have two GSDs. My 11 month old GSD loves it and has done wonders to his coat. Smooth as silk. Unfortunately my 18 month old GSD is allergic to it. When I gave it for the first time there was no allergic reaction. After couple of days he developed rashes all over the body. I could not diagnose as to what was causing that reaction. The vet said bacterial infection and prescribed cephalexin. It did not work out. The he said fungal and gave fluconazole tablets and there was no result. He then said FAD. I tried all spoton's even got Sentinel from Australia and there was no result. He said Mange and gave him ivermection inj and I applied amitraz dip after bathing him with benzoyl peroxide. Poor guy developed dry and itchy coat. He then said hypothyroidism and took blood. Strangely after results came he asked me do u want to start supplement. Well I said to myself that this vet is screwing up my dog and refused the thyroid supplement.

I started doing my home work and changed his diet completely. Astonishingly all the rashes vanished. I diagnosed it as food allergy. But could not come to conclusion as what was causing the allergic reaction. So I added the dry food for few days but there was no reaction. So stopped it. Added chicken there was no reaction so stopped it. Finally added salmon oil and guess what he developed reaction immediately. The culprit was caught! Now he does not get salmon oil and is doing good on beef and rice.

You guys are a big lovers of raw diet. But I stay in India, which is a tropical country and where domestic flies are rampant. So I have some reservations on raw diet. Most of the chickens are dead even before they are slaughtered. The butcher's shop is unhygienic. So I have no other option but to feed him beef and rice.

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