Tuesday, April 5, 2011

The Omega Oil For animal

A supplement for animals deficient in essential fatty
acids to help maintain a healthy skin and coat.

What are essential fatty acids (EFAs)?

EFAs are the polyunsaturated omega 3 & 6 components
of fat that are essential to normal biological function.
They cannot be synthesised by the body and must
therefore be supplied in the diet. EFA deficiency in
animals is often characterised by poor skin condition
and a dull, coarse or uneven coat.

The Omega Oil contains the following EFAs and
fat-soluble vitamins:
Omega 3 & 6 fatty acids to help maintain a healthy skin
and coat condition.
Vitamin A for vision and maintenance of skin tissue.
Vitamin D3 for bone growth and absorption of calcium.
Vitamin E which is an antioxidant and helps maintain
cell membranes.

0.5mL per kg of body weight applied daily to food
for 2 weeks, thereafter every second day. The highly
palatable oil is readily accepted by most animals.