Omega 3 supplements

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We have recently received an OA diagnosis with a vet recommendation to change our current joint supplement when it runs out. As I have a large tub to get through can anyone please recommend an omega 3 supplement that could be introduced in the meanwhile. I have compared active ingredients of both products and it’s the omega 3 element that I am presently missing. Thank you

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Thank you everyone for your helpful responses, my vet was still keen for me to incorporate the krill oil (or Dexahan as is known in Synoquin) so I am currently trying out Dr Mercola krill oil pump, but very happy to have alternative/recommendations for future reference. I am hoping to move onto Yumove advanced as we have been using yumove working dog, and I find the manufacturer very helpful in terms of providing product information.

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The suggested supplements do contain good amounts of Omega 3.

I also like Kruuse Vitalchews joint and mobility support – good amounts of Omega 3 and also Undenatured Type II collagen, and sustainably sourced from a clean environment.

Warm wishes,

Shona

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Hi Bontin,

I believe Yumove Advanced 360 has the highest concentration of Omega 3 on the market but it also contains the traditional other ingredients. It is only available through your vet. Another really good one is Nutraquin+ but again only available through your vet and not every vet will stock it.

Hope that helps.

N

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Also just refreshed my reading of the following useful cam conversation

CAM conversation WITH CAM Shona Fernyhough ABOUT Omega 3, ASU and UC-II Supplements

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