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Zesty Paw Omega-3 Soft Chews Fish Oil with EPA & DHA plus Vitamin C for Dogs Chicken -- 90 Soft Chews


Zesty Paw Omega-3 Soft Chews Fish Oil with EPA & DHA plus Vitamin C for Dogs Chicken
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Zesty Paw Omega-3 Soft Chews Fish Oil with EPA & DHA plus Vitamin C for Dogs Chicken Description

  • Core Elements
  • Skin Health • Fish Oil, EPA & DHA, & Vitamin C
  • Moisture
  • Free Radical Aid
  • Quality AlaskOmega®
  • No Artificial Flavors or Preservatives
  • No Synthetic Colors
  • Made in USA from US and Globally Sourced Ingredients

Zesty Paws Omega Bites are chewable supplements with AlaskOmega and a blend of beneficial ingredients that provide skin, coat, and joint support.


Directions

Suggested Use

 

Weight (Lbs) Daily Amount
Up to 25 1 Chew
26 to 76 2 Chews
Over 75 3 Chews

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.


Supplement Facts
Serving Size: 1 Soft Chew
Servings per Container: 90
Amount Per Serving% Daily Value
Calories21
Total Fat1 g
Saturated Fat413 mg
Omega-3210 mg
EPA63 mg
DHA43 mg
Omega-6106 mg
Omega-9203 mg
Pollock Oil (AlaskOmega)250 mg
Ascorbic Acid (Vitamin C)23 mg
Vitamin E (d-alpha tocopherols)20 IU
Zinc1 mg
Biotin2 mcg
Other Ingredients: Palm fruit oil, pea flour, garbanzo flour, faxseed meal, algae, natural chicken flavoring, sunflower lecithin, cod liver oil, coconut glycerin, sorbic acid (natural preservative), powdered cellulose.
Warnings

For canine use only do not exceed the recommended dose.  In the case of accidental overdose, contact a health professional discontinue use immediately if new or worse symptoms appear.

The product packaging you receive may contain additional details or may differ from what is shown on our website. We recommend that you reference the complete information included with your product before consumption and do not rely solely on the details shown on this page. For more information, please see our full disclaimer.
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12 Tips for Helping Pets With Seasonal Allergies

Springtime is a perfect time to head outdoors. Unfortunately, it’s also a purr-fect time for your dog’s or cat’s allergies to flare up. Just as their human parents are susceptible to seasonal allergies, Max the dog and Molly the cat may find themselves with infections, itchy skin and other symptoms due to springtime allergens.   Happy White Dog Running in Grass to Represent Concept of Seasonal Allergy Relief for Pets | Vitacost.com/blog So, what can you do to put your pet out of his or her allergy misery? We’ve collected advice from the American Kennel Club, pet insurance provider Trupanion, Tufts University’s veterinary school, Dogwood Veterinary Hospital & Pet Resort, the Whole Dog Journal, the Drake Center for Veterinary Care and Dr. Sara Skiwski, a holistic and integrative veterinarian.

Seasonal Allergy Relief for Pets

1. Limit time outside

One of the easiest ways to keep your pet allergy-free is to keep them away from allergens. This may mean spending more time inside to avoid run-ins with environmental triggers of your pet’s allergies. This can help avoid allergy symptoms like itchiness, ear infections, skin infections, skin redness and inflamed eyes.

2. Do some spring cleaning

Your pet may be tracking allergens into your house from outdoors. To keep those allergens in check, regularly sweep and vacuum your home, and frequently wash bedding and blankets.

3. Practice fur care and foot care

To help ensure your pet’s fur remains pollen-free, give them a bath after they’ve romped outdoors. Use a shampoo that gently cleans the coat, paws and inside of the ears without irritation. If there’s not enough time for a full bath, quickly soak the paws to help remove at least some allergens. An alternative to a bath or a soak: Wipe down the fur and paws with a damp cloth. You could go a step further by initially spraying the fur and paws with a bottle containing witch hazel, and then wiping the fur and paws with a cloth.

4. Purify the air

Installing an air purifier equipped with a HEPA filter can reduce airborne allergens (such as pollen) in your home. You also might look into a HEPA vacuum for cleaning your rugs, carpeting and furniture.

5. Fight off fleas

Fleas are active in warm weather, including the springtime, and can be a source of allergy symptoms. Consider using flea control products to reduce the number of flea bites that your dog or cat may suffer.

6. Ask about prescription medication

Anti-inflammatory drugs (such as steroids) prescribed by your veterinarian may be a treatment option. You also might inquire about immunotherapy or topical steroids. If your pet is suffering from allergy-related infections, you may want to check out treatment with antibiotics.

7. Feed your pet an anti-inflammatory diet

A high-carbohydrate diet can cause or worsen inflammation that accompanies allergies. However, a diet low in carbs, particularly grains, and low in processed foods can decrease inflammation.

8. Investigate raw local honey

Raw local honey may help combat your pet’s environmental allergies. The “raw” aspect is important, because it means the honey is unpasteurized and unprocessed, thereby locking in all the good stuff. The “local” aspect is vital, too, as locally produced honey contains small amounts of pollen from your area. This helps boost your pet’s allergy-battling immune system.

9. Turn over a new (nettle) leaf

For centuries, the stinging nettle leaf has been a popular remedy for symptoms of seasonal allergies. Some research has shown that it reduces inflammation, decrease itching and improve immunity. Herbal pet supplements may include stinging nettle as an ingredient.

10. Consider quercetin

A supplement with quercetin, a bioflavonoid, can combat allergy symptoms like itching, scratching and redness. Many pet parents turn to quercetin as a natural antihistamine.

11. Bump up the intake of omega-3 fatty acids

Products (such as supplements) that are rich in omega-3 fatty acids may ease allergy a pet’s symptoms like itching and scratching. These fatty acids provide anti-inflammatory benefits.

12. Look into coconut oil

Topical use of coconut oil, a natural moisturizer, may soothe your pet’s dry, itchy, irritated skin. In addition, a fatty acid in coconut oil known as lauric acid may offer anti-inflammatory, anti-fungal and anti-bacterial properties. Chat with your veterinarian before trying coconut oil as an oral therapy, as it may produce side effects like diarrhea. These statements have not been approved by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent disease.

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