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Product Review: Pawsome Naturals Wild Alaskan Salmon Oil

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Nutritional supplements are an important component of care for many dogs.  Whether used for preventing, treating, or curing disease, supplements are a very powerful tool that many pet owners do not realize they have at their disposal.  Here, Pawsome Naturals Wild Alaskan Salmon Oil will be reviewed. Tester:  Lucy Lucy, my 15 year old Cavalier King Charles Spaniel, received Pawsome Naturals Wild Alaskan Salmon Oil with her dinner.  As recommended on the bottle’s label, she received 1 pump of oil each day. Although Lucy is aging, she has great mobility but suffers very badly from skin allergies.  Her tell-tale allergy symptom is a red, watery, gunk-filled right eye that can be very bothersome for her.  She also develops dandruff and is very itchy in the Spring.  We chose for her to receive the fish oil supplement over our Beagle mix in hopes we could clear some of her skin and...
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Product Review: Hanzi Pets Pure Antarctic Krill Oil Soft Chews and Premium Wild Alaskan Salmon Oil

Supplements are an important component of keeping our dogs healthy.  There are many different types of supplements available, all geared towards addressing various concerns such as joint health, skin and coat, gut health, allergies, and general wellness.  Today I will be reviewing two different products, Hanzi Pets Tru-Krill Premium 100% Pure Antarctic Krill Oil Soft Chews and Hanzi Pets Tru-Salmon Premium Wild Alaskan Salmon Oil. Hanzi Pets Hanzi Pets is a company based in Burbank, California that is dedicated to the creation of products that promote health, sustainability, and value for pets (and their owners).  Their line of oceanic pet products addresses many ideals, such as being: Made in the United States in an FDA-inspected facility and are cGMP (current good manufacturing practice) certified. Sustainably sourced, ensuring pet owners do not have to worry about any negative impact their purchases might have on delicate ecosystems or the environment. Human grade,...
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