Up until I lost my twelve year old companion German Shepherd I used fish oil for her coat and joints. She had arthritis and her coat had gotten dull, bad eye sight... so I bought some fish oil (omega3 fatty acids) and I couldn't believe the difference in her. I'm very impressed with how it helped her. Her coat turned back to the same colors it had been when she was a pup, she ate more, even her eye sight seemed to improve. Just thinking of Susie makes me want to cry. She's only been gone for six months.
I am posting this message for those of you who have an older dog. Making their last years comfortable is important. The effects of omega3 have been studied on humans and giving it to your pet is just asbeneficial. If you do use it, make sure that you don't leave any leftover food sitting in the bowl, discard it after your pet is done eating to avoid food poisoning. It is fish oil and feeding your pet outside or in the porch might help if you don't like the smell. I do know that it helped my Susie have some healthier and more energetic days with less arthritic pain. I met the Man that produced this product (http://www.lazers.biz /) specifically for he and his wife's pet, Lazer, a beautiful Greyhound Rescue.

I saw the before and after effects of this oil and that dog went from being starved, neglected and abused to being a beautiful, trusting and Very Healthy dog. I truly believe in what that oil did for my Susie and I am thankful for having met Gordon, Lois and Lazer. What they have done for the love of their dog is awesome.
I'm sure that Ex-racing Greyhound, Lazer is quite thankful too!
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Up until I lost my twelve year old companion German Shepherd I used fish oil for her coat and joints. ... difference in her. I'm very impressed with how it helped her. I met the Man that produced this product (http://www.losers.biz /)

Golly gee whiz, someone else has discovered omega 3 fatty acids!!!

You can buy fish oil capsules in any reputable health food store; they are much more convenient than the bottles of oil sold on the web site. (ok, I munged the name).
Not to mention that they'd prefer to attract dealers, as opposed to customers.
For human consumption, some folks recommend that you buy fish oil made from the bodies of small fish like anchovies and sardines, since they don't have the higher concentrations of heavy metals that are found in some large fish. I do the same for my dogs.

You could also just feed the dogs sardines, anchovies, tuna, salmon... just watch for added salt, since some commercial versions of these fish products do add salt.
I get so tired of ads on newsgroups.
FurPaw

"Every gun that is made, every warship launched,
every rocket fired, signifies in the final sense
a theft from those who hunger and are not fed,
those who are cold and are not clothed."
- Dwight D. Eisenhower
To reply, unleash the dog.
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Golly gee whiz, someone else has discovered omega 3 fatty acids!!! You can buy fish oil capsules in any reputable ... since some commercial versions of these fish products do add salt. I get so tired of ads on newsgroups. FurPaw

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Furpaw

"Every gun that is made, every warship launched,
every rocket fired, signifies in the final sense
a theft from those who hunger and are not fed,
those who are cold and are not clothed."
- Dwight D. Eisenhower
To reply, unleash the dog.
Up until I lost my twelve year old companion German Shepherd I used fish oil for her coat and joints. ... have done for the love of their dog is awesome. I'm sure that Ex-racing Greyhound, Lazer is quite thankful too!

I doubt it; dogs generally don't think that way. Who starved, neglected and abused him, by the way?
Mustang Sally
You can buy fish oil capsules in any reputable health food store; they are much more convenient than the bottles of oil sold on the web site. (ok, I munged the name).

I buy by the bottle (but not from people who advertise to Usenet, obviously). It works better and costs less when you've got a mess of dogs. Your point about avoiding salmon and other large fish is a good one. There's a musher up at Tug Hill who sells menhaden oil in bulk (he also sells biodiesel - hmmm), but I've been buying off the web.
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Up until I lost my twelve year old companion German ... I'm sure that Ex-racing Greyhound, Lazer is quite thankful too!

I doubt it; dogs generally don't think that way. Who starved, neglected and abused him, by the way? Mustang Sally

That dog is an ex racer. Do some research on Greyhounds and racetracks!
Up until I lost my twelve year old companion German ... her. I met the Man that produced this product (http://www.losers.biz /)

Golly gee whiz, someone else has discovered omega 3 fatty acids!!! You can buy fish oil capsules in any reputable ... are not fed, those who are cold and are not clothed." - Dwight D. Eisenhower To reply, unleash the dog.

I was posting about my pet and my experiences with this specific oil Some people are judgmental hypocrites! I don't own the site and the people that own that site don't know that I even posted that message.
Up until I lost my twelve year old companion German ... I'm sure that Ex-racing Greyhound, Lazer is quite thankful too!

I doubt it; dogs generally don't think that way. Who starved, neglected and abused him, by the way? Mustang Sally

Have you ever raised an abused animal that you rescued???
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