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Ratfish liver oil for dogs confers benefits of healthy nerves, skin, bones, teeth and coat.
Photo: For optimal bone growth, organ development and overall health in puppies, you will want to seriously consider this superfood.
Ratfish liver oil for dogs is a spectacular addition to either barf diet ('barf' stands for bones and raw foods) or commercial dry or moist food. I am a strong advocate of a species appropriate raw diet for dogs. However, if necessity dictates that you feed packaged food, it is even more important to add some special foods to your dog's diet.
The very BEST one for your canine companion is made the old-fashioned way by a one-of-a-kind company that refuses to compromise in its production practices.
When it comes to special foods for your pet, you want to really do your research. You see, almost all processes used to extract and 'clean' these foods compromises the nutrients needed for profound healing.
For example, when you see the words 'molecularly distilled,' run away as fast as you can. That product has NOTHING to offer of the real healing it is known for. The special compounds that benefit us and our canine companions have been completely destroyed by this 'cleaning' process
Assuming you choose Ratfish Liver Oil for dogs for your canine best friend, what are the benefits?
Bone structure and soundness depends on excellent utilization of minerals such as calcium, phosphorus, magnesium and boron so essential to skeletal integrity. Vitamin A and Vitamin D as well as many known and unknown compounds in REAL cod liver oil support bone growth in puppies and bone strength in adult dogs.
The wealth of phospholipids, omega 3, 6, 7 and 9 essential fatty acids, EPA and DHA in the best product supports brain and nervous system, eye health as well as supple skin and luscious coat.
**Not only that, but these same compounds support hormonal health and mood as well!
IMPORTANT: Currently, I do not recommend Cod Liver Oil for dogs because there is no product good enough to qualify in my estimation.
The LEAST processed cod-liver oil I know of is on THIS PAGE. However, because of the necessary rosemary extract used to preserve its extraordinary freshness, I would NOT use it for dogs.
I do not any longer recommend the product below. It contains a combination of 'fermented' cod liver oil AND butter oil from the milk of cows fed on new spring grass.
Why do I not recommend it? Because it is inferior to the brand above.
1 - It is not fresh.
2 - It is not fermented because you cannot ferment fats - advertising is misleading. The oil is allowed to spoil. While rotten fish and its oils are traditional foods for some tribes, why take a chance?
3 - It does not taste good.
4 - It has been beneficial to some, made others mildly sick. This is not good enough for me.
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TOTALLY RAW - so rich in antioxidants, it needs NO preservatives!
So mild-tasting and smelling you can use it as a face oil!
So pure, it is well tolerated
by even my most
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