[New Product] Nutramax Welactin Omega 3 Canine and Feline

Nutramax Welactin Omega 3 Canine Feline

Inflammation is a prime contributor to many conditions our pets may suffer from, including allergies, arthritis, or diseases of the kidneys, brain, and heart. The good news is that one simple, all-natural supplement can combat all of these conditions at once! Nutramax Welactin Omega 3 liquid or softgel capsules help reduce inflammation in both cats and dogs, leading to healthier skin and coat while promoting overall wellness in cats and dogs.

What are Omega 3 fatty acids?

Omega 3 fatty acids are comprised of chains of carbon molecules that are essential to good health in both people and pets. The three most important Omega 3 fatty acids are Alpha Linoleic Acid (ALA), Eicosapentaenoic Acid (EPA), and Docosahexaenoic Acid (DHA). Fatty acids are considered ‘essential’ when they are not manufactured naturally by the body and must be supplemented by a food source. Some food sources that are high in Omega 3 fatty acids include:

  • Fish such as mackerel, herring, tuna, salmon, and sardines
  • Nuts and seeds including black walnuts, flaxseed, chia seeds, and hemp seeds
  • Some cruciferous and dark green vegetables including Brussels sprouts, broccoli, cauliflower, spinach, and kale

The easiest and most effective form of Omega 3 fatty acids for pets is high-potency fish oil from cold water fish. This concentrated form of Omega 3 is naturally appealing to both cats and dogs. It can be used as an ingredient in pet food and/or mixed with food as a supplement on a daily basis.

Why do dogs and cats need Omega 3 fatty acids?

As mentioned above, Omega 3 fatty acids can’t be produced by your pet’s body naturally and must be acquired through a food source. Omega 3 supplementation for pets has long been a favorite topic for pet care professionals and veterinarians. The benefits of giving your pet Omega 3 fatty acids can be seen and felt, as both cats and dogs will experience a softer, more luminous coat with fewer skin problems such as itching, irritation, redness and hot spots. Omega 3 supplementation also reduces inflammation caused by skin allergies from flea bites, topical contact with allergens, and food allergies.

The benefits of Omega 3 fatty acids for pets are not just skin deep. This reduction in inflammation extends throughout the entire body, promoting overall wellness. Many diseases of the vital organs stem from chronic inflammation. Arthritis (inflammation of the joints), cardiac disease, liver disease and kidney disease may all be helped by Omega 3 supplementation.

Lifelong Omega 3 supplementation for cats and dogs can help prevent inflammation-related diseases later in life. However, senior pets who haven’t been given Omega 3 fatty acids in the past can also benefit. Older pets being given Omega 3 supplements for the first time may see improvement in neurological and brain function, as well as all of the benefits mentioned above. Those who’ve slowed down due to arthritis and joint problems may experience improved mobility and exercise tolerance. Pet parents with senior pets that are being given NSAIDs (non-steroidal anti-inflammatory medications) should consult with a veterinarian prior to starting Omega 3 supplementation, as it may decrease blood clotting.

Nutramax Welactin Omega 3 promotes overall wellness from core to coat

Welactin Omega 3 Canine FelineThe damage that inflammation does to vital organs like the heart, liver, brain, and kidneys is often preventable. Protect your pet against the ravages of inflammation with Nutramax Welactin Omega 3 Canine or Nutramax Welactin Omega 3 Feline. Supplementing your pet’s diet with this high-potency fish oil-sourced Omega 3 formulation is the perfect defense against diseases stemming from elevated inflammation.

Both Nutramax Welactin Omega 3 Canine and Nutramax Welactin Omega 3 Feline are available as either liquid or softgel capsules, making it easy to choose the form that is best for your pet. Give to your dog or cat each day either directly by mouth or mixed with your pet’s daily meal for a glowing coat and overall good health.

If fishy dog breath is a concern, try Nutramax Welactin Omega 3 Canine Softgel capsules, which contain natural peppermint for fresher breath. No matter which form you choose, you can be sure you are giving your pet a high-potency Omega 3 supplement derived from quality fish oil to support the immune system while reducing inflammation. Add Nutramax Welactin Omega 3 to your pet’s wellness regimen for a silky, pettable coat and a healthy, active life at any age.

 

 

 

Win FREE Nutramax Welactin Omega 3!

Does your dog or cat need Nutramax Welactin Omega 3? Just leave a comment below and you could win FREE Nutramax Welactin Omega 3 from 1800PetMeds!

Two winners will be chosen at random on Tuesday, November 7, 2017, so everyone who participates has a chance to win! (Limited to residents of the U.S.) Good luck!

Congrats to the drawing winners, Dianne H and Carolyn R. We’ll send you an email about claiming your prize. 

 

 

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147 Comments

  1. I would love to win these. My boxers immune system drops sometimes and get demodex mange. This will definitely help boost her up 🙂 #Pawscrossed Good luck to everyone who enters

  2. Dakota is my Aussie and she is a working dog on our farm, so she is outside most of the time and she has been scratching a lot resently . Sometimes I feel so sorry for her, it’s like she can’t stop:( I’ve tried oatmeal bath and it does not work. It is just way way too hard to keep her clean. I would love to try your product.🐶

  3. Sydney is very itchy and nothing has helped. I’d love to try this line of products

  4. My poor Amelia is constantly itching and licking! Also gets really red on her tummy, armpits, and neck. I’ve tried so many things with little to no luck! It would be a lifesaver if this stuff can help her!

  5. My baby Ruby would really benefit from these , she is part Wippet and sheds a lot , I adopted her from a kill pen in Aruba . So she is use to a warmer winter the here in Wisconsin .

  6. This would be great to try to see if it would help the oldest of my three dogs.

  7. My pit bull terrier has seizures and is taking phenobarbital to help with these seizures. I cook steak and broccoli for her daily with no carbs to help her itchy skin condition but this hasn’t helped. She has yeast and entire body itches so after reading this new product that will help with inflammation and itchiness for her skin I would love to be selected to see if this will work for her.

  8. This product is definetly something I would love to try for our 3 dogs. Dexter is a scratcher. Seems to have that itchy skin near his hind area. Nessi and Maggie could use it for their coats. Maggie especially as she seems to loose most of her hair when scratching. We do egg in their food and have tried things for their coats but nothing helps so far. Will try anything good for our pups. This may work, especially since we are all about using healthy products for our pets. They are a very big part of our lives and want the best for them. 🐶💚🐶💚🐶💚

  9. I have three senior kitties that used to be on welactin and did great. They could really benefit with more of it, but due to price I had to stop it. I have felt very bad since because I saw such a big difference when they were on it.

  10. I want my dog to have a healthy life.

  11. I have three dogs including a SPCA special breed. I’m sure all of them can sure use Nurtramax. If I don’t win a bottle I’ll have to scrape up some cash to buy some. Feeling pretty lucky this month.

  12. My 13 year old border collie mix has so much trouble getting up and down it almost makes me cry. I feel her pain. Tried pain medication just relieves pain but not movements. Would like to try this product.

  13. I didn’t know how beneficial it is to give our pets Omega 3. I would love to try them (we have a 7-year old lab mix and a 16-year old cat). Thank you!

  14. My dog Skippy has dry skin and coat he has a rash on his stomach .would like to try to see if this would help him

  15. My two Cairns, 17 and 13 have taken this supplement for about six months and are more alert, more agile, and clearly are thriving. I will continue this Omega 3 as they are benefiting.

  16. My dachshund has continuing bouts of pyoderma, and I have not found the cause. But I would think that giving him omega-3 capsules, such as Nutramax Welactin Omerga-3 capsules, would help his skin.

  17. I’ve been trying everything to ease both arthritis pain and dry, itchy skin on my senior Labrador. I would love to find something that would make him feel better. Plus, the aspect of preventing or at least staving off those same issues for my young Malinois make this very appealing. My cats (4yr and 12yr) could also benefit from this.

  18. my dog gets fish oil daily so id love to try this kind!

  19. I have a 10 year old datsun that would really love that shiny coat and be able to look young & sexy again!

  20. We recused a boxer/pit puppy from our local shelter. He’s six months old now but VERY large and is having some issues supporting his size on his puppy hips. He’s also very itchy. We’ve changed his food and give him coconut oil but I think these supplements would help him tremendously! Would love to try them

  21. I have 2 rescued Shar Pei with constant itching problems. Relief for them would be a God-send.

  22. Catherine LockwoodNovember 5, 2017 at 1:11 pm

    Welactin was prescribed by my vet and I have been using it for about two years and it has helped in the general overall health of my dog.

  23. I would love to try a sample of this product. my dogs are finicky when it comes to supplements and trying before spending a lot of money is preferred. My poor pitty is so itchy all the time regardless of what i have tried.

  24. Hi there, I’m a foster to any strays I find in need. However I’m a sucker to keep most. As of now I have rescued a female pitbull and kept her because I have only found people wanting to mate her or fight her. She has been a wonderful friend to me and the kids and her two cats that we also rescued.
    Loyal customer

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