Alaska Naturals Wild Alaskan Pollock Oil Natural Cat Supplement, 4-oz bottle

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Description

Help nourish your favorite feline’s healthy skin and shiny coat with Alaska Naturals Wild Alaskan Pollock Oil Natural Cat Supplement. Made from wild Alaskan pollock sustainably-fished in the pure water of Alaska, this high-quality supplement delivers concentrated DHA and EPA omega-3 fatty acids to help your kitty achieve smooth, healthy skin and bright, lustrous fur. Ideally suited for the cat who isn’t fond of salmon oil or find it too rich, pollock oil delivers all the same benefits of salmon oil including powerful antioxidant support for her overall health and immunity.

Key Benefits
  • Made from fresh wild pollock sustainably caught in the pure waters of Alaska; provides all the benefits of salmon oil with a more mild flavor.
  • Concentrated DHA and EPA omega-3 fatty acids help nourish your cat’s skin and promote a smooth, lustrous coat.
  • Omega fatty acids also support healthy immunity, good cardiovascular health, and strong brain and nervous function.
  • Proudly made in the USA without the use of artificial preservatives, colors or synthetic flavors.
  • Oil is stabilized with natural tocopherols to maintain freshness; each bottle is nitrogen-purged to remove oxygen and extend shelf life.

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  • Item Number
    77531
  • Lifestage
    Adult, Senior, Kitten
  • Food Form
    Supplement
  • Product Form
    Liquid
Nutritional Info
Ingredients

Polluck Oil, Rosemary Extract.

Feeding Instructions

For maintenance purposes, give pet 1 teaspoon per 10 lbs of body weight daily. Add oil to food, or feed directly as a treat. For best results use on a long-term basis; studies have shown that fatty acid levels reach a steady state within about 1 month of starting supplementation.

FAQ

Why should I include vitamins & supplements in my pet’s diet?

Most commercial pet foods include baseline vitamins and nutrients, but some may not have the adequate amount to suit your pet’s exact health needs. Like in humans, vitamins and supplements can help support your pet’s long-term health, regulating everything from digestion to muscle growth. Consult your veterinarian to determine the best vitamins and supplements for your furry friend.

How often should I give this supplement to my pet?

It is recommended to give the suggested dosage based off your pet’s weight. Please refer to the Feeding Instructions tab and consult with your veterinarian for more information.

Is this supplement safe to use with the medication my pet is currently taking?

If your pet has a medical condition and is taking other medication, we recommend consulting with your veterinarian to ensure that this supplement is safe to use.

My pet is allergic to certain ingredients, will this product be safe to use?

For a complete list of ingredients, click on the 'Nutritional Info' tab, next to the 'Description' tab, just under the product photos. If you are unsure about the safety of this product for your pet, we recommend consulting with your veterinarian.

Does this product come in other product forms?

For a complete assortment of products by the manufacturer of this supplement, click on the link next to the item name at the top of the page. You can also find an assortment of supplements across all product forms on our page.

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    my cat loves it

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    Seems to improve taste smell as well as beneficial nutrition. My cats love with everything

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  • 1 out of 5 stars

    Review Oil

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    I wouldn't recommend this for any even slight picky kitty. The most I've been able to get away with is two drops. Very pungent in my opinion

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Cats love it

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    I have 4 cats and Ive tried other fish oils, which they had mixed reviews and didn’t like. All of them like this one.

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  • 1 out of 5 stars

    Stinky, Cats Didn't Touch It

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    Purchased this because I was having a difficult time getting my cats to eat any kind of fish oil. This was no different. It is VERY smelly, even just a drop of this made my kitchen stink up. Cats didn't even touch their food when I put in a small amount of it. If you have a very picky cat, I don't recommend this product.

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

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    Roma Tomato, our little girl who has been losing hair, had some of this salmon fish oil and she really devoured it. She lapped up all the juice before I can get the food on it. I think that means It is very good. Thank you.

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  • 4 out of 5 stars

    for the cat who does not like salmon oil

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    my cat is SO finicky! she detects the littlest thing I add to her food and turns tail and walks away. salmon oil IS UNACCEPTABLE to her. She needs to take omega oil for her immune system so I tried this, milder flavored pollock oil- and hooray! it's nearly undetectable :)

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    fish oil in a bottle

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    This product is so easy for my servant to give to me, my coat will continue to glow.

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Pollock Oil Instead of Fish Oil Caplets

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    My cat has dry skin on her back. My friend, a Vet's Assistant, recommended I get fish oil caplets for cats, break them open, and rub the oil directly on my cat's skin. When I went shopping on Chewy.com, I saw the Pollock Oil and decided to try it. I have to admit my cat isn't thrilled at having oil poured on her back but she does put up with it. This is less expensive than caplets and works as well. She also likes the taste and licks my fingers after.

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  • 3 out of 5 stars

    It's Stinky.

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    It has a lingering obnoxious odor. So far, two of my cats rejected it. When it first comes out, it's pink. I thought it was blood. Lately it's been a clear yellow gold. You might want to think twice about giving this to a cat who doesn't clean itself. My vet told me to buy fish oil that has omega 3, 6, and 9 in it, for my older kitty. She said it would help make going to the bathroom a lot easier, as well as help his bones. I didn't know the specifics until after I purchased this one. The dose for a cat is 1/2 teaspoon. I use an oral syringe, the kind with a one piece plunger that measures up to 5 ml. The vet said not to give water before or after, because water would make it ineffective. But It has a lingering obnoxious odor. So far, two of my cats rejected it. When it first comes out, it's pink. I thought it was blood. Lately it's been a clear yellow gold. You might want to think twice about giving this to a cat who doesn't clean itself. My vet told me to buy fish oil that has omega 3, 6, and 9 in it, for my older kitty. She said it would help make going to the bathroom a lot easier, as well as help his bones. I didn't know the specifics until after I purchased this one. The dose for a cat is 1/2 teaspoon. I use an oral syringe, the kind with a one piece plunger that measures up to 5 ml. The vet said not to give water before or after, because water would make it ineffective. But I think food is not only okay, but a necessity, so that your cat doesn't get sick. Though it doesn't have all the omegas in it, I do believe it's helping skin, fur, but not so much his bones. Buy it from a pet store and not a human pharmaceutical. The vet warned me about overdosing, so be careful. I don't think the top is designed well. there is oil around the base of the lid. It's messy. … more

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