Wysong E.F.A. without Fish Oil Dog & Cat Supplement, 8-oz bottle

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Description

Fats, both of animal and vegetable origin, are the most manipulated of food components. Modern pet food processing not only changes the balance in the kinds of fats consumed, but can alter their chemical structure and render them toxic. (For example, the growing problem of human heart disease is not a result of natural fat, but of processed, oxidized fats.) Wysong EFA cat and dog supplement provides beneficial fatty acids, including omega-3, -6 and -9, which have been found beneficial in a variety of diseases including allergic conditions.

Key Benefits
  • Essential fatty acids dietary supplement containing natural omega-3, -6 and -9 fatty acids
  • This supplement offers your pet a wide range on unaltered essential fatty acids that benefits their structural and metabolic rate
  • Helps in combatting a variety of diseases and allergic reactions
  • Liquid formula is easy to administer, just place in your pets food at feeding time
  • A great all around supplement for households with both dogs and cats so only one supplement is needed for everyone

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  • Item Number
    82582
  • Weight
    8 ounces
  • Breed Size

    Small Breeds, Medium Breeds, Large Breeds

  • Food Form

    Supplement

  • Lifestage

    Adult

  • Made in

    United States

  • Product Form

    Liquid

Nutritional Info
Ingredients

Cold-Processed Flax Oil, Pumpkin Seed Oil, Perilla Oil, Rice Bran Oil and Borage Oil, Stabilized with Wysong Oxherphol.

Caloric Content

40 kcal/teaspoon

Feeding Instructions

1/2 - 1 teaspoon, 2 - 3 times daily with meals. May be mixed with food or drink that is not heated beyond body temperature. Be sure to keep bottle tightly sealed in a cool, dark place.

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  • Fat cat needs help

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    One of my five cats, Lucy, is overweight. Late one night, (too late to go to the vets), I saw Lucy straining to go potty. She kept going into the box and jumping out of the box over and over again; trying to go but couldn't. She was crying out loud; it frightened me to death. I thought we would end up at the vets the next day, but I needed to help her right away. As gross as this sounds, I got a syringe and squirted some water in her bottom. I thought I'd get shredded, but she actually cooperated. Then I went to the internet and saw a number of articles about dehydration and supplementation; i.e., make sure that you cat is drinking at least some water, give her EFAs, and cut way down on the dry One of my five cats, Lucy, is overweight. Late one night, (too late to go to the vets), I saw Lucy straining to go potty. She kept going into the box and jumping out of the box over and over again; trying to go but couldn't. She was crying out loud; it frightened me to death. I thought we would end up at the vets the next day, but I needed to help her right away. As gross as this sounds, I got a syringe and squirted some water in her bottom. I thought I'd get shredded, but she actually cooperated. Then I went to the internet and saw a number of articles about dehydration and supplementation; i.e., make sure that you cat is drinking at least some water, give her EFAs, and cut way down on the dry food (I only give my cats 1 TBSP each per day of dry food; not as a meal but as a snack). I didn't have any EFAs that night but it was suggested that I give her olive oil. Some articles said "olive oil, but not for a long period of time." The next morning, I ordered the Wysong EFA oil blend. I give her the recommended dose each day now along with pumpkin and water. I have not seen her straining, and she goes at least twice a day which is a record for her. … more

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  • Great Service

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    Fast service and great product! My dogs love their food and treats. I will continue to purchase from them.

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  • Unless you have to give it: Don't

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    I have two cats, one is 13 the other 7, all the blood work was great, no medical problems, I noticed when brushing the older cat, his coat din't shine and small amount of dandruff, a friend recommend E.F.A. Neither cat will touch this stuff, I gave them mixed fish for dinner thought I would add some oil, less then then the recommended amount, won't eat. Don't waste the money..your better off giving your cat sardines in oil or tuna. I can't believe I threw away $25.00.

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  • It's not kitty crack.

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    Perhaps I'm writing this review prematurely because I haven't assaulted my cat with all the ways to get this oil into his system, but my cat who generally stalks me when I'm baking to lick the margarine/butter/olive oil/canola oil, etc., won't touch this stuff voluntarily. It smells like roasted nuts, which I don't find unpleasant but my cat does. I tried putting it in his favorite food (Stella & Chewey's freeze dried chicken pellets)--rejected. I put a little on my finger which he loves to lick--rejected. My vet suspects he's showing signs of renal issues and had suggested I start him on EFA. In the past he's had crystals in his urine so I've fed him fish-free products for most of his life ( Perhaps I'm writing this review prematurely because I haven't assaulted my cat with all the ways to get this oil into his system, but my cat who generally stalks me when I'm baking to lick the margarine/butter/olive oil/canola oil, etc., won't touch this stuff voluntarily. It smells like roasted nuts, which I don't find unpleasant but my cat does. I tried putting it in his favorite food (Stella & Chewey's freeze dried chicken pellets)--rejected. I put a little on my finger which he loves to lick--rejected. My vet suspects he's showing signs of renal issues and had suggested I start him on EFA. In the past he's had crystals in his urine so I've fed him fish-free products for most of his life (to the point where he doesn't like the flavor of fish--as demonstrated in his rejection of fish-flavored dental treats purchased by accident). I had high hopes that this expensive, 8oz plastic bottle of fishless EFA oil would be a winner. And it may be, if I go the syringe route. But can the benefits of EFA really outweigh the trauma inflicted on my beloved cat by force-feeding him, just for a supplemental health measure? … more

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  • Passed the snowshoe test

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    My kitty is 17y.o, with good renal values at the moment. I felt I would try a non fish efa that I could add to her renal food rather than syringing the fish oil or this product separately. After a few seconds of smelling, she ate most of her food. I added about 1ml - not the recommended dosage. I think this combined with her daily Azodyl supplement might work as an alternative. Time will tell. I am most interested in checking it out with my hairball prone ragdoll in his wet food later today.. will report back on results.

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  • Wonderful Product for Cat with Megacolon/Constipation, and Hairballs

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    I have been dealing with chronic constipation/megacolon with one of my older cats, and hairballs and occasional constipation with some of the others. I have given this oil to 3 long haired cats that tend to get constipated or have sluggish bowels due to hairballs. I have been putting 1/2 tsp in a syringe and giving it to them a few days per week and it has really helped them to go and I believe it's helping with the hairballs also. The main reason however that I ordered this product, was for my older kitty who has megacolon/chronic constipation. I have tried everything under the sun for him, such as acupuncture, chinese herbs from the vet, olive oil,salmon oil,pumpkin,slippery elm powder, digestive I have been dealing with chronic constipation/megacolon with one of my older cats, and hairballs and occasional constipation with some of the others. I have given this oil to 3 long haired cats that tend to get constipated or have sluggish bowels due to hairballs. I have been putting 1/2 tsp in a syringe and giving it to them a few days per week and it has really helped them to go and I believe it's helping with the hairballs also. The main reason however that I ordered this product, was for my older kitty who has megacolon/chronic constipation. I have tried everything under the sun for him, such as acupuncture, chinese herbs from the vet, olive oil,salmon oil,pumpkin,slippery elm powder, digestive enzymes, probiotics, etc-- he's even on cisapride from the compouding pharmacy, and miralax. He gets hairballs and I believe the hair gets stuck in his track, and also his bowels are just not moving as well as they used to (and hairball gel doesn't do it anymore for him, makes him very sick and he throws it up.) Anyway, I did a lot of research and this company and product is said to be very good. I liked the ingredients in this oil and wanted to try an oil without fish oil in it. I ordered this, b/c it's flaxseed with some other unique oils. I have been giving my cat with constipation/megacolon 1/2 tsp either once or twice daily and for the first time in half a year, he has pooped very well! I am still doing some other things in combination with this product, such as cisapride, and miralax every other day, along with chinese herbs every other day. I added this oil to his diet, at least 1/2 tsp once per day, and sometimes twice per day. He is a 10-11 lb cat. So far the product has helped him move his bowels a few times this week, and I hope it continues to do so. The only thing is, it's pretty expensive for the oil--and it's mostly flaxseed oil. I may try to buy the oils and make my own at some point but for now I will keep them on it, as it's worth the money, since it works. I can't say if they like the taste of it, or if cats would lap this up willingly or not. They certainly sit very well while I syringe them. They seem to like it much better than the salmon oil, b/c they don't give me as hard of a time about it. Anyway, if anyone has a cat with constipation or megacolon, hairballs, dull coat, or digestive issues, or even ill health or allergies, etc...oils are supposed to be very good for our companions. I have seen a big difference so far, including shinier coats. I rate this product five stars. … more

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