Omega 3 deficiency is becoming increasingle common as food quality drops and more processed foods are consumed. If your pet has inflammatory conditions of the skin, the organs and allergies are often due to Omega 3 deficiencies in their diet.
The skin and hair of your dog/cat is coated with a sebum that acts as a protective barrier for it's host The sebaceous glands are associated with the hair follicles and produce an oily secretion called sebum. This sebum makes the hairs waterproof and keeps the skin supple and protected and also contributes to regulating your dogs temperature.
And the sebum relies on healthy raw ingredients to maintain the correct chemical balance. Only then can it function as an effective barrier against allergens.
If this not correct your pet is open to a host of allergen and environmental attacks which are usally diagnosed as "contact allergies" or "allergies".
The importance of Omega 3 cannot be emphasised enough to the base of your dog and cats health.
All raw produce is not the same. Raw feeding is healthy and and nutritious for our pets but this doesn't mean all raw produce is healthy.
How was it grown? What was it fed? Animals deprived of natural forage and grass are themselves depleted in Omega 3s and become sick due to their unnatural diet that is fed to them for commerciaal reason not their welfare. Factory farmed animals are fed with processed inflammatory foods so when people dont undertsanbd this and are feeding a "natural diet" of factory farmed produce they wonder why their dog still has health issues?
Wild and free ranged produce are a completely different nutritional factsheet. They are naturally packed with Omega 3 and that's due to their diet and metabolism.
This is the very reason we recommend mutton bird products. The oil and mutton bird produce are premium quality nutrition, natural, wild ranged and ethically sourced making this Omega 3 unlike anything else in the world.
Omega Wild is pure Mutton bird oil possesses an array of therapeutic benefits. Based on its high omega-3 fatty acid contents, including EPA and DHA, it was concluded that the consumption of 1 g oil per day would provide approximately 160 mg omega-3 fatty acids per day, thereby doubling a typical Australian’s omega-3 fatty acid intake (Woodward et al.1995)
The maroon brown colour of Mutton bird oil is attributed to their feeding on Australian krill. While this may be true to some extent, the high wax ester content of mutton bird oil, as compared to none in krill oil (Weimerskirch and Cherel1998), indicates the complex nature of the mutton bird’s diet. Studies have shown that oily fish, such as anchovy and mackerel, squids and crustaceans that are very rich in omega-3 fatty acids form a major part of the mutton bird’s diet (Einoder et al.2013; Weimerskirch and Cherel1998). Also, the unidentified fish species found in the diets of mutton birds (Einoder et al.2013) can come from a combination of 22 species earlier identified in the Bass strait region where these birds exclusively feed.
Totally healthy, natural and chemical free.
Exotic raw food protein for pets.
Dogs can develop food intolerances when they consume the same type of food (and protein) for a long periods of time. This eventually leads to health problems and switching to a novel protein can mitigate such circumstances.
Excellent for Raw Feeding Cats & Pups
Muton bird frames can be enjoyed by and dog however the size and health benefits are must have additions for cats and puppies. Unprocessed, whole frames are high in taurine ( a must for cats) and provide a meal of bone, healthy fats, meat protein and ligaments. Mutton Bird frames and Mutton Bird Organs can be purchased here.
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