A Pet food free of all the hormones so common in your average pet food, MyDogLovesFish fish food for dogs, will have your dog cooking you dinner as well as bringing you the newspaper. All for some of those special treats.
The primary benefit of feeding fish oil for dogs is its ability to balance out the more inflammatory yet still necessary omega-6 fats. Typically, a dog who is fed a grain-free diet, preferably with raw, grass-fed meats, shouldn’t need much in the way of supplementation. But if your dog’s diet contains a lion’s share of omega-6 fats, most commonly as a result of a heavy grain content and plant-based oils, then he might need fish oil to balance his diet. But it’s a good idea to change the diet and get those inflammatory grains and vegetable oils out of your dog before considering adding fish oil to his diet.
Once you’ve decided to include fish for dogs at your home, make sure you’re aware of the potential side effects of fish when given too much, too often.
In this buyer’s guide, we will cover everything you want to know about fish oil for dogs and we give you our top 5 recommendations of the best fish oil supplement products available.