Veterinarian recommended for dogs

Omega Benefits Canine

Omega Benefits® Canine is available in two formulas: Hypoallergenic and Beef Flavored. You will be asked to choose your flavor in the purchase options below. Our fish oil is the highest quality option available for your pet’s overall wellness, as well as healthy joints, cardiovascular function, skin, brain and eye health.

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Pet Weight: (in lbs)
Select your Flavor:
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Recommended dosage:
2 pump(s) per day
Recommended dosage:
3 pump(s) per day
Recommended dosage:
4 pump(s) per day

Q: Why does Omega Benefits® come in a plastic bottle?
A: Omega Benefits® (Beef and Hypoallergenic) now comes in durable, amber colored plastic bottles. Our new PET bottles are made of BPA-Free, recyclable plastic. We made this change so you won’t have to worry about breakage during shipment. Also, the plastic bottles are smaller and will take up less room in your refrigerator.


Q: If my dog is currently getting Omega-3s in his or her food, should I still supplement Omega Benefits®?
A: As with many human foods, dog food companies will often add a nominal amount of Omega-3s into your dog’s diet, often in other forms than the active EPA and DHA. Your veterinarian recommended Omega Benefits for your dog because they do not believe he or she is getting a sufficient amount of EPA and DHA from his or her diet.


Q: How long does it take to see results in my dog?
A: Depending on how Omega-3 depleted your dog is, you may start to see results in as little as 1 or 2 weeks. On average it may take 6 to 12 weeks to see the full effects of the product.


Q: What is the shelf life?
A: The shelf life is 2 years for unopened bottles. Once opened, Omega Benefits needs to be refrigerated. The shelf life of opened, refrigerated bottles is 6-7 months.


Q: Are there any side effects my dog may experience?
A: Omega-3 fatty acids are a very safe and effective treatment for your pets. Dogs with known gastrointestinal or pancreatic issues, should be titrated up to the recommended dose. Dogs that have never consumed omega-3 fatty acids may lack the pancreatic enzyme that breaks down Omega-3 fatty acids and may be sensitive to an increase in this dietary fat. As a result, some may experience loose stool or diarrhea for the first week or two.