A Highly Valuable Nutrient Essential to Your Dog’s Health

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Is your dog silently suffering from:

  • Fatigue
  • Dry/Itchy/Flaky skin
  • Brittle nails
  • Joint Pain
  • Inflammation

If so, it could be that he is not getting enough of a special certain essential nutrient in their diet.

See, your dog’s body is not able to produce this certain nutrient, so as healthy pet parents I believe it’s our job to know about these essentials, and provide these vital nutrients for them.

You’re probably already well aware the nutrient I’m referring to is, you guessed it – Omega 3 Fatty Acids.

If your dog doesn’t get these essential oils regularly, they may suffer with dry, itchy skin, chronic hotspots, joint pain and other annoying or downright painful conditions that affect your pet’s quality of life.

You may have heard of omega 3’s as the “good fats.” They have nose to tail health benefits inside and out.

These “good” fatty acids are made up of 3 essential components — Alpha-linolenic acid (ALA) Eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA) Docosahexaenoic acid (DHA.)

Check out 3 major benefits of Omega 3’s:

#1: They’re anti-inflammatories

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That means if your pet has doggie arthritis, omega 3’s can reduce joint pain and help your pet with mobility.

#2: They add moisture to your pet’s skin

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When dogs have itchy, dry skin, they scratch a lot. Their skin may even be flaky. Yet, when they get enough omega 3’s, their skin is healthy so your dog itches less. Omega 3’s will also transform a dry and brittle coat into a soft and shiny one.

#3: Boosts the immune system

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Inflammation is related to most diseases and since omega 3’s are reduce that inflammation, the immune system is stronger.

As you can see, omega 3 fatty acids are essential to your pet’s health. Yet, most foods don’t have enough of these healthy fats so it makes sense to seek a supplement.

A Common Source of Omega 3’s is Fish Oil.

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Maybe you’ve seen the fish oil pills on the market. Maybe you’ve even bought them. However, it turns out fish oil supplements may not be the best source of omega 3’s.

Why not?

One is the increasing level of toxicity in our oceans and hence in our fish. The other is due to oxidation which I’ll share more about in a minute.

As you may be aware, all supplements are not created the same. In fact, some of them could do your dog more harm than good due to the quality of the fish they use and the way they are manufactured.

One big issue with fish oil is its delicate make up. See, fish oil supplements use the oil extracted from oily fish such as anchovies. Essentially, the fish is crushed to squeeze out the oil. Yet, when that happens the oil is exposed to oxygen which can turn it rancid pretty quickly.

So you could be serving your dog rancid fish oil.

Yuck.

It works like this, oxidized oil contains oxidized lipids (Lipids are the building blocks of cells) and scientists have long known that oxidized lipids can be harmful as they trigger an inflammatory response, particularly in our cells. This can lead to cardiovascular disease and other problems.

A recent study in New Zealand found that 83% of fish oils on the market did not meet the industry standard for high oxidation levels.

A Cheaper, Healthier Alternative: 

What if I told you there was a way you can get a nutritional boost in something your dogs will eat up with zero resistance?

Well for those of you looking for an easier option that won’t take a lot of convincing of your furry friends, Kangaroo meat treats is one of the most nutritionally dense foods you can feed a dog.

Kangaroo meat contains omega 3’s which help lower inflammation. Lowering inflammation is a critical component of fighting cancer progression, reducing your dogs joint pain, and allergy symptoms.

Recent studies have shown that wild Kangaroo meat itself has a lower inflammatory response when compared to traditional farmed meats like beef.

So besides being extremely palatable to dogs, it’s better for health, it’s loaded with cancer fighting nutrients, healthy enzymes, a variety of minerals and vitamins and it’s a highly digestable protein.

No other treat boasts this many benefits…

Kangaroo Meat Benefits:

  • High in Protein – Essential for optimal dog health
  • High in Omega 3’s – Healthy skin and coat, strong immune system, stops itching
  • Allergen Free – Alleviates itching and infections
  • Dental Health – Keeps teeth super clean and breath fresh

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For pets, you can get Kangaroo meat dog treats, which are the best thing you can feed any dog because they are 100% natural and healthy, plus they keep them busy, clean teeth, and best of all are highly nutritional.

Pet Snacks Kangaroo Fillet dog treats have no additives, no preservatives, no harmful ingredients.

I know from my own experiences in being a dog owner, finding the right treat to feed your dog can be like playing Russian roulette. In 2008 I lost my dog to liver failure partially because of the toxic treats I was unknowingly feeding him.

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The situation was so terrible and heartbreaking at the time but from then on I made a commitment to never make the same mistake with another pet. I started searching and digging for the healthiest dog treats available and soon figured out that one of the best things I could be feeding my dog was right under my nose; Kangaroo meat.

Now my mission is to spread the word about the benefits of Kangaroo Dog treats so they would never have to go through the same mistakes myself and many others have.

Just look below at the comparison between the top commercial brand vs. Kangaroo Fillets.

Our Treats  Vs Commercial Treats

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The reality is, if your feeding your dog these cheap store bought treats, your putting your pets health at risk.

There are over 30 additives in the leading brand of treats. Kangaroo Fillets have none, and pack a nutritional punch…

If pet owners want to become “Healthy Pet Parents” they should start by getting the right information and then follow up by supplying their pets with a consistent healthy diet.

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