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SALMA is a Scottish salmon oil that will help to nurture healthy and free-moving joints. The rich fatty acids found in salmon oil have been shown to support heart, brain, and immune system health. Salma will help to maintain a glossy coat as well as reduce itching and dry skin as it is a great source of EPA & DHA.
SALMA is gently and ethically extracted from prime Scottish salmon and then micro-filtered to ensure purity of the omega 3 (containing EPA and DHA), so that it is immediately utilised by your pet's body ensuring optimal absorption. SALMA is produced using a centrifuge method which means it is gently extracted and doesn’t damage the oil structure. After SALMA is filtered, we add vitamin E as an antioxidant.
It takes less than 18 hours from the fish being caught to oil in a sealed container. This ensures SALMA to be the freshest and most natural oil available on the market.
Simply add the required amount to your dog’s meal for a delicious burst of goodness. Introduce gradually over 1 week.
Suitable for dogs and puppies over 12 weeks old.
Up to 12
Up to 26
SCOTTISH SALMON OIL
Omega 3 fatty acids are necessary for your dog’s all-round health. They have anti-inflammatory properties and could also help reduce the severity of any allergic symptoms. It helps to maintain shiny coat and healthy skin.
Vitamin E is an essential vitamin that is good for dog’s immune system, muscles, heart health, liver, nerve cell membranes and healthy skin and coat.
Yes, it does. Salma is produced using a centrifuge method which means it is gently extracted and doesn’t damage the oil's structure.
Used regularly, Salma will help to maintain healthy and free moving joints, nurture skin and coat, soothe dry skin, support brain, heart and immune system.
of which Omega Fatty Acids – 1060mg
All dogs are different and their condition varies but most of our customers notice changes between 2–4 weeks of using the supplement, if not earlier.