Like humans, dogs can’t produce omega-3s on their own. They must get them from their diet. These important nutrients have been shown to benefit dog's heart, brain, joints and immune system, as well as their skin and coat. There is a rising trend among veterinarians and pet owners of giving companion animals omega-3s either in fortified foods or supplements.
Dr. Bill Harris
Internationally recognized scientist in the omega-3 field
I have been working with QRILL Pet for several years now, and rely on it as a consistent and effective source of marine-based omega-3s, to provide anti-inflammatory support to pets. Also, with an increasing focus on the environmental impact of ingredient supply in the pet sector, QRILL Pet provides a sustainable source of EPA and DHA.
BSC (HONS) ANIMAL NUTRITION & PHYSIOLOGY
A key component for success, which will make the dogs running all the way to Nome, is an ideal feed. Krill has become a key component, which contains some of that little extra I believe can contribute to winning a race. It gives my dogs something I like to call the x-factor. In just a few weeks on krill, I could see a big difference.
WINNER OF QRILL PET ARCTIC WORLD SERIES