CarniOmega - Vital nutrients for the complete body
- Without preservatives, in food quality
- Healthy skin and shiny coat
- 100% pure natural fish oil
- Tasty and pleasant smelling
Natural active ingredients from the best source for your dog
Pure natural fish oil as a high-quality feed and barf supplement for your dog. With an exceptionally high content (approx. 35 %) of essential fatty acids.
Dry / flaky skin, dull coat, constant scratching, problems with the musculoskeletal system or joints. Here, the right supply of omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids is essential. Unfortunately, your dog (and your cat, too) cannot produce these vital fatty acids themselves, so they have to be fed in.
The omega-3 fatty acids epa (18.2%), dha (12.5%) and dpa (2.5) are known for:
- An anti-inflammatory and analgesic effect.
- They therefore support the effect of CarniAktiv®
- A shiny coat and healthy skin
- A positive effect on the brain, cardiovascular system and kidneys
Our oil comes from small wild cold-water fish of northern europe in particularly high purity and quality. The oil is absolutely natural, from sustainable fishing, without any added preservatives or other additives. Food quality is a matter of course for us.
Daily dose from 15 weeks of age:
- Up to 10 kg body weight
- 1 teaspoon
- 11 -30 kg body weight
- 1 tablespoon
- over 30 kg body weight
- 2 tablespoons
Daily dose up to 14 weeks of age:
Due to their not yet fully developed digestive tract and the associated limited digestibility of polyunsaturated fatty acids,dog and cat puppies up to the age of 14 weeks receive a maximum of 0.25 ml CarniOmega-3 oil per kg body weight daily. An overdose can cause considerable damage to the kidneys and digestive tract in puppies and kitten.
fish oil (marine oil, natural)
crude fat 99,80%, crude protein 0,00%, crude ash 0,00%, crude fibre 0,00%
Fatty acid content:
5ml Carni-Omega-3-Oil contains:
- 900 mg (18,2%) EPA
- 600 mg (12,5%) DHA
- 100 mg (2,5%) DPA
Carni-Omega-3-Oil is subject to a strict analysis of environmental contaminants (heavy metals, polychlorinated biphenyls (pcb's), pesticides). Food standard is a matter of course for us. The fish oils used in carni-omega-3 come from small wild cold-water fish such as sardines and anchovies in particularly high purity and freshness. A light-protective brown glass bottle ensures the high quality.
CarniOmega-3 Oil provides essential nutrients to keep your four-legged friend healthy.
100% pure, natural fish oil, from sustainable fishing with an exceptionally high content (approx. 35%) of essential fatty acids, tasty and pleasant smelling.
Valuable omega-3 fatty acids epa (18.2%), dha (12.5%) and dpa (2.5):
- Have a strong anti-inflammatory and pain-relieving effect
- Support joint function
- Strengthen the skin's barrier function
- For a healthy, shiny coat
- important for the cardiovascular
- and vascular systems
- positive influence on development, maintenance and performance of brain, eyes and nerves
- essential for growing youngsters, athletically active dogs and your faithful senior
- increase mental well-being through positive effect on serotonin levels in the body
- optimal as a supplement to barf rations
These vital fatty acids are essential and cannot be produced in sufficient quantities by the metabolism of dogs and cats. They can only be produced to a limited extent from -linolenic acid (ala), and should therefore be supplied to dogs and cats in sufficient quantities through feeding with our fish oil.
Especially in times of increased need, such as during the change of coat, in growth and in old age, supplementation with epa, dha and dpa supports a normal, healthy fat metabolism, which can provide sufficient energy in all situations of life.
Compared to conventional oils from aquaculture, the high-quality carniomega-3 oil contains a significantly higher proportion of these valuable unsaturated fatty acids and can therefore be fed very sparingly.
And there's more good news: carni-omega-3 hardly smells or tastes of fish, so it is easily ingested even by sensitive animals.
Which omega-3 fatty acids are there?
Omega-3 fatty acids are found in vegetable oils as well as in microalgae and in fish oils, four of which have important biological functions.
- Alpha-linolenic acid (ala, found in plant oils, especially high in linseed, chia and perilla oil)
- EPA (eicosapentaenoic acid)
- DHA (docosahexaenoic acid)
- DPA (docosapentaenoic acid)
EPA/DHA/DPA are the omega-3 fatty acids found in particularly fatty fish such as sardines, mackerel, anchovies and salmon.
Humans and some mammals such as dogs and cats can convert plant alpha-linolenic acid (ala) ingested with food into epa and dha, but only to a very small extent. However, with the high intake of omega-6 fatty acids and also saturated fatty acids (animal fats) in the diet of dogs and cats, the already low conversion rate drops dramatically again. Therefore, the intake of epa, dha and dpa from fish oils rich in these fatty acids or the sufficient consumption of fatty fish is an important contribution to maintaining health.
Vegan EPA, DHA, DPA?
Certain microalgae can synthesise these fatty acids. The algal genes involved have been characterised so that genetically modified plants/algae can also take over the industrial synthesis. Microalgae oils are already available that are produced in bioreactors.
Biological functions of omega-3 fatty acids
DHA is essential for the development, growth and structure of the cell membrane and is also an important component in the central nervous system. Dha and especially epa have a strong anti-inflammatory effect and are therefore particularly beneficial for joint problems, for example. In recent years, dpa has been the focus of scientific research and has shown much stronger anti-inflammatory properties than dha and epa. Carni-omega-3 oil is particularly rich in dpa..
- What are omega 3 fatty acids Antwort anzeigen
Omega-3 fatty acids, together with omega-6 and omega-9 fatty acids, belong to the family of unsaturated fatty acids. These polyunsaturated fatty acids are of crucial importance for the living organism. Omega-6 fatty acids are found, for example, in vegetable oils (maize oil), as well as in meat and animal fat. They not only add shine to the coat, but are also said to have pro-inflammatory properties. Not entirely without reason. The omega-6 fatty acid arachidonic acid is found as a component of the vital phospholipids in the body. It plays an important role in inflammatory processes and the development of pain signals as a precursor of those eicosanoids that intensify these processes. In contrast to omega-6 fatty acids, omega-3 fatty acids inhibit inflammatory processes. And here it is epa, dha and dpa in particular that are important!!
- What are EPA, DPA, DHA Antwort anzeigen
Docosahexaenoic acid, or dha for short, is a polyunsaturated fatty acid. It is one of the omega-3 fatty acids, which also includes eicosapentaenoic acid (epa), as well as docosapentaenoic acid (dpa) and alpha-linolenic acid (ala). Epa/dha/dpa are the omega-3 fatty acids of particularly fatty fish such as sardines, mackerel, anchovies, salmon. The fish absorb the omega-3 fatty acids through their food (microalgae), but can also synthesise them themselves.
- Linseed oil is rich in omega-3 fatty acids, can i give that as an alternative?Antwort anzeigen
Linseed oil (as well as other oils such as chia and perilla oil) are rich in alpha-linolenic acid (ala). Humans and some mammals such as dogs and cats can convert plant alpha-linolenic acid (ala) ingested with food into epa and dha, but this is only possible to a very small extent. In this respect, the intake of epa, dha and dpa from fish oils rich in these fatty acids or the sufficient consumption of fatty fish is an important contribution to health maintenance that cannot be replaced by vegetable oils. The vegetable omega-3 fatty acids (ala) are primarily metabolised for energy production, but they are also built into cell membranes and converted to a small extent to epa and dha, whereby the rate of conversion drops dramatically when there is a high supply of omega-6 fatty acids and also saturated fatty acids, and it is precisely omega-6 fatty acids that are usually found in high concentrations in dog food.
- What do dha, epa and dpa do in the body? Antwort anzeigen
- EPA (eicosapentaenoic acid) and dha both have a strong anti-inflammatory effect.
- DHA (docosahexaenoic acid) dha is essential for development, growth and structure of the cell membrane and an important component in the central nervous system.
- DPA (docosapentaenoic acid) dpa has only become the focus of scientific research in recent years and has shown much stronger anti-inflammatory properties than dha and epa.
- What does carni-omega-3 do? Antwort anzeigen
- - supports the skin's barrier function
- contributes to a healthy cell metabolism
- reduces and controls inflammatory processes effectively helps with eczema and skin diseases
- contributes to healthy and pain-free joints
- strengthens and protects the heart and vascular system, improves blood circulation
- supports the therapy of tumour diseases, cardiovascular diseases, skin diseases, kidney diseases, orthopaedic diseases, diseases of the gastrointestinal tract as well as hyperlipidaemiae
- can be used as an adjunct in the treatment of neurological diseases, asthma and behavioural disorders
- is essential for young growing dogs, sporty active dogs and for your seniors
- from what age can i feed CarniOmega 3? Antwort anzeigen
Due to the very sensitive digestive tract of puppies, polyunsaturated fatty acids should only be fed in large quantities from the 14th week of life. Up to 14 weeks of age, no more than 0.25 ml of omega-3 oil should be given per kg of body weight per day.
- My dog suffers from a painful inflammatory disease of the musculoskeletal system. Can i also give omega-3 oil with carniaktiv? Antwort anzeigen
Yes, by all means! And this is a very good decision because of the high content of the absolutely natural fatty acids dha and epa, which have a strong anti-inflammatory effect without any side effects!