Wild Alaskan Salmon Oil

Today We Review: Terra Max Pro Premium Wild Alaskan Salmon Oil for Dogs & Cats


This liquid All Natural Omega 3 food supplement has 15 omegas EPA, SHA Fatty Acids and vitamin D.  Although it does smell like salmon it isn’t so smelly that you can’t stand to put it in the pups food.  The good thing is, the smell incises the pups, and they gobble it up.

I have been adding 3 pumps (1 pump per 25 pounds) to Koda’s wet food, and 4 to Ossians.  Now I know they don’t weight 75lb & 100lbs but I figure it would be best to give them more since both of them suffer from joint problems.

The first night I gave it to them they were a bit taken back as their food doesn’t normally smell like Wild Alaskan Salmon.  But after realizing it was safe to eat they gobbled it up.


What’s great about Wild Alaskan Salmon Oil

  • 100% all natural
  • Wild caught in clean waters of Alaska
  • No fillers
  • No artificial ingredients
  • Excellent source of essential fatty acids EPA & DHA
  • 15 different Omegas
  • Vitamin D
  • Astaxanthin
  • Tested by 3rd party lab for over 250 contaminants
  • Certified Mercury free with no detectable levels of PCB’s, heavy metals, pesticides & dioxins
  • Veterinarian recommended

By adding Wild Alaskan Salmon Oil to our pups meals it is helping support healthy skin, coats, joints, and cardiovascular health.  It also can help the maintenance of the brain, eyes and immune system.

I love that TerraMax Pro allows you to try Wild Alaskan Salmon Oil risk free with a 100% satisfaction guarantee. If you are serious about your pets health head over to Amazon an buy now.

Take Koda’s word for it…

It’s lickin good!


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