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I think most kibble formulas contain antioxidants, so many of us are feeding antioxidants that way.

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I give mine:

Vitamin C

Vitamn E

I get the capsules from my local health store.


I also sometimes give them Pcynogenol (pine bark extract), but not all the time as it's quite expensive.

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I spoke with our holistic vet last night, and she recommended a brand called Vetri Science Cell Advance 880. She said it is a good combination of antioxidants. She also stated that there are not enough antioxidants in the foods they eat. I haven't looked the product up to see the cost, I wanted to post this first. If they are not too expensive, we will be ordering them. Forgot, she also said that antioxidants are very important for "free radical" damage, and since Greys are prone to Osteo, it would be a great idea.

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I raw feed, and free feed a kibble without grains - Orijens.

I supplement when needed, though Grizzly Salmon Oil is a staple.


Omega 3 Fatty Acids:

- helps maintain healthy skin

- supports the immune system

- helps lower inflammation

- encourages a better appetite



Grizzly Salmon Oil contains extremely healthy long-chain Omega-3 fatty acids and natural anti-oxidants derived only from wild Alaskan salmon that spend their lives foraging on a natural pacific Ocean diet.


Omega 3 Fatty Acids - minimum 29%. DHA - min. 12%. EPA - min. 9%

Omega 6 Fatty Acids - minimum 3%


Also Vitamin C/Ester C form - for the older or hurt hounds.


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