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As I posted previously, Plummer has an ongoing bacteria infection in his toes. He had biopsy and very hard to get a healthy tissue to biopsy so now vet just took test for thyroid. She has suggested to start Plummer on fish oil. I just to know how much. thanks

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My dogs get a 1000 mg cap. once a day.

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To get maximum effect for skin and heart the dose is 4000 mg. per day. Start out slowly though because they can get the runs from too much at one time. You can slowly add more. I started out with 1,000 mg. a day for a week and then went to 2,000 mg. and so on.

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A maintenance dose of Omega 3s (the ones you're looking to add) would be 300 mg (combined total EPA & DHA) per 30 lbs. of dog and the theraputic dose of Omega 3s (the ones you're looking to add) would be 300 mg (combined total EPA & DHA) per 10 lbs. of dog. Unless your dog is sensitive to soy, which is in many processed oils and need not be listed on the label, the numbers are what you need to know.

 

The mgs (usually 1000 or 1200) listed on the front of the bottle is them mg amount of the oil, not the concentration of EPA/DHA. Flip the bottle over and look for those two numbers. Also, be sure to check the "dosage" - some bottles will list the amount as 1 pill and some will list the EPA/DHA per two capsules. It's how you can compare "less expensive" and "more expensive" fish oils to see what actually gets you the most bang for the buck.

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