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Review: Life Line Pet Nutrition Supplements

Similar to their human caretakers, dogs often need supplements added to their diet to function to their best ability. Whether your dog needs hip and joint support or assistance in maintaining a healthy skin and coat, there are a multitude of supplements available to help. Life Line Pet Nutrition Supplements are formulated to meet a variety of nutritional needs, while still being an affordable option for pet parents.

About 31% of dog owners in the United States give their pets supplements for joint health and other common medical issues. Our pets are our family, and we want to take the best possible care of our family in every way that we can. When it comes to pets, providing top quality nutrition is one of the best things that we can do to keep them healthy and happy.

When you're shopping for supplements for your dog, the quality of the product must be a high priority. Higher quality products are more expensive, but those few extra dollars could be the difference between a safe product one that is marketed with false claims.

Life Line Pet Nutrition Supplements Review

Life Line Pet Nutrition Supplements

100% of the hemp used in these pet nutrition supplements is sourced in the USA. Life Line Pet Nutrition states that no herbicides or pesticides are used in the growing process. The hemp oil supplements are 100% human-grade.

As I mentioned, it's important to find products that are tested by a third party laboratory to ensure the quality. Products in the pet industry are not regulated as strictly as those for humans. Personally, I feel much better supporting companies that publish transparent information from third party laboratories on their website than just assuming the information on a product's packaging is true.

Every month, Life Line Pet Nutrition sends each of their products for third party laboratory testing. They are tested for guaranteed potency, CBD and THC levels, and to ensure no toxic solvents or chemicals were used in the extraction process.

organic kelp supplement for dogs

Organic Ocean Kelp

The company's Icelandic kelp mineral supplement is made for cats and dogs. It is 100% certified organic. The kelp is grown and sustainably harvested in Iceland. It is dried using geothermal heat at a low temperature to preserve the nutrients. The kelp is then packaged in the United States.

Kelp can be used as a daily supplement for most dogs. It is a good source of more than 60 vitamins and minerals as well as 21 amino acids! Kelp is also packed with naturally occurring phytochemicals and Omega-3 fatty acids.

If you're wondering what all of this means for your dog, it means adding this to his regular diet will boost his overall health and well-being. This supplement will aid in the reduction of plaque and tartar build up on the teeth, which will also lead to better smelling breath. It promotes skin and coat health, improves circulation, helps with joint pain and inflammation, boosts the immune system, increases the metabolism and even aids in healthy digestion.

If you haven't already figured it out, kelp is a superfood for dogs!

Daily serving size guidelines are:

Cats – 1/8 tsp.
Dogs up to 25 lbs. – 1/4 tsp.
Dogs 25-50 lbs. – 1/2 tsp.
Dogs 50+ lbs. – 1 tsp.

You can purchase a 16 oz. container on Amazon for $20.00. With such small serving guidelines, one container will last for quite a while. Between the added nutritional value and how long one container will last, I would definitely recommend these pet nutrition supplements as a great value for the money. You'll be hard pressed to find another supplement that will offer the benefits of kelp at such a reasonable price.

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silicone valve bottle top

Fish Oil Supplements

As you can see in the photo above, all of these oils utilize silicon-valve dispenser caps that make dispensing clean and simple with no mess. The fish oil supplements I've used in the past (and there have been many), don't have a valve dispenser and can make a stinky mess if they spill. It's also hard to control the amount you dispense without a valve cap.

All of the fish oil pet nutrition supplements from Life Line Pet Nutrition offer numerous health benefits for pets. Countless studies have been done to prove that fish oil helps to keep a dog's mind and body in top shape.

Omega-3s, and in particular Eicosapentaenoic Acid (EPA) found in omega-3 fatty acids, are a powerful anti-inflammatory. This means that fish oil supplements can benefit dogs with a wide variety of inflammation related conditions such as auto-immune diseases, arthritis, hip dysplasia, and muscle strain or injury. Inflammation is also associated with post-surgical recovery, and fish oil can speed up dog's recovery following surgical procedures.

The EPA in fish oil will also improve your dog's skin and coat, making it shinier and healthier. This can be especially helpful if your dog suffers from an itchy, dry coat. The omega-3 fatty acids EPA and DHA are one of the major building blocks of the brain as well, and are crucial for proper brain function.

Research has shown that an excess of omega-6, which is frequently found in abundance in dog foods, can stimulate the growth of certain types of canine cancers. This over-consumption of omega-6 can be offset by supplementing with the omega 3’s found in fish oil.

From aiding in heart health to boosting the immune system, adding a fish oil supplement to your dog's regular diet is one of the easiest things you can do to promote good canine health and well-being. Life Line Pet Nutrition offers a variety of different fish oil supplements including:

  • Wild Alaskan Salmon Oil
  • Wild Alaskan Fish Oil
  • Anchovy & Borage Oil
  • Omega Fish Hemp Seed Oil
  • Alaskan Salmon Pollock Oil

Ranging in price from $20-$25.99, you can find all of these fish oil supplements on the company's website. Most of them are also available on Amazon. High quality fish oil is expensive, but the benefits for your pet are worth the cost. Speak to your veterinarian before adding fish oil to your dog's diet, but it is usually recommended for most every pet.

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