MaxxiOmega Oil For Dogs

For Healthy Skin, Shiny Coat & Overall Better Health

MaxxiOmega is an advanced fatty acid formula for dogs that is formulated for results. MaxxiOmega contains quality Omega 3, 6 and 9 for dogs, as well as natural antioxidants and vitamins.

Omega oil is a great source of fatty acids for dogs. Fatty acids are not only important for healthy skin and glossy coat, they have various other health benefits as well. But first…

What Are Fatty Acids And Why Are They Important For Your Dog's Health?

Fatty acids are types of polyunsaturated fats. They are important source of energy but fatty acids are also part of the cell membranes of all body tissues, necessary for normal function of the body.

There are many types of fatty acids and the body does produce most of them naturally (non-essential fatty acids). Others have to be obtained through the diet. These are what we call essential fatty acids.

Strictly speaking, only Omega 6 is an essential fatty acid for dogs. Most dogs though do not get the right ratio of Omega 3 and 6 from their diet, and therefore benefit from Omega 3 supplementation. However, supplementing Omega 3 affects the Omega 9 reserves in the body.

The best fatty acid supplements for dogs therefore contain Omega 3, 6 and 9, i.e. to secure the right balance of Omega in the body.

MaxxiOmega does contain quality Omega 3, 6 and 9 for dogs, as well as natural antioxidants and vitamins.

Omega 3

Omega 3 has anti-inflammatory properties and as such offers various health benefits for dogs.

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It helps with various dog skin problems, like dry itchy skin and dog skin allergies. Omega 3 can also improve dog arthritis, autoimmune conditions, cardiac diseases, eye disorders, epilepsy, and other common dog health related issues.

Omega 3 supplements for dogs should contain both DHA and EPA fatty acids. DHA (Docosahexaenoic Acid) and EPA (Eicosapentaenoic Acid) are the most important anti-inflammatory fatty acids. They are also important building blocks for healthy cell membrane structure.

Fish oil (salmon, tuna, sardines, cod liver) and flaxseeds are source of Omega 3. However, only fish oil contains the all-important DHA and EPA fatty acids.

Flaxseed oil does contain alpha-linolenic acid (ALA). ALA can be converted into EPA and DHA but it is not as effective. This is why fish oil is required as well as flaxseed oil.

Fish stores fat either in the body (salmon, tuna, mackerel, sardines) or in the liver (cod). The best fish oil for dogs come from fish that stores the fat in the body. This is because the body also stores Vitamin A and D in the liver and excessive level of those vitamins can harm the dogs liver.

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MaxxiOmega contains quality fish oil for dogs, i.e. for the all-important DHA and EPA fatty acids. The fish oil used comes from fish that stores the fat in the body (not fish liver oil).

MaxxiOmega also includes alpha linolenic acid from vegetable fats such as flaxseed.

Omega 6

Omega 6 is an essential fatty acid for dogs, i.e. the dogs must get it through their diet. For this reason, most commercial dog food today contains Omega 6 but the best sources of Omega 6 are soybean, sunflower, and safflower oils.

Many dogs still benefit from Omega 6 supplementation, e.g. dogs with dry itchy skin or dull brittle coat. Omega 6 is simply the best fatty acid for healthy skin and glossy coat.

Dogs with high-energy requirements also benefit from Omega 6 supplementation, like pregnant or nursing bitches, growing puppies and dogs involved in energetic sports like agility or flyball. Older dogs and dogs recovering from injury, accidents, or surgery, will also benefit from Omega 6 supplement.

MaxxiOmega oil for dogs contains Omega 6 from unrefined / expeller-pressed soybean oil.


Omega 9

Omega 9 is non-essential fatty acid, meaning the body can produce it naturally. However, increased level of DHA and EPA fatty acids (through Omega 3 supplementation) causes the body to use up its reserves of Omega 9.

So to obtain the right balance in the body, the best fatty acid formula for dogs contains the right combination of Omega 3, 6 and 9.

Omega 9 is often underestimated but it plays an important role in the body. It controls the blood sugar and helps to lower "bad" cholesterol and raise the "good" one.

MaxxiOmega contains the right balance of Omega 3, 6 and 9 for dogs.

Refined Vs. Un-Refined Oils

Refined oil have been processed and stripped of "impurities". However, they can often be the source of valuable nutrients that are lost through the processing.

Un-refined oils contain natural antioxidants like Vitamin E, beta-carotene, tocotrienols, and other tocopherols. Un-refined oils have longer shelf life, thanks to natural preservatives like tocopherols. They are also more easily digested.

MaxxiOmega oil for dogs contains unrefined / expeller-pressed soybean oil.

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But There Is More To MaxxiOmega Oil

Maxxi Omega fatty acid formula for dogs not only contains the right balance of quality Omega 3, 6, and 9. MaxxiOmega also includes important vitamins and natural antioxidants.

Biotin For Dogs

Biotin (or Vitamin H or B7) is one of the 8 vitamins that are found in the B-complex. The B Vitamins in general help promoting healthy nerves, mouth, skin, eyes, hair, and liver.

As well as help supporting and maintaining healthy skin and hair, Biotin is required for proper function of enzymes in the body.

This Study confirms the favorable effects of Biotin for dogs, i.e. for treating fur and skin conditions. All symptoms were reported to be cured in 60% of cases and further 31% reported improvement after Biotin treatment.


MaxxiOmega oil for dogs also includes Vitamin A, D3, and E.

Vitamin A is important for healthy skin and coat. Vitamin A deficiency can result in various skin and coat conditions, poor growth, dull coat, and night blindness.

Vitamin D is required for the regulation of the minerals calcium and phosphorus found in the body and plays an important role in maintaining proper bone structure.

Most importantly, Omega oils for dogs should always include Vitamin E as Omega 3 and 6 increase the body's requirements for Vitamin E. Not adding Vitamin E, when giving your dog fish oil, can lead to Vitamin E deficiency in relatively short time.


Mixed Tocopherols

Mixed tocopherols are additional source of Vitamin E and an antioxidant (protects cells from free radicals). As well as being good source of Vitamin E, mixed tocopherols are natural preservatives and safer (healthier) option than artificial preservatives.

We Don't Compromise On Quality

MaxxiOmega is made in the USA in GMP and NASC (National Animal Supplement Council) certified manufacturing facility and contains only premium quality ingredients, tested for purity and potency.

We do not accept any manufacturing batch unless it conforms to all product specifications, including contains all the ingredients according to specification at the date of manufacturing.

The photo shows a MaxxiOmega Certificate of Analysis for a specific manufacturing batch. It shows that MaxxiOmega conforms to all product specification (physical, analytical and microbiological).

COA-Omega-December-15-plain-Photo-SMALL.jpgIf you like to see the Certificate of Analysis for any specific batch, just Contact Us with the lot number and we will send you a copy.

Which Dogs Benefit From Omega Oil Supplementation

As we have seen, fatty acids are not only important for healthy skin and coat. Omega oil has various other health benefits for dogs. Most dogs will therefore benefit from quality Omega oil supplementation. Few dogs receive the right balance of all the "goodies" that MaxxiOmega contains from the diet alone.

However, dogs that may especially benefit from MaxxiOmega oil for dogs include:

  • Dogs suffering from skin problems, e.g. dry, itchy skin or skin allergy
  • Dogs suffering from dull, brittle coat
  • Dogs on improperly managed homemade diet
  • Dogs on low quality commercial dog food
  • Dogs on low-fat diet
  • Pregnant or nursing bitches
  • Growing puppies
  • Dogs with high energy requirements, e.g. some types of working dogs
  • Dogs involved in high energy activities, e.g. agility or flyball
  • Dogs recovering from accidents, injury or surgery
  • Older dogs
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