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Giving Your Pet Omega 3 After An Injury

After an injury, your pet experiences physical damage not only from the injury itself, but also from white blood cells responding to the injury to prevent infection. Under most conditions involving infections, this natural process of the white blood cells is beneficial. However, the enzymes found in white blood cells can be harmful to your pet's joints because of their damaging effect on the joint cartilage.

Giving your pet Omega 3 fatty acids may help to prevent damage to your pet's joint cartilage caused by blocking the excess of white blood cells in the immune system.

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Omega 3 gel caps can be punctured to mix the oils in with your pet's food.

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