Fera Pet’s Plant Based Omega 3’s Oil (Algae oil for dogs) An Honest Review

Omega 3 provided by algae oil is a new thing in the dog supplement world. It’s a vegetarian alternative to fish oil, but is it any good?


I’ve been trying out Fera Pet’s Plant Based Omega 3’s in order to give you an insight into this, what it is, how it works and how effective it is, so that the research is done for you, and you don’t need to (you’re welcome!).

So let’s start with a few basic things.

This is a sponsored post gained via pupfluence, however, it does not change my opinion on this product

What Is Algae Oil For Dogs?

Algae oil is a fantastic source of Omega 3. It comes from algae, a small, usually green, aquatic plant that is rich in nutrients, and is usually eaten by fish like Salmon. If you have ever had a fish tank? It’s why you buy

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Warning to dog owners over poisonous algae after collie almost dies

Emergency vets are issuing a warning today about blue-green algae, a bacteria found in bodies of water like ponds, which is highly toxic to dogs.

Vets Now, the pet equivalent of A&E, is calling on pet owners to take care when walking their dogs near water this summer and to look out for the green, blue green or brown coloured scum or foam.

It comes of the back of the British Veterinary Association (BVA) warning that hot weather conditions have led to concerns about an increase in toxic blue-green algae in locations across the UK, WalesOnline reports.

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One of the country’s leading emergency vets, Dr Laura Playforth, professional standards director at Vets Now, said: “Blue green algae, also known as cyanobacteria, are tiny organisms typically found in freshwater lakes, ponds, reservoirs and slow-moving rivers. It blooms

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