Disclaimer: I was sent a free bottle of the product to use in our home and share the benefits with you.
High quality fish oil is a MUST in your cat’s diet. I’ve been feeding a home made diet to my boys for almost a year now, and the veterinarian I consulted with about this diet change told me that if Tommy would eat it, always use the maximum amount of fish oil for the recipe. Tommy has a few problems. One issue we’ve dealt with is irritation of his bladder walls, and the doctor said this should help because of it’s wonderful anti-inflammatory properties.
It’s also said that it can help promote weight loss, but Tommy doesn’t have that problem currently. He’s been enormous in the past, but he’s honestly able to eat more on this diet than he’s ever had before in his life, and he’s still a very svelte, if large, cat.
TerraMax Pro’s Premium Wild Alaskan Salmon Oil is sourced from salmon exclusively from the pristine waters of Alaska, using only sustainable and environmentally responsible fishing methods. The salmon oil is then purified with one of the best purification methods that exist, called Molecular Distillation. Molecular Distillation is one of the few methods that can remove heavy metals, PCB’s and other toxins to below detectable limits, making it safe for consumption.
Well… Here we go… Let’s make some cat food with our TerraMax Pro!
While that’s in the oven, we need to prep the slurry. The fish oil has always been the longest part of this step because I’ve been piercing and squeezing about 60 capsules open, for months.
Not today. Our bottle of TerraMax Pro Wild Alaskan Salmon oil comes with two convenient tops: a squeeze tip and a pump.
Now that I’m working with a pump, check out how fast this went to get enough of our salmon oil for this 21 lb batch of cat food:
TerraMax Pro Wild Alaskan Salmon Oil isn’t just got keeping your cats healthy. It’s great for your dogs as well.
While *EPA, one of the two omega 3 fatty acids in salmon oil, can help with any condition that causes inflammation of the heart, kidneys, skin, and joints. * DHA, the other omega 3 fatty acid in salmon oil, is important in brain and eye development in puppies and kittens and is recommended for pregnant or nursing pets. Omega 3s also can help ease inflammation due to allergies, and reduce dry, itchy skin. This can be an effective way to potentially decrease the incidence of hot spots.
I love that I’m providing the best that I can for my cats. Tom thinks his cat food mix is delicious and is always asking for more. His coat is glossy, he’s full of energy, and is at the top of his game at 8 years old.