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Emu Oil News For December 2006
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Newsletter - Issue #3 - December 18th, 2006
Veterinarians warn that a lack of essential fatty acids in
If these signs are spotted at an early stage and remedied, a host of other problems can be prevented. The answer may entail a simple addition to the pet's diet.
Research indicates that omega 6 (linoleic acid) is the only essential fatty acid known to be needed by dogs, and one of only two needed by cats. Commercially processed animal food (especially reduced calorie) are often found lacking sufficient amounts of omega 6.
Consequently, cats and dogs may not be getting sufficient omega 6 because it is lacking in their diet. Omega 6 fatty acids are known to aid with, among other things:
*Regulation of blood
flow to body tissues
Research shows that the
supply of omega 6 and 3 in 100 percent natural emu oil could alleviate the
deficiency in the diet of cats. Pet owners are finding that when they
consistently add emu oil to their pet's diet, their cat or dog
Many cat owners who provide emu oil in their cat's diet say that fur balls are also no longer a problem. Based upon the numerous benefits of adding emu oil to a pet's diet, owners sat it is an inexpensive way to keep their pet healthy.
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