This Auum Pets supplement, an Omega-3 formulation, has been specially designed for dogs and cats. Not only does it provide the necessary balance of Omega-6:Omega-3 ratio, it has vitally important fat soluble Vitamins A, D and E. It is completely “fish oil free”.
Auum Pets is fashioned after the original diet of the Canadian Eskimo Dog. These special sled dogs led Admiral Perry to discover the North Pole in 28 days. They are capable of pulling 13 hours a day in -40C temperatures.
Because their natural raw meat diet is enriched with seal blubber, they consume massive amounts of Omega-3 and associated fat soluble vitamins A, D and E. Their extreme endurance, staggering strength and the three beautiful layers of rich fur, are testaments to a diet rich in mammalian Omega 3.
The ideal omega 3 fat soluble supplement for both dogs and cats!
- Mammalian omega 3 contains EPA, DHA and DPA
- Added D3, vitamin A (beta carotene and retinal palmitate) and vitamin E
- DPA has a neuronal affinity enhancing nerve function
- Contains the correct ratio of omega 6:omega 3 for mammals – a 1:1 ratio
- This powerful omega 3 helps to correct dietary imbalances and reduce inflammation
- Mammalian omega 3s have the configuration that allows for phenomenal uptake
- In addition to anti-cancer properties, D3 helps regulate calcium intake and promotes normal bone development
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“Our 15-year-old Jack Russell Terrier, ‘Iggy’, recently incurred an unfortunate head injury. This was of great concern to my wife and I, as you can imagine. Soon after we started adding a teaspoon of the Auum Omega 3 mammalian oil in his morning food, we noticed a remarkable acceleration in Iggy’s healing.” — Brian Coburn
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Dr. Jan Dadson DVM, VP Veterinary Medicine
Dr. Dadson operated Wingrove Veterinary Services (Guelph) for thirty years. He provided mixed animal services to the surrounding area becoming experienced in soft tissue as well as orthopedic surgery, diagnostic ultrasound, provincial emergency meat inspection, and all aspects of a full service veterinary clinic. He organized health care and procedures for one of the first Elk farms dedicated to the collection of Elk velvet and was the vet of record for the largest importer / exporter of reptiles in Canada providing regulatory backup and supplies. He became known as “the Boxer Vet” due to providing services to one of the premier Boxer breeders in North America.
After selling his practice Dr. Dadson operated a mobile practice providing care to dogs and cats in their owner’s homes. He has investigated treatment protocol for degenerative myelopathy (DM). DM is an ascending paralysis of dogs, which appeared as a new entity in his final year at his Wingrove practice. His continuing clinical investigations with Auum Pets formulations, beginning in 2012, resulted in a written paper outlining his parallel observations and assessments reflected in both animal and human patients using the Auum omega-3 supplements. Although not yet published it was referenced at the University of Toronto conference on Alternative Methods for Treating Autism and ADHD in Children.