Why I Recommend These 3 Store-Bought Dog Supplements

I’ve used the following store-bought dog supplements for my pups repeatedly over the years and strongly recommend them.

Just FYI, I’m very picky as far as what I recommend to others, but the following 3 products made the cut!

Why I Recommend These 3 Store-Bought Dog Supplements

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Bonnie & Clyde Pet Goods – Fish Oil

The first out of the 3 dog supplements that made the cut is Bonnie & Clyde‘s premium fish oil. In my opinion, it’s THE best that’s currently available on the market!

Just FYI, you don’t need to add fish oil if you’re including raw fish with your pup’s raw meals. But if you can’t always source raw fish, this oil is a wonderful alternative.

It’s also a great health booster for kibble and wet dog food!

Bonnie & Clyde Wild Omega-3 fish oil is one way to include healthy fats in raw dog food

Bonnie & Clyde’s fish oil is human grade, wild caught, and sustainably fished.

It has an extremely high EPA/DHA Omega-3 Fatty Acid content & non-GMO Vitamin E. 2 ml of the fish oil contain 276mg EPA, 184mg DHA, and 40IU Natural Vitamin E.

The fish oil is extracted from sardines, anchovies, and mackerels, which are sourced in the South Pacific (Chile, Peru). Sometimes they’re also sourced off the coast of North Africa (Morocco), depending on seasonal availability.

It’s more concentrated than salmon, pollock, krill, and cod liver oil.

Fish oil is a natural anti-inflammatory. As such, it battles the following conditions:

  • Flaky Skin & Coat
  • Joint Problems & Osteoarthritis
  • Neurological & Cognition Problems
  • Cardiovascular Health Problems
  • Inflammatory or Autoimmune Disease
  • Renal Disease & Gastrointestinal Health

Studies have found that dogs will typically start experiencing benefits within 3-8 weeks of daily fish oil intake.

Bonnie & Clyde’s Wild Fish Oil lasts 4 months once opened and needs to be refrigerated. Every bottle of wild fish oil comes with a convenient, easy-to-serve 2 ml-pump and a pouring cap.

Raw Paws Pet Food – Organic Sea Kelp

The second out of my favorite 3 dog supplements is Raw Paws’ kelp. It’s harvested from the cleanest waters on earth, right off the coast of Iceland.

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Kelp from Raw Paws Pet Food

Kelp is a seaweed that’s chock full of vitamins, minerals, trace elements, and amino acids.

These are its benefits:

  • Reduces itchiness
  • Keeps the skin healthy
  • Natural source of iodine, which helps support the thyroid function and overall metabolism
  • Promotes oral health by reducing buildup of plaque and tartar 

Kelp also helps repel fleas, so I’ve added it to my list of natural pest preventatives!

Tip: Save 15% at Raw Paws Pet Food with my affiliate discount code K9Savings!

Raw Paws Pet Food – Raw Goat’s Milk

And last but not least, # 3 on my list of best dog supplements is Raw Paws’ goat milk for dogs.

It’s chock full of easily digested probiotics, vitamins, minerals and Omega-3 fatty acids.

It’s a great digestive aid that can help with chronic diseases like kidney, liver and gastrointestinal diseases.

You can also use it to entice your picky eater to dig in!

Dogs can have 2 daily fl oz of raw goat milk per 25 lbs of body weight.

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The Raw Paws Pet Food Variety Pack for raw feeding beginners consists of balanced dog meals that are ready to be fed once thawed. They include chicken, beef, green tripe, turkey, goat, lamb, atlantic salmon, and goat milk.

I recommend Raw Paws’ Variety Pack for beginners because it consists of several different proteins for your pup AND also includes a bottle of raw goat milk.

Tip: Save 15% at Raw Paws Pet Food with my affiliate discount code K9Savings!

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Barbara launched her blog K9sOverCoffee in 2014 and has been feeding her dogs raw dog food since 2015. As a former professional dog walker, she’s passionate about balancing species-appropriate exercise with healthy dog nutrition. Barbara is raw dog food nutrition certified from “Dogs Naturally Magazine” and the author of several e-books about minimally processed, balanced raw dog food.


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