Like humans, dogs can’t produce omega-3s on their own. They must get them from their diet. The omega-3s they need — referred to as EPA and DHA — are specifically found in cold water fish like salmon or anchovies, as well as algae. These important nutrients have been shown to benefit their heart, brain, joints and immune system, as well as their skin and coat.

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