Grizzly Krill Oil is an obvious choice for anyone wanting to safeguard their pet against the harmful actions of free radicals—the unstable molecules created primarily during digestion. In addition to supporting your dog or cat in fighting free radicals, the inherent antioxidants in Grizzly Krill Oil also help support the health of your pet’s liver, ocular, respiratory, cardiovascular and vascular functions, as well as helping to maintain good health in all the body’s cells and tissues.
Grizzly Krill Oil does not contain omega-3 fatty acids like other fish oils, but instead contains omega-3 lipids (phospholipids). Due to their chemical structure, phospholipids act much like an emulsifier that assists your pet in absorbing nutrients. Lipids are very important elements in all cell membrane structures; providing a variety of phospholipids in your pet’s diet helps maintain healthy membranes in the digestive tract, further benefiting overall nutrition absorption.
Grizzly Krill Oil is made with wild krill sustainably sourced from the pristine waters of Antarctica and harvested in accordance with international standards set by the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) and the Commission for the Conservation of Antarctic Marine Living Resources (CCAMLR).
Add to your dog’s or cat’s food. Use consistently on a long-term basis for best results.
|Body Weight||Pump Strokes|
|Up to 12 lbs||½ a day|
|12-25 lbs||1 a day|
|25-50 lbs||2 a day|
|50-100 lbs||3 a day|
|Over 100 lbs||4 a day|
Antarctic krill are tiny crustaceans that feed on microalgae making them an important part of the ocean food chain and one of the world’s largest biomasses. They are rich in antioxidants, Omega 3s, protein and vitamin A.
Astaxanthin is a naturally-occurring antioxidant inherent to krill, as evidenced by their deep red color.
Yes. Grizzly Krill Oil is a pure, unadulterated and unrefined krill oil. It has over 8 times the Antioxidants that the Krill Oil we as humans take. The Krill Oil in the human market has been heavily processed and refined to have a higher level of Omegas, but results in a much lower level of Antioxidants.
Disruptions to the body’s normal chemical process during digestion can release highly unstable and potentially damaging molecules called ‘free radicals.” Left unaddressed, these molecules can wreak havoc on the body’s cells. Antioxidants help your dog eliminate these “free radicals” from the body.
Absolutely. Wild Krill is not only highly sustainable but also highly regulated by multiple entities to ensure that fishing practices remain safe and sustainable. Krill has a safe catch limit of 10% of the Krill Biomass to ensure ample reproductivity. All the Krill harvesting results in less than 1% of the entire krill biomass, (Leaving plenty of food available for the whale population).
All our products are designed so you can use them simultaneously as they target different purposes and provide different means of support to your pets.