arcanatura pet giveaway

Happy Holidays!

Sticking with the pet theme, today’s giveaway is for natural pet products – one I use for Basil is the Resolution-3 Omega-3 DHA supplement, a vegan alternative to fish oil for pets. DHA benefits range from brain function to anti inflammatory – I began giving Basil an omega supplement because he has some knee issues (just like his mama…).

The other product is “Tick’d Off” – a two part tick removal system. I have not had to use it  (knock, knock), but it is nice to have. If I have it I won’t need it, right?

Giveaway is for one bottle of each, the DHA supplement and the Tick’d Off.

Five ways to enter, please leave a comment for each:

1) Do you use a DHA supplement? Do you give one to your pet?

2) Tweet this –>

enter the natural pet products giveaway from @spabettie and arcanatura –>  http://www.spabettie.com/?p=8890

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4) follow spabettie on twitter

5) like spabettie on facebook

Enter through December 20. Winner emailed December 21.

giveaway sponsored by arcanatura

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Comments

  1. spabettiemom says

    Our two doxies…Jake & Elwood..would love to try this supplement..this actually sounds like something I need too..hee hee

  2. Nancy B. says

    I’ve been taking krill oil lately. I haven’t thought about giving some to the dog. It sounds like a good idea, though.

    BTW, we’re Portland wannabees. Love your blog!

  3. Rebecca says

    I have DHA supplements every day and i remember i started taking fish oil in 8th grade and started exercising, eating healthier, being more focused and doing better in school! Now since I’ve become vegetarian/vegan, i don’t take it anymore and just the DHA! And no, haven’t even thought about giving DHA to a dog!

  4. bitt says

    I do use DHA but haven’t given any to the pups get. the vet recommended it and I was uncertain what to do because of the vegan thing. thanks for an option!

    • says

      Hi Jessica! As I also wrote to Ashley, Omegas are highly sensitive to heat, so most pet foods/treats that claim to contain Omega-3 have little to none of the DHA nutrition. The best way to ensure your dog is getting enough Omega-3 is though a daily supplement. Ours is super easy since you just top a tiny bit of the tasteless liquid onto their usual meal. Best of luck in the giveaway!

    • says

      Hey Ashley! Since Omegas are highly sensitive to heat, most pet foods/treats that claim to contain Omega-3 have little to none of the DHA nutrition. The best way to ensure your dog is getting enough Omega-3 is though a daily supplement. Ours is super easy since you just top a tiny bit of the tasteless liquid onto their usual meal. Hope you find that info helpful! Good luck in the contest!

  5. says

    I don’t give Sushi any supplements but I just took her to the vet and was told she has arthritis in one of her knees! Bad knees, just like her momma too 😉 I wonder if this would help her out!

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