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Old November 13th, 2009, 04:25 PM
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Originally Posted by rainbow View Post
The amount of glucosamine and chondroitin in the Orijen would not be enough to make much difference. I don't know about cats but with dogs if you give too much fish oil (omega 3's) then they will get diarrhea and you just cut back the amount. Also, if the brand you supplement does not have vitamin e added then you need to supplement with that 2-3 times a week as fish oil depletes the body of vitamin e over time.
That is what I heard too, rainbow, but when I asked at the vitamin shop the owner told me that vit e is a preservative . He had never heard that omega 3's inhibit vit e absorbtion. Is it only in cats and dogs?
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