Thursday, July 16, 2015

The Story of Bonnie & Clyde Wild Omega-3 Fish Oil

  
   I’m sure that you’ve all heard of the notorious Bonnie and Clyde. Let me tell you the story of a modern-day duo by the same name. This Bonnie and Clyde are definitely not the criminal types. However, they are guilty of stealing the hearts of their pet parents. Jon Caldwell and his fiancée found the pair of snow white kittens in a barn a little over two years ago. After bringing them in from the cold, they nursed them back to health. It didn’t take long before they were head or heels in love with their new family members.
   Like all new parents, they wanted the best of everything for their kittens and that included adding fish oil to their diet. After investigating the products available on the market, they decided this was one product that needed to be improved.
Basset Hound in boat with Bonnie and Clyde's Wild Omega-3 Fish Oil


What makes Bonnie and Clyde Fish Oil Different?
   Bonnie & Clyde Wild Omega-3 Fish Oil is richer in EPA and DHA Omega-3 Fatty Acids than other brands. Their concentration is 18% EPA and 12% DHA vs. 8% EPA and 10% DHA in most others. One reason for this is they use wild caught Icelandic fish such as sardines, herring, anchovy, and mackerel. They decided against using the more common salmon because it has the lower concentration of Omega-3 Fatty Acids and is often resourced from fish farms. You’ll notice this oil is a clear yellow color and virtually odorless.
   Jon decided to add natural vitamin E since dogs need to consume more when they are eating increased polyunsaturated fatty acids. Although synthetic vitamin E is about 1/3 the cost of natural vitamin E (d-alpha tocopherol), it is not as easily absorbed by dogs. He did his research and consulted with a veterinary nutritionist before he decided on an exact blend.
Why are fish oil and vitamin e important?
*Better skin and coat
*Helps relieve joint problems and osteoarthritis
*Shows improvement with neurological and cognitive problems
*Important for cardiovascular health
*Aids in inflammatory or autoimmune disease
*Can effectively help renal disease and gastrointestinal health


Bonnie & Clyde Wild Omega-3 Fish Oil

How do I get my dog or cat to take it?
   Bonnie & Clyde has made giving their fish oil to your pets so easy. Each bottle is delivered to your door in a securely sealed bottle. You have a choice of a disc top cap for ease of pouring or a 2ml pump. I use the pump and it is incredibly convenient. After you open the bottle, you will want to keep it refrigerated. If properly stored, it can be used for up to four months. I keep my bottle in the fridge door and just squirt a couple of pumps directly on Bentley and Pierre’s food. (1 pump per 20 lbs.)They both love it. I believe they would lick it right off of a plate if I’d give it to them.
*Before adding supplements or making changes in your pet’s diet, I recommend consulting your veterinarian.
How much is this going to cost?
   If your dog weighs 50 pounds, a 16 oz. bottle will last about 99 days! That is normally about 19¢ per day. That would be a great price, but Bonnie & Clyde are having a huge summer savings sale! Instead of the regular price of $47.95, you can begin using this fabulous supplement for only $18.97! Did I mention FREE SHIPPING and 100% satisfaction guarantee? How is that for a Christmas in July sale?
My Personal Experience
   Bentley and Pierre eat Dr. Harvey’s Veg-to-Bowl and the instructions include adding my own protein and oil. I have been using Bonnie & Clyde’s Wild Omega-3 Fish Oil for over a month now. It has made a difference in the softness of their coats plus, no flaking or itching. I’ve also noticed Pierre’s stomach hasn’t given him any trouble since adding it to his diet. At the end of the day, I love knowing that both are getting the best that I can provide them. Bonnie & Clyde Wild Omega-3 Fish oil provide me with that confidence.

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15 comments :

  1. Oh yeah! I know fish oil is great for pets. Maddie isn't a big fan of seafood though. Must be something to do with my husband because he has a deathly allergy to it! I use eggs in their food to keep their coats shiny. It really works. This is a great review tho doll! xxxoooo

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  2. I have never heard of this brand, so we will have to go and check it out! Thanks for sharing!

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  3. Sounds fishy, Bentley! Love the cute photo of you. Can we go out water skiing with your boat? We don't use fish oil and with Mom not being a fan of fish, we probably won't get any. We finally have gotten some fish treats and we rotate the Merrick BackCountry fish variety in every third bag, but Mom is not keen on fish. I know she has some weird quirks.

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  4. maybe this oil works for me? we bought some but I didn't like it... maybe Bonnie&Clyde were right and it was really time to invent an oil what works and what we like?
    easy rider

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  5. Such an important supplement for your pooches.

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  6. You really do look like a fisherman there, Bentley.

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  7. Yay for vitamins and supplements! I will definitely have to check these out!

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  8. First of all, this product sounds fantastic!!!! Second...OMG I love that first photo of you Bentley! hahahah!
    ღ husky hugz ღ frum our pack at Love is being owned by a husky!

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  9. I was taking fish oil myself but ran out. Will have to look into this. Prevention is the best medicine. XS

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  10. Hi Y'all!

    Great supplement for both humans and pawed ones.

    Y'all come on by,
    Hawk aka BrownDog

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  11. OMD, thank you!!!!! I have been tryin' FOREVERS to find an easy and good fish oil supplement! I just placed my order, and will let you know how it worked!! The vettie wanted me to take this for my allergies, butts trying to get the right one has been a nightmare!
    Kisses,
    Ruby ♥

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  12. That's one great swamp hat there Bentley! Fish oil makes for a luxurious coat and soft skin. I expect it's doing a great job on the inside as well. I know I take it and make sure Sam gets his optimal share as well! :)

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  13. Fish oil is SO healthy for pets! Sounds like a great product. I love that photo of Bentley, it's so creative!
    Love & Biscuits,
    Dogs Luv Us and We Luv Them

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  14. hahaha love the picture! Great review.

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