Maine Natural Health Company Brings Omega-3 Benefits to Pets

ROCKPORT, Maine, Nov 07, 2007 /PRNewswire via COMTEX/ -- High-dose omega-3 oils, which improve heart and brain health in humans, are good for pets too! That's why The Maine Natural Health Company, located in the Mid-Coast town of Rockport, has introduced OmegaMaine Pet(TM), a human-grade omega-3 oil for pets.
OmegaMaine Pet is the highest-potency all-natural omega-3 oil on the market for pets. Most omega-3 oils that are available for pets are either largely omega-3 ALA (an inactive omega-3 fatty acid) or have relatively low concentrations of EPA and DHA (the active fatty acids) and high concentrations of other fats that can cause weight gain.

Like all Maine Natural Health products, OmegaMaine Pet is made from quality ingredients and carefully packaged to retain its purity. One pet owner who has tried OmegaMaine Pet says his 17-year-old cat, who suffered from arthritis and extremely dry skin, quickly became more lively and active after being fed regular doses of the OmegaMaine Pet. The cat's coat and skin also improved.

OmegaMaine Pet is available from veterinarians and pet-friendly pharmacists and at, by calling (800) 797-2021 or by emailing [email protected].
About The Maine Natural Health Company

The Maine Natural Health Company was founded in 2005 by pharmaceutical and biotechnology industry executive Dr. Jeff Leighton. The company's nutraceutical products for people include OmegaMaine(TM) Omega-3 oils, the highest quality and highest potency pharmaceutical grade natural oils in the United States. In addition, MainerWhey(TM) Protein-based supplements are available in a variety of formulas to meet the needs of athletes or anyone seeking energy balance, hunger control, satiety, metabolic control, muscle building, and other health-related goals.

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