By Bob Root
Koda OmegaLife is a product I developed as a vegan replacement for fish oil for dogs. The reason we developed OmegaLife was to provide Omega 3, 6 & 9’s without the vitamin A that i found in fish oil. Vitamin A can be toxic to humans and dogs if in too high a level.
I recently had a question escalated to me by our customer service team. It was, “Can I cook my dogs food using OmegaLife Oil?” The simple answer is, “Of Coarse!”
There are a number of our customers that feed their dogs using a “Raw” diet while others cook or partially cook the dogs food. If your recipe has you slow cooking or even stir-frying your dogs meat and vegetables, use Omegalife instead of oil. Estimate how many meals you are preparing times your dogs weight divided by 10 to determine how may squirts of oil you use. (For example, if you are cooking 1o meals and your dog weighs 10 pounds, it would be 10 squirts of OmegaLife in the food). If you are preparing the food as a “Raw” diet, it is okay to also squirt the OmegaLife into the food based on the above formula.
Remember in all cases, it is one squirt for each ten pounds times the estimated number of meals.
Just remember that you do not want to overheat the OmegaLife. Put the amount in a pan, turn on the heat and add the food.
Personally, I have been cooking for Jasper since the day he joined our family. The reason is that, “I know what is in his food when I make it.” The irony is that it is less expensive as well.
Any questions? Send me a comment and I will respond.