Free Form Snip Tips for cats

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Free Form Snip Tips provide a highly concentrated source of beneficial omega-3 fatty acids to support organ system health and overall wellness in small dogs and cats. The freed up fatty acids in Free Form allow for easy absorption and higher concentrations of EPA and DHA than found in some other fish oil products1. Free Form products are available in flexible dosing options to meet the needs of dogs and cats of all sizes.

Omega-3 fatty acids have been shown to play a beneficial role in many normal bodily systems and can support the health and wellness of your clients' pets in a number of ways.

Key benefits

  • Joint health2
  • Normal kidney3 and cardiovascular health4
  • Supports a normal and healthy inflammatory response throughout the body, including the skin5,6
  • Eye health7
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  • Cardiovascular health
  • Eye health
  • Joint health
  • Kidney health

CAUTION: Safe use in pregnant animals or animals intended for breeding has not been proven. If animal's condition worsens or does not improve, stop product administration and consult your veterinarian. An examination from a veterinarian is recommended prior to using this product.

WARNING: For animal use only. Keep out of reach of children and other animals. In case of accidental overdose, contact a veterinarian immediately.

Free Form Snip Tips for cats FAQs

What are the packaging specifications for Free Form Snip Tips for cats and small dogs?

Why omega-3 fatty acids are important for pets.


Form Snip Tips and Liquid are concentrated formulations of Omega-3 fatty acids that offer a number of health benefits for pets.

1Reference on file. Bayer.

2Caterson B, Little CB, Cramp J, et al. (2005). In:Hill’s European Symposium on OSA and Joint Health. 14-18.

3Brown SA, Brown CA, Crowell WA, et al. (1998). J Lab Clin Med. 131(5):447-455.

4Freeman LM, Rush JE, Keyayias JJ, et al. (1998). J Vet Intern Med. 12:440-448.

5Mueller RS, Fieseler KV, Fettman MJ, et al. (2004). J Sm Anim Prac. 45:293-297.

6Logas D, Kunkle GA. (1994). Vet Derm. 5(3):99-104.

7Bauer JE, Heinemann KM, Lees GE, et al. (2006). J Nutr. 136:1991S-1194S.

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