Irish Kelp for Pets is a blend of three Irish Kelp. Taken from the fucacae and laminariacae families of brown seaweeds, this blend provides the benefits of three Kelps!
Irish Kelp for Pets Provides the Following Benefits:
- Antioxidant properties
- Boosts skin and coat condition
- Helps maintain glucose levels
- Supports a healthy immune system
- Bioavailable vitamins, minerals and trace elements
- Improve skin and coat condition
- Natural source of Fucoidan and Fucoxanthin
- Shipping is €5.50 worldwide and free for orders over €39
Sustainably harvested off the West coast of Ireland, the seaweeds in this blend are dried at low temperatures using a dehumidifier room. After being dried they are milled so that they can easily be mixed through your pet's feed.
100% Irish this Kelp blend is formulated by marine scientists that have worked for 30 years with seaweeds. Irish Kelp for Pets provides all the benefits of Kelp in one serving!
Small Dogs and Cats (<10kg).........1 Scoop
Medium Dogs (10-20kg).................1-2 Scoop
Large Dogs (>20KG)............................2 Scoops
*If using any other seaweed products in your pet's diet do not exceed a 5% inclusion ratio of seaweed product to total feed.
*Included is an easy-to-measure 2-gram scoop.
*Irish Kelp for Pets is not recommended for animals undergoing treatment for hyperthyroidism as contains a natural source of iodine. Start with a small amount and increase to the recommended amount.
thanks to Dr Brady for great product
I love this natural raw nutritious product available from source with minimal processing (drying and chopping i think. I really like the environmental friendly packaging and the cute little scoop too….. keeps the product lovely and dry.
My dogs coats have really improved, they love the taste and I believe it is helping to keep their gut healthy.
Two dogs and three cats all happily taking this supplement
This is an excellent product, my dogs love it and their condition has improved Greatly since they've had it.
Irish Kelp for Pets | Three Brown Seaweeds from the Coast of Ireland