Take Care of Your Dog with a Powerful Microalgae Blend
A unique blend of Chlorella vulgaris and Nannochloropsis, Borvo Nutrients chlorella for dogs contains a whole host of nutrients and beneficial compounds that will help to look after your pet as they reach their older years in life.
Chlorella is one of the world's most well known microalgae and it contains a great source of protein, containing all nine essential amino acids. Chlorella also contains several compounds that have antioxidant properties, including chlorophyll, vitamin C, beta-carotene, lycopene and lutein.
Nannochloropsis sp. has a high concentration of polyunsaturated fatty acids, in particular omega-3’s (including EPA). Omega-3 is essential for cognitive and physical wellbeing. It cannot be produced naturally in the body and must therefore be consumed through food or supplements. Nannochloropsis also contains a host of vitamins (C, E, B12 and B1) as well as beneficial minerals. With our chlorella for dogs you can:
- Improve and sustain cognitive function
- Improve bone, joint and muscle health
- Maintain cardiovascular health
- Promote healthier skin and hair growth
- FEEDING IDEAS | Ideal for when the dog will not eat it on their food
European Organic powdered Nannochloropsis sp. and Chlorella vulgaris
Omega-3 fatty acids including EPA, vitamins, minerals, amino acids, polysaccharides, glycoproteins and antioxidants.
We always recommend to start with small amounts and work up to the recommended daily dosage
Once opened, use within 6 months.
Is chlorella safe for dogs?
Chlorella is safe for dogs. It is an excellent nutritional supplement with a wide array of health benefits in animals. Pets with allergies to iodine or mold should avoid chlorella.
What is chlorella used for in dogs?
Chlorella is used to boost the health of dogs. It lowers inflammation, improves digestion, boosts the immune system, supports eye health and helps to regulate blood pressure and blood sugar levels.
Can dogs have spirulina and chlorella?
Yes dogs can have both spirulina and chlorella as part of their daily diet. Adding both is a surefire way to boost your dog's overall health. If feeding both together, we recommend using half the suggested daily serving of each.
Are chlorella pyrenoidosa and chlorella vulgaris the same?
Chlorella pyrenoidosa and chlorella vulgaris are not the same. Chlorella Pyrenoidosa has a slightly thicker cell wall. However, when looking at chlorella pyrenoidosa vs chlorella vulgaris for dogs, the health benefits are almost identical.
I was giving this to my elderly Labrador who had been diagnosed with a Mast Cell Tumour, to help give her the best chance of fighting it for as long as possible. It’s a quality product and I’m sure it helped her but unfortunately she lost her battle 2 weeks ago and we had to say goodbye to her. I feel confident it did help her in her battle though.
I have ordered this and another spirulina product for my 2 golden retrievers who are 4 and 8 nearly 9 years old. Neither have any health issues and eat a raw diet with lots of vegetables, fruit and supplements. I think this does make a difference though and is a great supplement to introduce. My nearly 9 year old runs and plays like a dog half her age.
Great product to mix with my dogs food or wet products on their licky mats! So many great benefits and will recommed!
Since putting this in my dogs food I have noticed their coats are much softer and smoother. It also has so many benefits from brain function to joint and muscle health.