Canident | Look after your dog
Canident | Look after your dog
Canident | Look after your dog

Canident | Look after your dog

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Look after your dog with Canident

                       Mixed and milled easy to use powderFormulated by marine scientistsBlend of Brown Seaweeds, nothing elseIrish Flag as Canident is 100% Irish
  • Naturally Organic
  • Sustainably Harvested Irish Atlantic Seaweeds            
  • Irish Owned | Irish Operated | Irish Ingredients
  • Available in 150 gram and 300 gram sizes
  • Shipping is €4.50 worldwide and free for orders over €34
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Canident, Natures Helper

Completely natural and chemical free, Canident contains only brown seaweeds from the Atlantic coast of Ireland. An easy to use feed addition, Canident is an excellent addition to any dogs diet.

Canident, an easy to use natural seaweed feed supplement, works systemically through a dogs system keeping your dog healthy from within.

Feeding Instructions

Feeding recommendation chart for Canident

If your dog has never previously eaten seaweed, commence feeding with a small amount and gradually increase the quantity, until the feeding recommendation is achieved. If Canident is not having a positive effect after a couple of months, then increase the amount being fed until desirable results are reached. For any questions about this product, you can contact us at info[at]

Cartoon image of a dog bowl with Canident sprinkles falling into it and sprinkle on every meal in text below

Daily Feeding Amount

Dogs should be fed 0.5 to 1 serving of the scoop* per 10 Kilograms of body weight. For example, a 20 kg dog would be given 1 to 2 scoops, mixed thoroughly with food once a day.

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 in this supplement is an easy-to-measure 2-gram scoop.

**This product is not intended to replace any veterinary medication or prescribed diets.

***If a dog is suffering from hyperthyroidism or is on medication for hypothyroidism consult your veterinary practitioner

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