Seaweed For Dogs
Kelp | The Dog Breeders Favourite
Sustainably harvested off of the West Coast of Ireland, this brown seaweed (laminaria digitata) is a favourite of breeders worldwide. Rich in iodine, many vitamins and loaded with trace elements. Laminaria digitata stands out as one of the most nutrient dense sea vegetables.
As with other seaweeds it also contains bioactive compounds. Bioactive components that are present in this kelp include laminarin, fucoidan, alginic acid and fucoxanthin, but also many others which have been reported to improve gut health, reduce cholesterol and boost the immune system in a number of scientific studies.
A great all round health supplement used to improve coat condition, increase vitality and reinforce immune systems.
If your dog has never previously eaten seaweed, commence feeding with a small amount and gradually increase the quantity, until the below feeding recommendation is reached. For any questions about this product please contact us at info[at]SeaweedForDogs.com
Daily Feeding Amount
Feed 1/4 of the scoop* per 10 Kilograms of dogs body weight. For example, a 20 kg dog would be given half of a scoop, mixed thoroughly with food once a day.
If there is any other seaweed products in dogs diet do not exceed a 5% inclusion ratio of seaweed product to total feed.
*Included with 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 hypothyroidsim consult your veterinary practicioner
***Values presented are typical – actual values may vary slightly due to seasonal variations