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Nutritional Yeast

An Excellent Source Of Protein (52%), Containing Essential Amino Acids. Gluten Free. Rich In Vitamins, Especially The B-Complex Vitamins. An Excellent Source Of Folic Acid, Which Is Important For Formation, Growth, And Reproduction Of Red Blood Cells.

Lecithin

Lecithin (Lĕs'ə-Thĭn)
(Nervous, Circulatory) Is A Fatlike Substance Called A Phospholipid. It Is Produced Daily By The Liver If The Diet Is Adequate. It Is Needed By Every Cell In The Body And Is A Key Building Block Of Cell Membranes; Without It, They Would Harden. Lecithin Protects Cells From Oxidation And Largely Comprises The Protective Sheaths Surrounding The Brain. It Is Composed Mostly Of B Vitamins, Phosphoric Acid, Choline, Linoleic Acid And Inositol. Although It Is A Fatty Substance, It Is Also A Fat Emulsifier. Hence, It Supports The Circulatory System. Its Choline Is Useful For Making Acetylcholine

Kelp

Kelp Contains Approximately 30 Minerals. It Is A Rich Source Of Iodine, Calcium, Sulfur, And Silicon. Other Minerals Include Phosphorus, Iron, Sodium, Potassium, Magnesium, Chloride, Copper, Zinc, Manganese, Barium, Boron, Chromium, Lithium, Nickel, Silver, Titanium, Vanadium, Aluminum, Strontium, Bismuth, Chlorine, Cobalt, Gallium, Tin, And Zirconium. Kelp Also Contains Vitamins C, E, D, K, And B Complex. The Highest Concentrations Of These Vitamins And Minerals Are Found In The Tissues Of Kelp. Since Kelp Is Such A Valuable Source Of Nutrients, It Is Often Recommended As Adietary Supplement, Particularly For People With Mineral Deficiencies.

Calciun Citrate

Calcium Citrate Is Rich In Calcium, Phosphorous, Protein, And Trace Minerals. Phosphorous Allows Other Nutrients To Absorb Into The Bloodstream Faster, And Therefore, Bone Meal Is Especially Useful For Older Dogs And Dogs That May Suffer From Digestive Disorders. It Used To Be Common Practice To Sprinkle A Little Bone Meal On A Dog's Food When It's Suffering From Diarrhea Or "Garbage Gut" (Which Is Bloating And Flatulence When Dogs Over-Indulge In Human Food Or From Eating Garbage.) If You're Making Homemade Dog Food, You Can Simply Sprinkle Bone Meal On Each Serving Or Add It To Your Mixture.

Vitamin C

Vitamin C Works With Vitamin E And Helps Regenerate Vitamin E, Potentiating Its Antioxidant Effect. Vitamin C Supplementation Does No Harm, Since The Excess Is Excreted Through The Kidney. While Dogs Produce Vitamin C In Their Bodies (Unlike Human Beings And Guinea Pigs Who Must Have It In Their Diet), Under Stress Or Disease, They May Need Vitamin C In Excess Of Their Manufacturing Capacity. In Excessive Dose, Vitamin C Can Cause Flatulence And Diarrhea. This Intestinal Tolerance Level Varies Among Dogs, But Is Generally Around 3000 Mg Per Day In An Adult German Shepherd. I Recommend This Be Given To All Dogs. For Dogs Under 2 Years Of Age, Give 250 Mg Vitamin C Twice A Day. For Dogs Over 2 Years Of Age, Give 500 Mg Of Vitamin C Twice A Day.

Flaxseed

Its High Content Of Alpha Linolenic Acids Has Made The Ancient Flax Seed Become Our Modern Miracle Food. Alpha Linolenic Acid (ALA) Is A Type Of Plant-Derived Omega 3 Fatty Acid, Similar To Those Found In Fish Such As Salmon. Benefits Of Flax Seed As Shown In Many Studies Include Lowering Total Cholesterol And LDL Cholesterol (The Bad Cholesterol) Levels. Other Benefits Show That Flax Seed May Also Help Lower Blood Triglyceride And Blood Pressure. It May Also Keep Platelets From Becoming Sticky Therefore Reducing The Risk Of A Heart Attack.

The Information Contained Within These Pages Is Intended For Pet Nutrition And Health Information. If Your Animal Shows Signs Of Continued Illness, Please Consult A Licensed Veterinarian.


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Healthy Powder

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Nutritional Yeast

An Excellent Source Of Protein (52%), Containing Essential Amino Acids. Gluten Free. Rich In Vitamins, Especially The B-Complex Vitamins. An Excellent Source Of Folic Acid, Which Is Important For Formation, Growth, And Reproduction Of Red Blood Cells.

Lecithin

Lecithin (Lĕs'ə-Thĭn)
(Nervous, Circulatory) Is A Fatlike Substance Called A Phospholipid. It Is Produced Daily By The Liver If The Diet Is Adequate. It Is Needed By Every Cell In The Body And Is A Key Building Block Of Cell Membranes; Without It, They Would Harden. Lecithin Protects Cells From Oxidation And Largely Comprises The Protective Sheaths Surrounding The Brain. It Is Composed Mostly Of B Vitamins, Phosphoric Acid, Choline, Linoleic Acid And Inositol. Although It Is A Fatty Substance, It Is Also A Fat Emulsifier. Hence, It Supports The Circulatory System. Its Choline Is Useful For Making Acetylcholine

Kelp

Kelp Contains Approximately 30 Minerals. It Is A Rich Source Of Iodine, Calcium, Sulfur, And Silicon. Other Minerals Include Phosphorus, Iron, Sodium, Potassium, Magnesium, Chloride, Copper, Zinc, Manganese, Barium, Boron, Chromium, Lithium, Nickel, Silver, Titanium, Vanadium, Aluminum, Strontium, Bismuth, Chlorine, Cobalt, Gallium, Tin, And Zirconium. Kelp Also Contains Vitamins C, E, D, K, And B Complex. The Highest Concentrations Of These Vitamins And Minerals Are Found In The Tissues Of Kelp. Since Kelp Is Such A Valuable Source Of Nutrients, It Is Often Recommended As Adietary Supplement, Particularly For People With Mineral Deficiencies.

Calciun Citrate

Calcium Citrate Is Rich In Calcium, Phosphorous, Protein, And Trace Minerals. Phosphorous Allows Other Nutrients To Absorb Into The Bloodstream Faster, And Therefore, Bone Meal Is Especially Useful For Older Dogs And Dogs That May Suffer From Digestive Disorders. It Used To Be Common Practice To Sprinkle A Little Bone Meal On A Dog's Food When It's Suffering From Diarrhea Or "Garbage Gut" (Which Is Bloating And Flatulence When Dogs Over-Indulge In Human Food Or From Eating Garbage.) If You're Making Homemade Dog Food, You Can Simply Sprinkle Bone Meal On Each Serving Or Add It To Your Mixture.

Vitamin C

Vitamin C Works With Vitamin E And Helps Regenerate Vitamin E, Potentiating Its Antioxidant Effect. Vitamin C Supplementation Does No Harm, Since The Excess Is Excreted Through The Kidney. While Dogs Produce Vitamin C In Their Bodies (Unlike Human Beings And Guinea Pigs Who Must Have It In Their Diet), Under Stress Or Disease, They May Need Vitamin C In Excess Of Their Manufacturing Capacity. In Excessive Dose, Vitamin C Can Cause Flatulence And Diarrhea. This Intestinal Tolerance Level Varies Among Dogs, But Is Generally Around 3000 Mg Per Day In An Adult German Shepherd. I Recommend This Be Given To All Dogs. For Dogs Under 2 Years Of Age, Give 250 Mg Vitamin C Twice A Day. For Dogs Over 2 Years Of Age, Give 500 Mg Of Vitamin C Twice A Day.

Flaxseed

Its High Content Of Alpha Linolenic Acids Has Made The Ancient Flax Seed Become Our Modern Miracle Food. Alpha Linolenic Acid (ALA) Is A Type Of Plant-Derived Omega 3 Fatty Acid, Similar To Those Found In Fish Such As Salmon. Benefits Of Flax Seed As Shown In Many Studies Include Lowering Total Cholesterol And LDL Cholesterol (The Bad Cholesterol) Levels. Other Benefits Show That Flax Seed May Also Help Lower Blood Triglyceride And Blood Pressure. It May Also Keep Platelets From Becoming Sticky Therefore Reducing The Risk Of A Heart Attack.

The Information Contained Within These Pages Is Intended For Pet Nutrition And Health Information. If Your Animal Shows Signs Of Continued Illness, Please Consult A Licensed Veterinarian.


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Nutritional Yeast

An Excellent Source Of Protein (52%), Containing Essential Amino Acids. Gluten Free. Rich In Vitamins, Especially The B-Complex Vitamins. An Excellent Source Of Folic Acid, Which Is Important For Formation, Growth, And Reproduction Of Red Blood Cells.

Lecithin

Lecithin (Lĕs'ə-Thĭn)
(Nervous, Circulatory) Is A Fatlike Substance Called A Phospholipid. It Is Produced Daily By The Liver If The Diet Is Adequate. It Is Needed By Every Cell In The Body And Is A Key Building Block Of Cell Membranes; Without It, They Would Harden. Lecithin Protects Cells From Oxidation And Largely Comprises The Protective Sheaths Surrounding The Brain. It Is Composed Mostly Of B Vitamins, Phosphoric Acid, Choline, Linoleic Acid And Inositol. Although It Is A Fatty Substance, It Is Also A Fat Emulsifier. Hence, It Supports The Circulatory System. Its Choline Is Useful For Making Acetylcholine

Kelp

Kelp Contains Approximately 30 Minerals. It Is A Rich Source Of Iodine, Calcium, Sulfur, And Silicon. Other Minerals Include Phosphorus, Iron, Sodium, Potassium, Magnesium, Chloride, Copper, Zinc, Manganese, Barium, Boron, Chromium, Lithium, Nickel, Silver, Titanium, Vanadium, Aluminum, Strontium, Bismuth, Chlorine, Cobalt, Gallium, Tin, And Zirconium. Kelp Also Contains Vitamins C, E, D, K, And B Complex. The Highest Concentrations Of These Vitamins And Minerals Are Found In The Tissues Of Kelp. Since Kelp Is Such A Valuable Source Of Nutrients, It Is Often Recommended As Adietary Supplement, Particularly For People With Mineral Deficiencies.

Calciun Citrate

Calcium Citrate Is Rich In Calcium, Phosphorous, Protein, And Trace Minerals. Phosphorous Allows Other Nutrients To Absorb Into The Bloodstream Faster, And Therefore, Bone Meal Is Especially Useful For Older Dogs And Dogs That May Suffer From Digestive Disorders. It Used To Be Common Practice To Sprinkle A Little Bone Meal On A Dog's Food When It's Suffering From Diarrhea Or "Garbage Gut" (Which Is Bloating And Flatulence When Dogs Over-Indulge In Human Food Or From Eating Garbage.) If You're Making Homemade Dog Food, You Can Simply Sprinkle Bone Meal On Each Serving Or Add It To Your Mixture.

Vitamin C

Vitamin C Works With Vitamin E And Helps Regenerate Vitamin E, Potentiating Its Antioxidant Effect. Vitamin C Supplementation Does No Harm, Since The Excess Is Excreted Through The Kidney. While Dogs Produce Vitamin C In Their Bodies (Unlike Human Beings And Guinea Pigs Who Must Have It In Their Diet), Under Stress Or Disease, They May Need Vitamin C In Excess Of Their Manufacturing Capacity. In Excessive Dose, Vitamin C Can Cause Flatulence And Diarrhea. This Intestinal Tolerance Level Varies Among Dogs, But Is Generally Around 3000 Mg Per Day In An Adult German Shepherd. I Recommend This Be Given To All Dogs. For Dogs Under 2 Years Of Age, Give 250 Mg Vitamin C Twice A Day. For Dogs Over 2 Years Of Age, Give 500 Mg Of Vitamin C Twice A Day.

Flaxseed

Its High Content Of Alpha Linolenic Acids Has Made The Ancient Flax Seed Become Our Modern Miracle Food. Alpha Linolenic Acid (ALA) Is A Type Of Plant-Derived Omega 3 Fatty Acid, Similar To Those Found In Fish Such As Salmon. Benefits Of Flax Seed As Shown In Many Studies Include Lowering Total Cholesterol And LDL Cholesterol (The Bad Cholesterol) Levels. Other Benefits Show That Flax Seed May Also Help Lower Blood Triglyceride And Blood Pressure. It May Also Keep Platelets From Becoming Sticky Therefore Reducing The Risk Of A Heart Attack.

The Information Contained Within These Pages Is Intended For Pet Nutrition And Health Information. If Your Animal Shows Signs Of Continued Illness, Please Consult A Licensed Veterinarian.


Calorie Content

Turkey Calories
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Ground Turkey

Brown Rice or
Potato (Grain Free)

Yams

Green Beans

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Turkey Dinner
Supplemental Info

Nutritional Yeast

An Excellent Source Of Protein (52%), Containing Essential Amino Acids. Gluten Free. Rich In Vitamins, Especially The B-Complex Vitamins. An Excellent Source Of Folic Acid, Which Is Important For Formation, Growth, And Reproduction Of Red Blood Cells.

Lecithin

Lecithin (Lĕs'ə-Thĭn)
(Nervous, Circulatory) Is A Fatlike Substance Called A Phospholipid. It Is Produced Daily By The Liver If The Diet Is Adequate. It Is Needed By Every Cell In The Body And Is A Key Building Block Of Cell Membranes; Without It, They Would Harden. Lecithin Protects Cells From Oxidation And Largely Comprises The Protective Sheaths Surrounding The Brain. It Is Composed Mostly Of B Vitamins, Phosphoric Acid, Choline, Linoleic Acid And Inositol. Although It Is A Fatty Substance, It Is Also A Fat Emulsifier. Hence, It Supports The Circulatory System. Its Choline Is Useful For Making Acetylcholine

Kelp

Kelp Contains Approximately 30 Minerals. It Is A Rich Source Of Iodine, Calcium, Sulfur, And Silicon. Other Minerals Include Phosphorus, Iron, Sodium, Potassium, Magnesium, Chloride, Copper, Zinc, Manganese, Barium, Boron, Chromium, Lithium, Nickel, Silver, Titanium, Vanadium, Aluminum, Strontium, Bismuth, Chlorine, Cobalt, Gallium, Tin, And Zirconium. Kelp Also Contains Vitamins C, E, D, K, And B Complex. The Highest Concentrations Of These Vitamins And Minerals Are Found In The Tissues Of Kelp. Since Kelp Is Such A Valuable Source Of Nutrients, It Is Often Recommended As Adietary Supplement, Particularly For People With Mineral Deficiencies.

Calciun Citrate

Calcium Citrate Is Rich In Calcium, Phosphorous, Protein, And Trace Minerals. Phosphorous Allows Other Nutrients To Absorb Into The Bloodstream Faster, And Therefore, Bone Meal Is Especially Useful For Older Dogs And Dogs That May Suffer From Digestive Disorders. It Used To Be Common Practice To Sprinkle A Little Bone Meal On A Dog's Food When It's Suffering From Diarrhea Or "Garbage Gut" (Which Is Bloating And Flatulence When Dogs Over-Indulge In Human Food Or From Eating Garbage.) If You're Making Homemade Dog Food, You Can Simply Sprinkle Bone Meal On Each Serving Or Add It To Your Mixture.

Vitamin C

Vitamin C Works With Vitamin E And Helps Regenerate Vitamin E, Potentiating Its Antioxidant Effect. Vitamin C Supplementation Does No Harm, Since The Excess Is Excreted Through The Kidney. While Dogs Produce Vitamin C In Their Bodies (Unlike Human Beings And Guinea Pigs Who Must Have It In Their Diet), Under Stress Or Disease, They May Need Vitamin C In Excess Of Their Manufacturing Capacity. In Excessive Dose, Vitamin C Can Cause Flatulence And Diarrhea. This Intestinal Tolerance Level Varies Among Dogs, But Is Generally Around 3000 Mg Per Day In An Adult German Shepherd. I Recommend This Be Given To All Dogs. For Dogs Under 2 Years Of Age, Give 250 Mg Vitamin C Twice A Day. For Dogs Over 2 Years Of Age, Give 500 Mg Of Vitamin C Twice A Day.

Flaxseed

Its High Content Of Alpha Linolenic Acids Has Made The Ancient Flax Seed Become Our Modern Miracle Food. Alpha Linolenic Acid (ALA) Is A Type Of Plant-Derived Omega 3 Fatty Acid, Similar To Those Found In Fish Such As Salmon. Benefits Of Flax Seed As Shown In Many Studies Include Lowering Total Cholesterol And LDL Cholesterol (The Bad Cholesterol) Levels. Other Benefits Show That Flax Seed May Also Help Lower Blood Triglyceride And Blood Pressure. It May Also Keep Platelets From Becoming Sticky Therefore Reducing The Risk Of A Heart Attack.

The Information Contained Within These Pages Is Intended For Pet Nutrition And Health Information. If Your Animal Shows Signs Of Continued Illness, Please Consult A Licensed Veterinarian.


Calorie Content

Beef Calories
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Ground Beef

Brown Rice or
Potato (Grain Free)

Yams

Green Beans

Healthy Powder
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Beef Dinner
Supplemental Info

Nutritional Yeast

An Excellent Source Of Protein (52%), Containing Essential Amino Acids. Gluten Free. Rich In Vitamins, Especially The B-Complex Vitamins. An Excellent Source Of Folic Acid, Which Is Important For Formation, Growth, And Reproduction Of Red Blood Cells.

Lecithin

Lecithin (Lĕs'ə-Thĭn)
(Nervous, Circulatory) Is A Fatlike Substance Called A Phospholipid. It Is Produced Daily By The Liver If The Diet Is Adequate. It Is Needed By Every Cell In The Body And Is A Key Building Block Of Cell Membranes; Without It, They Would Harden. Lecithin Protects Cells From Oxidation And Largely Comprises The Protective Sheaths Surrounding The Brain. It Is Composed Mostly Of B Vitamins, Phosphoric Acid, Choline, Linoleic Acid And Inositol. Although It Is A Fatty Substance, It Is Also A Fat Emulsifier. Hence, It Supports The Circulatory System. Its Choline Is Useful For Making Acetylcholine

Kelp

Kelp Contains Approximately 30 Minerals. It Is A Rich Source Of Iodine, Calcium, Sulfur, And Silicon. Other Minerals Include Phosphorus, Iron, Sodium, Potassium, Magnesium, Chloride, Copper, Zinc, Manganese, Barium, Boron, Chromium, Lithium, Nickel, Silver, Titanium, Vanadium, Aluminum, Strontium, Bismuth, Chlorine, Cobalt, Gallium, Tin, And Zirconium. Kelp Also Contains Vitamins C, E, D, K, And B Complex. The Highest Concentrations Of These Vitamins And Minerals Are Found In The Tissues Of Kelp. Since Kelp Is Such A Valuable Source Of Nutrients, It Is Often Recommended As Adietary Supplement, Particularly For People With Mineral Deficiencies.

Calciun Citrate

Calcium Citrate Is Rich In Calcium, Phosphorous, Protein, And Trace Minerals. Phosphorous Allows Other Nutrients To Absorb Into The Bloodstream Faster, And Therefore, Bone Meal Is Especially Useful For Older Dogs And Dogs That May Suffer From Digestive Disorders. It Used To Be Common Practice To Sprinkle A Little Bone Meal On A Dog's Food When It's Suffering From Diarrhea Or "Garbage Gut" (Which Is Bloating And Flatulence When Dogs Over-Indulge In Human Food Or From Eating Garbage.) If You're Making Homemade Dog Food, You Can Simply Sprinkle Bone Meal On Each Serving Or Add It To Your Mixture.

Vitamin C

Vitamin C Works With Vitamin E And Helps Regenerate Vitamin E, Potentiating Its Antioxidant Effect. Vitamin C Supplementation Does No Harm, Since The Excess Is Excreted Through The Kidney. While Dogs Produce Vitamin C In Their Bodies (Unlike Human Beings And Guinea Pigs Who Must Have It In Their Diet), Under Stress Or Disease, They May Need Vitamin C In Excess Of Their Manufacturing Capacity. In Excessive Dose, Vitamin C Can Cause Flatulence And Diarrhea. This Intestinal Tolerance Level Varies Among Dogs, But Is Generally Around 3000 Mg Per Day In An Adult German Shepherd. I Recommend This Be Given To All Dogs. For Dogs Under 2 Years Of Age, Give 250 Mg Vitamin C Twice A Day. For Dogs Over 2 Years Of Age, Give 500 Mg Of Vitamin C Twice A Day.

Flaxseed

Its High Content Of Alpha Linolenic Acids Has Made The Ancient Flax Seed Become Our Modern Miracle Food. Alpha Linolenic Acid (ALA) Is A Type Of Plant-Derived Omega 3 Fatty Acid, Similar To Those Found In Fish Such As Salmon. Benefits Of Flax Seed As Shown In Many Studies Include Lowering Total Cholesterol And LDL Cholesterol (The Bad Cholesterol) Levels. Other Benefits Show That Flax Seed May Also Help Lower Blood Triglyceride And Blood Pressure. It May Also Keep Platelets From Becoming Sticky Therefore Reducing The Risk Of A Heart Attack.

The Information Contained Within These Pages Is Intended For Pet Nutrition And Health Information. If Your Animal Shows Signs Of Continued Illness, Please Consult A Licensed Veterinarian.


Calorie Content

Beef Calories
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White Fish

Brown Rice or
Potato (Grain Free)

Yams

Green Beans

Healthy Powder
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Fish Dinner
Supplemental Info

Nutritional Yeast

An Excellent Source Of Protein (52%), Containing Essential Amino Acids. Gluten Free. Rich In Vitamins, Especially The B-Complex Vitamins. An Excellent Source Of Folic Acid, Which Is Important For Formation, Growth, And Reproduction Of Red Blood Cells.

Lecithin

Lecithin (Lĕs'ə-Thĭn)
(Nervous, Circulatory) Is A Fatlike Substance Called A Phospholipid. It Is Produced Daily By The Liver If The Diet Is Adequate. It Is Needed By Every Cell In The Body And Is A Key Building Block Of Cell Membranes; Without It, They Would Harden. Lecithin Protects Cells From Oxidation And Largely Comprises The Protective Sheaths Surrounding The Brain. It Is Composed Mostly Of B Vitamins, Phosphoric Acid, Choline, Linoleic Acid And Inositol. Although It Is A Fatty Substance, It Is Also A Fat Emulsifier. Hence, It Supports The Circulatory System. Its Choline Is Useful For Making Acetylcholine

Kelp

Kelp Contains Approximately 30 Minerals. It Is A Rich Source Of Iodine, Calcium, Sulfur, And Silicon. Other Minerals Include Phosphorus, Iron, Sodium, Potassium, Magnesium, Chloride, Copper, Zinc, Manganese, Barium, Boron, Chromium, Lithium, Nickel, Silver, Titanium, Vanadium, Aluminum, Strontium, Bismuth, Chlorine, Cobalt, Gallium, Tin, And Zirconium. Kelp Also Contains Vitamins C, E, D, K, And B Complex. The Highest Concentrations Of These Vitamins And Minerals Are Found In The Tissues Of Kelp. Since Kelp Is Such A Valuable Source Of Nutrients, It Is Often Recommended As Adietary Supplement, Particularly For People With Mineral Deficiencies.

Calciun Citrate

Calcium Citrate Is Rich In Calcium, Phosphorous, Protein, And Trace Minerals. Phosphorous Allows Other Nutrients To Absorb Into The Bloodstream Faster, And Therefore, Bone Meal Is Especially Useful For Older Dogs And Dogs That May Suffer From Digestive Disorders. It Used To Be Common Practice To Sprinkle A Little Bone Meal On A Dog's Food When It's Suffering From Diarrhea Or "Garbage Gut" (Which Is Bloating And Flatulence When Dogs Over-Indulge In Human Food Or From Eating Garbage.) If You're Making Homemade Dog Food, You Can Simply Sprinkle Bone Meal On Each Serving Or Add It To Your Mixture.

Vitamin C

Vitamin C Works With Vitamin E And Helps Regenerate Vitamin E, Potentiating Its Antioxidant Effect. Vitamin C Supplementation Does No Harm, Since The Excess Is Excreted Through The Kidney. While Dogs Produce Vitamin C In Their Bodies (Unlike Human Beings And Guinea Pigs Who Must Have It In Their Diet), Under Stress Or Disease, They May Need Vitamin C In Excess Of Their Manufacturing Capacity. In Excessive Dose, Vitamin C Can Cause Flatulence And Diarrhea. This Intestinal Tolerance Level Varies Among Dogs, But Is Generally Around 3000 Mg Per Day In An Adult German Shepherd. I Recommend This Be Given To All Dogs. For Dogs Under 2 Years Of Age, Give 250 Mg Vitamin C Twice A Day. For Dogs Over 2 Years Of Age, Give 500 Mg Of Vitamin C Twice A Day.

Flaxseed

Its High Content Of Alpha Linolenic Acids Has Made The Ancient Flax Seed Become Our Modern Miracle Food. Alpha Linolenic Acid (ALA) Is A Type Of Plant-Derived Omega 3 Fatty Acid, Similar To Those Found In Fish Such As Salmon. Benefits Of Flax Seed As Shown In Many Studies Include Lowering Total Cholesterol And LDL Cholesterol (The Bad Cholesterol) Levels. Other Benefits Show That Flax Seed May Also Help Lower Blood Triglyceride And Blood Pressure. It May Also Keep Platelets From Becoming Sticky Therefore Reducing The Risk Of A Heart Attack.

The Information Contained Within These Pages Is Intended For Pet Nutrition And Health Information. If Your Animal Shows Signs Of Continued Illness, Please Consult A Licensed Veterinarian.


Calorie Content

Lamb Calories
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Ground Lamb

Brown Rice or
Potato (Grain Free)

Yams

Green Beans

Healthy Powder
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