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Sometimes you just need a boost.

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Add Boosts to your bowls to get a few extra vitamin benefits with each bite.

 
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Boost Their Immunity

Natural Anti-Inflammatories.
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Turmeric

A superfood and a natural anti-inflammatory. You may know of turmeric as a spice in the ginger family, but it’s long been used to help with pain. Studies asuggest that turmeric, which includes curcumin, helps reduce pain and potentially prevent diseases caused by chronic inflammation (arthritis, cancers, allergies). Take a read here.

We mix our turmeric with healthy fats and black pepper, as it’s not absorbable by dogs on its own.


TIP: if you want to make your own turmeric paste, be careful about dosing. Off the shelf turmeric can contain different levels of curcumin (the active ingredient). Research how much to give based on your dog’s age and size, and start with small doses.


Anti-Oxidants.

Spirulina

A superfood that is full of antioxidants. Spirulina comes from blue-green algae and is rich in beta-carotene, vitamins B and E, and plant protein - it’s said to be one of the most nutrient dense foods on earth. It’s grown in both fresh and salt water - ours is sourced from California today and is Organic, non-GMO, and preservative/additive free.

The research behind spirulina’s health benefits is contentious - these two articles sum up the different opinions: It works, It needs more Evidence.


Boost their Teeth

Got Floss?

Bone (Bone meal, Calcium)

A natural, digestible source of calcium and phosphorus that helps bones and teeth. Bone meal is a natural exfoliant whose texture helps remove tartar.

Tartar builds up on your dog’s teeth naturally, but is accelerated by certain starchy foods like most kibbles.

Our bone is sourced from US pigs with no additives, and gound into a meal that your dog can easily digest and doesn’t risk splintering or shattering.

TIP: If you feed your dog bones from other sources, never feed weight-bearing bones, cooked or smoked bones, and always supervise your pup when she has a bone.

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