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Codeage DNA PET Happy Healthy Organs & Glands Powder Supplement For Dogs Beef -- 3 oz


Codeage DNA PET Happy Healthy Organs & Glands Powder Supplement For Dogs Beef
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Codeage DNA PET Happy Healthy Organs & Glands Powder Supplement For Dogs Beef -- 3 oz

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Codeage DNA PET Happy Healthy Organs & Glands Powder Supplement For Dogs Beef Description

  • Advanced Nutrition For Dogs
  • Multi Organs & Glands Formula
  • GoBeef™ Powder
  • 100% Freeze-Dried Raw - Grass-Fed - Grass-Finished
  • 7 Organs All-In-One

DNA PET Happy Healthy Organs for Dogs is a multi-organ and glands supplement featuring a blend of 7 organ-rich bovine sources. This formula is designed to help support your dog's overall health and wellness by providing advanced nutrients all-in-one.

 

 • DNA PET Happy Healthy Organs for Dogs supplement is made with 100% freeze-dried raw meat from grass-fed cattle, including liver, heart, kidney, spleen, pancreas, bone marrow, and bovine thymus powder all-in-one. These ingredients can provide a range of vitamins, minerals, and nutrients to help support your dog's immune system, energy levels, and overall health.

 

• This multi organs and glands supplement for dogs features beef liver, a source of vitamins B2, B6, B12, D, and minerals. Beef heart is a source of zinc, folate, and iron. Beef kidney is a source of riboflavin and selenium. Beef spleen is a source of heme iron.

 

• DNA PET Happy Healthy Organs also features beef pancreas, a source of magnesium, methionine, calcium, vitamins B1 and A, among other vitamins and minerals. Beef bone marrow may provide vitamin D and glucosamine. Bovine thymus is a source of vitamins A and B12, heme iron, and folate. All of these ingredients can help support your dog's organs and glands.

 

• This multi organ supplement for dogs is designed for dogs of all breeds and sizes, with the exception of pregnant dogs and puppies. DNA PET Happy Organs powder supplement is easy to mix with any kind of dog food and provides up to 3 months depending on use.

 

• DNA PET Happy Healthy Organs for Dogs is non-GMO, BSE-free, gluten-free, corn-free, grain-free, and free of artificial ingredients. This pet supplement is manufactured in a cGMP-certified facility in the USA for quality and purity. Always consult your veterinarian

before using this or any dietary supplement for pets.

 

Vital nutrients unleashed

100% freeze-dried raw - Grass-fed

 

Additiona Details

Meat powder for dogs
Happy Healthy Organs and glandulars supplement for dogs offers a selection of meat organs to help support the health and wellness of your dogs. This grass-fed formula comes in a powder format to easily mix it with food and provide additional nutrients to your animal.


Directions

Suggested Use: Using one teaspoon (tsp), add desired amount of powder to wet or 'treat' food, then mix and feed, or as recommended by a veterinarian. Refer to the dosage chart for suggested serving size, dose can be given at once or split morning and evening. This supplement is intended for dogs of all breeds and sizes with the exception of puppies. For dogs under 12 weeks old, consult your veterinarian prior to use. Does not require refrigeration. First time use: Give 1/2 the recommended daily dose. Gradually increase the dose as you see fit.

 

Dosage Chart

Weight (lbs) Daily Amount
1 - 25 lbs 1/2 teaspoon daily
26 - 50 lbs 3/4 teaspoon daily
51 - 75 lbs 1 teaspoon daily
75 - 100 lbs 1½ teaspoons daily
Over 100 lbs 2 teaspoons daily

 

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.


Supplement Facts
Serving Size: 3/4 Teaspoon
Servings per Container: 0
Amount Per Serving% Daily Value
Active Ingredients Per 3/4 Teaspoon (approx 1.4 g)
Grass-Fed Beef Liver (Bovine) (BSE-free)200 mg
Grass-Fed Beef Heart (Bovine) (BSE-free)200 mg
Grass-Fed Beef Kidney (Bovine) (BSE-free)200 mg
Grass-Fed Beef Spleen (Bovine) (BSE-free)200 mg
Grass-Fed Beef Pancreas (Bovine) (BSE-free)200 mg
Grass-Fed Beef Bone Marrow (Bovine) (BSE-free)200 mg
Grass-Fed Beef Thymus (Bovine) (BSE-free)200 mg
Other Ingredients: None.
Warnings

Caution: Intended only for consumption by dogs. If your dog has any condition that requires medical attention, you should always consult your veterinarian before using this or any dietary supplement. Safe use in pregnant animals or animals intended for breeding has not been proven. If animal’s condition worsens or does not improve, stop product administration and consult your veterinarian. If your dog experiences side effects, discontinue use. An examination from a veterinarian is recommended prior to using any product. For use in dogs only. Keep out of reach of children and animals.

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What to Look for in Supplements for Dogs, According to a Veterinarian

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]As a pet parent, it is vital to prioritize your furry friend's well-being. Regular vet check-ups, sufficient exercise and nutritious food are essential for maintaining your pup's health. However, you can add an extra layer of assurance by providing them with supplements, just as you would for your own nutrition needs. Woman Feeding Supplements for Dogs to her Pup with a Medicine Dropper Choosing the right pet supplements for your dog can be challenging due to the need for more regulatory oversight in nutraceutical manufacturing. Dr. TB Thompson, a veterinarian with over two decades of experience treating cats and dogs in emergencies, during house calls and at his general practice in Phoenix, AZ, advises pet owners to be cautious when selecting pet supplements. Below, Thompson offers guidance on what to consider when selecting pet supplements for your dog.

Types of supplements for dogs

There are various types of supplements available in the market for dogs, each with its own unique formula. These supplements come in different forms, such as capsules, powders, liquids and pellets, making it easy to choose the one that suits your dog's preference. Immunity boosters are one of the most popular types of supplements for dogs. They help to support healthy immune function and protect your pet from health issues. Codeage’s Organic Mushroom Mix Powder is an excellent immunity booster that contains a blend of organic mushrooms that provide essential nutrients for your dog's health. Another type of supplement to consider is nutrient-dense products that contain natural sources of vitamins and minerals. These supplements, such as organ and gland powder, are a great way to provide your dog with necessary nutrients that may be lacking in their diet. Joint health supplements are another popular option for dogs, especially older dogs or those with joint problems. Glucosamine is a commonly used ingredient in joint health supplements for its potential ability to promote a healthy inflammatory response and joint mobility. If your dog has skin issues or dry skin, supplements such as fish oils are a popular choice. These supplements contain omega-3 fatty acids that support the skin and coat of your furry friend. Probiotics are also helpful for some dogs. They’re popular for dogs with digestive and gut health issues such as diarrhea and constipation, among others. Finally, some dogs may benefit from sleep and anxiety aids such as pet-safe melatonin. This supplement may be especially useful when traveling away from home or during stressful situations.

How to check labels on supplements for dogs

When selecting a pet supplement, there are several important factors to consider. According to Thompson, one of the most crucial aspects is the product's label. The label should clearly display the lot number and expiration date to ensure the product's freshness and viability. Additionally, the label should showcase the USP Verified Logo, certifying that the ingredient labeling is accurate, as documented by the US Pharmacopeia.

Read ingredients lists

“A clear list of ingredients and straightforward instructions for use are essential for the pet’s safety and the owner’s peace of mind,” Thompson explains. The label should provide easy-to-read ingredients, allowing pet owners to make informed decisions about what their pets are consuming. It should also include straightforward instructions for use to ensure the pet's safety, including dosage amounts (typically by weight), timing and any other crucial information. When considering supplements for dogs, it's essential to think about not just what the ingredients are but also how they are sourced and processed. Depending on your dog’s needs, you may wish to look for products that are non-GMO, BSE-free, gluten-free, corn-free, grain-free and free of artificial ingredients if these factors are important to you. This will help ensure your pet gets the best possible nutrients without harmful additives. Additionally, choosing supplements manufactured in a cGMP-certified facility in the USA is a good idea. This certification indicates that the facility has met strict standards for quality and purity, giving you peace of mind that you're giving your pet the highest quality supplements available.

Choose science-backed formulas

It's important to prioritize products backed by credible scientific evidence. Before purchasing a supplement, Thompson recommends that pet owners explore the manufacturer's website or other reputable sources to verify the claims about the product's effectiveness. This helps confirm that the product is safe and effective for pets. It's also a good idea to consider the science behind how a supplement may or may not work for your dog's individual needs. Just as humans have unique nutritional needs, dogs do, too. Some dogs can tolerate grains, while others may have difficulty digesting them. Similarly, some dogs may require varying amounts of specific nutrients or may be predisposed to certain breed-related issues that can be addressed with supplements. It’s always best to have an open and honest discussion with your veterinarian to determine the best course of action for your dog's specific needs. Your vet can help you identify any nutritional deficiencies or health concerns that may benefit from supplementation and can also recommend the most appropriate type of supplement for your dog's age, breed and overall health. Ultimately, by working collaboratively with your vet, you can help ensure your furry friend gets the best possible care and nutrition to support a happy and healthy life.

Check for NASC membership

Lastly, Thompson suggests considering the manufacturer's membership in the National Animal Supplement Council (NASC) when looking for a pet supplement. NASC membership indicates adherence to quality and safety standards, as it helps member companies align with FDA guidelines. By prioritizing products that meet these standards, pet owners can feel confident in providing their pets with the best possible care.

Choosing supplements for dogs: Be sure to discuss with your vet

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