When choosing a supplement, consider the specific health needs of your dog. For example, if your dog is prone to or has joint pain or mobility issues, a joint supplement may be beneficial. If your dog has skin allergies or coat issues or dullness, skin and coat supplements may help.
As caretakers of our planet and its inhabitants, we acknowledge our responsibility and take measures to minimise our impact. In keeping with this commitment, we ensure that all of our product packaging is recyclable, as we strive to be mindful of the environment that our beloved pets call home.
The potato we use is one of the most environmentally friendly crops. They’re rich in phytonutrients, fibre, B6 and potassium and are very digestible.
We have various locations where our food is made: our dog supplements, are made in two locations in Ireland.
Most companies create seaweed extracts by starting with a seaweed soup, where the seaweed is boiled in water and the extract obtained by drying the resultant mixture. This process fails to unlock the full potential of the seaweed, and our technology has enabled us to release all the incredible molecules by exploding the seaweed open at a molecular and cellular level.
As dogs age, they may experience joint pain, reduced mobility, and cognitive decline. Supplements can help support joint health, skin health, Teeth and gum health and brain function.
Yes, it is possible to over-supplement a dog. While supplements can provide health benefits, giving too much of a supplement can be harmful to a dog’s health. Therefore, it’s important to always follow the recommended dosage guidelines on the supplement label or as directed by your veterinarian. If you have any concerns or questions about supplementing your dog’s diet, consult with your veterinarian for guidance.
Dog supplements are not always necessary, but they can be beneficial in certain situations. A healthy, balanced diet that meets all of your dog’s nutritional needs is the most important factor in maintaining their overall health and well-being. However, there may be times when supplements can be helpful, such as:
- Joint health: If your dog is prone to or showing signs of joint pain or stiffness, supplements can help support joint health and mobility.
- Skin and coat health: Supplements can help improve skin and coat health and reduce inflammation.
- Digestive health: Probiotics and digestive enzymes can help support a healthy gut and improve digestive function.
- Immune system support: Supplements like vitamins C and E, as well as antioxidants, can help boost your dog’s immune system.
While a balanced diet that meets all of a dog’s nutritional needs should provide them with adequate vitamins, certain factors can increase a dog’s need for vitamins, including illness, stress, and aging. Vitamins keep your pet’s skin and coat healthy, strengthen bones and teeth, and give them the overall energy that they need to function.
We currently offer 20% off all bundle subscriptions and 10% off single product subscriptions. If you would like more information on offers outside of our subscription you can contact our customer service team team at [email protected]
We offer all customers free shipping on orders over €20 within Ireland and the UK.
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Providing your order has not been dispatched, we should be able to cancel your order and process a refund. You can email us at [email protected].
You can email us at [email protected]. Our Customer Service team will discuss the damage and either arrange a collection or a replacement for you.
For orders within the Republic of Ireland we dispatch with An Post on a next working day basis. We endeavour to dispatch all orders received by midday on the same day. We dispatch orders Monday to Friday and do not dispatch at weekends.
For orders with the UK…
Orders weighing less than 2kg will be delivered via An Post for orders within the Rep. of Ireland and Royal Mail for UK orders. Orders weighing over 2kg will be delivered via UPS.
Our products are made from natural ingredients, making them compatible with most prescription-only medicines. However, we recommend consulting your vet to ensure their safe use in combination with other medications.