Nutritional Support for Dogs and Cats


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Nutritional Support for Dogs and Cats
A Multi-Vitamin/Multi-Mineral
Whole Food Concentrate


Nutritional Support is a concentrated, state-of-the-art formulation which provides a broad based foundation of nutritional support to dogs and cats of all ages. This tasty, vital-nutrient replacement formula is rich in vitamins, minerals, herbal nutrients and delicate food-bound for micronutrition. Your pet will benefit from the powerful whole food blend and nutritional components found in this pleasant tasting, healthy pet powder.

This high quality free-flowing powder is flavored with human grade beef liver, high in superoxide dismutase (SOD), for additional antioxidant activity and improved palatability.

Two Teaspoons Provide:

Lecithin 1000 MG
Liver powder 1000 MG
Salmon meal 1000 MG
Flaxseed meal 500 MG
Spirulina 500 MG
Bee Pollen 100 MG
Kelp 100 MG
Tang kwei 100 MG
Burdock root 50 MG
Catnip 50 MG
Dandelion 50 MG
Ginger 50 MG
Horsetail 50 MG
L-glutamine 50 MG
L-taurine 50 MG
Milk thistle seed 50 MG
Oregon Grape Root 50 MG
Rose Hips 50 MG
Siberian Ginseng 50 MG
Sodium Ascorbate 50 MG
Turmeric 50 MG
Yucca 50 MG
Zinc (monomethionine) 2 MG
Vitamin E (d-alpha-tocopherol succinate) 10 I.U.
Biotin 50 MCG
Selenium (Selenomethionine) 3 MCG

RECOMMENDED USAGE FOR DOGS:
20-50 lbs. - 1 teaspoon
50-100 lbs - 2 teaspoons
Over 100 lbs. - 1 tablespoon

RECOMMENDED USAGE FOR CATS: 1/8 to 1/4 teaspoon

Administer once or twice daily

Dosaging Tips: The above dosages are recommended for the initial 2 months of administration. After 2 months, dosage may be halved. To amplify or increase the benefit of the food-bound nutrients, dosage may be increased safely 2 or 3 times.

Now Only $31.95 + $10.00 shipping ($41.95 Total)

To order by phone:
1-503-941-5035
10 AM to 6 PM PST

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