Greens, Seeds & Superfoods
The Greens, Seeds and Superfoods Herbal Blend has been carefully developed to bring your dog all the possible goodness which an abundance of organic herbs can provide.
This nutritive blend of organic ingredients will deliver vitamins, minerals, fatty acids, protein and plants rich in chlorophyll which dogs often crave. As it is also rich in antioxidants it is beneficial for your pet’s eye health. This is a particularly palatable blend – great for tempting fussy or shy feeders to eat up.
Use as a daily supplement, along with our other herbal blends or give to your dog occasionally for green goodness and variety. Ideal for people who want to include vegetables in with their dog’s diet, but who don’t have the time for preparation. Stir into raw or moist dog meals, rehydrate with water and mix into dry food.
Ingredients: Nettle, Parsley, Dandelion, Kale, Barley Grass, Moringa, Bilberry, Dill Seeds, Hemp Seeds, Fennel, Pumpkin Seeds, Coconut Oil.
Pack size: 70g
Suggested use: Small dogs (10-15kg) half a 5ml measure | Medium dogs (25-35kg) one 5ml measure | Large dogs (40+kg) one heaped measure
Feed your dog a small amount at first and then build-up to the suggested amount over a few days. Feed daily for the first month and then 5 days a week after that.
Storage: Please reseal the bag and store out of direct sunlight.
Important: If your dog is pregnant, on medication or under 10 weeks of age, check with your vet before use. This is a complementary feed supplement and shouldn’t be used instead of seeking advice from a vet. If any adverse reaction occurs, discontinue use. Do not feed to cats.
Herbs and their usage is a fascinating topic and I’ve been training as a herbalist out of my own personal interest. With my roots in holistic health and having used herbal remedies for chronic pain and inflammation, I wanted to be able to offer herbal blends for dogs.
The Greens, Seeds & Superfoods blend as an easy supplement for raw feeding in particular and the Tranquil – Relax & Soothe blend to help with supporting calm energy. I reached out to Caroline Hearn who is qualified to treat canine patients and has written two courses in canine nutrition, as well as being a regular contributor to Edition Dog magazine. I’m thrilled to be able to offer her wonderful herbal blends here.