GREEN – Organic Super Greens Supplement for Dogs and Puppies
£0.00 - £17.87
100% natural nutritious mix of five organic super greens (spirulina, chlorella, wheatgrass, barley grass, kelp) to support your dog’s overall wellbeing.
Within the first week I noticed a change – her coat was shinier, she was much more active and just a change in her well-being in general.
My dog absolutely loves it. He eats raw food, but he was forever eating grass but not any more. He seems to be a bit more energetic as well, very pleased with this product, thank you.
Veteran dog fighting a lymph node infection. Anorexic, now full of life after one week. Shiny coat which the vet commented on.
GREEN powder meets your dog’s nutritional requirements and will help with joint and muscle maintenance, digestion, flea control, amongst many other areas. It is a great source of nutrition as it contains all the essential vitamins, amino acids, and minerals needed to support your pup’s health.
The nutritious mix of five organic super greens: spirulina, chlorella, wheatgrass, barley grass, and kelp that helps to:
Green powder comes with a specifically measured scoop. You should administer the powder in a daily suggested quantity as per the guide below. Mix into food, treats, or your pup’s drinking water. Introduce gradually over one week. Each scoop is 2.5g to provide 80 scoops per unit.
Suitable for dogs and puppies over 8 weeks old.
Directions of use
• Up to 12kg (26lb) - 0.5 scoop/day
• 12–24kg (26–53lb) - 1 scoop/day
• 24–48kg (53–06lb) - 1–1.5 scoops/day
• Over 48kg (106lb) - 1.5–2.5 scoops/day
100% Natural Ingredients
Green is an organic blend of five superfoods – spirulina, chlorella, wheatgrass, barley grass, and kelp. This powerhouse of nutrition will help to maintain your best friend's health in many ways.
Often called the most nutritious food on the planet, spirulina helps to strengthen the immune system, improves gastrointestinal health, aids in detoxification, helps with allergies, and more. As a fantastic source of antioxidants, it can protect against oxidative damage, which contributes to cancer and other diseases.
This single-cell alga is an excellent source of vitamins, minerals, proteins and antioxidants. In addition, it helps to maintain healthy skin and shinier coat, improves immune response and digestion, delays ageing of cells, aids in removing toxins from the body, helps to reduce bad breath, and more.
Complete food that contains 98 of the 102 earth elements. It is helpful in aiding digestion, hydration and can prevent or relieve constipation. Its anti-inflammatory properties can benefit dogs suffering from arthritis. It is also organ and blood cleansing, and a great energy booster.
Rich in iodine, kelp helps with thyroid problems often associated with iodine deficiency. The mix of iodine and other minerals found in kelp assists in maintaining a healthy glandular system, mainly the thyroid, adrenal and pituitary glands. Kelp reduces itchiness caused by skin allergies, improves coat conditions, and works as natural flea prevention.
Nutritionally balanced great source of minerals that helps to neutralise free radicals, pesticides and preservatives, making it an ideal detox food. Because of its high chlorophyll levels, barley grass is known to aid in rebuilding red blood cells. It also supports the nervous system and helps to alleviate many health issues, including arthritis, hypertension, diabetes, asthma, and more.
Organic Super Greens Supplement FAQs
Can Green be used with other flea prevention products?
Yes, in most cases it can. However, we always recommend checking with that particular product's manufacturer just to make sure.
Can Green be given to a puppy?
Yes, Green can be given to puppies older than 8 weeks. However, just to be sure it’s ok in your particular case, we always recommend checking with your veterinarian first as they will know your pup best.
Can I mix the powder with my dog's food?
Yes, you can mix it with food or drinking water.
How long should it take to see the results?
All dogs are different and their condition varies but most of our customers notice changes between 2–4 weeks of using the supplement, if not earlier.
When should spirulina not be given to dogs?
Dogs with autoimmune disorders like lupus or rheumatoid arthritis should not be given spirulina as it can stimulate their immune system and make their condition much worse. In addition, if your pooch is on medication, you should speak to your vet before you add spirulina to their diet.
When should chlorella not be given to dogs?
As chlorella is high in iodine, it should not be given to dogs with thyroid issues. In addition, chlorella may react with other medications your pet is on, including blood thinners and treatments for autoimmune disorders or cancer.
Pregnant and lactating dogs should also not be fed chlorella to be on the safe side.
Speak to your vet if your dog suffers from any of the above before you add chlorella to their diet.
When shouldn’t you feed your dog wheatgrass?
There is currently no evidence to suggest that wheatgrass interferes with certain conditions or medications in dogs, so canines of all ages can take advantage of this superfood.
When shouldn’t you feed your dog barley grass?
There is little information on whether barley grass interacts with certain medications, so it never hurts to speak to your vet before you add barley grass to your dog’s diet, especially if your dog is currently taking medication or has a health condition.
When shouldn’t you feed your dog kelp?
Like spirulina, kelp contains a huge amount of iodine. While this element is vital for your dog’s thyroid health, too much of it can make pre-existing thyroid problems worse.
For this reason, canines with thyroid issues should not be given kelp as it can impact thyroid function and cause (or aggravate) hypothyroidism.