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🦴 Bone Broth: dry kibble puts your dog at constant dehydration. Adding bone broth or water helps hydrate your dog’s bowl.🥛 Raw Goat Milk: another great way to add moisture to your dog’s bowl. Full of probiotics and well tolerated for dogs with sensitive stomach.🥥 Coconut Oil: helps relieve dry skin and has anti fungal properties. Make sure to feed in small amounts. Feeding too much coconut oil can lead to leaky gut and inflammation.🥚Egg: high in essential amino acids and fatty acids. If you want to feed the shells make sure the eggs are farm fresh.🐟Small Fish: adding fish...

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On The Move is a hip and joint supplement created by Wildly Blended.Incorporating On The Move in your dog's bowl can decrease pain from hip dysplasia and arthritis. It promotes production of collagen and reduces the risk of bone loss.We highly recommend this supplement for working dogs or dogs participating in dog sports. 1w

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Diatomaceous Earth is milled from fossilized hard-shelled aquatic organisms called diatoms. It looks like ground chalk in appearance but when placed under the microscope, you will see tiny pieces of crushed phytoplanktons.Food grade Diatomaceous Earth is safe and natural way to eliminate parasites and intestinal worms such as nematodes, roundworms, pinworms and hookworms. Recommended for all ages and and all breeds of dogs and cats.

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Liver is concentrated in vitamin A. Vitamin A supports digestion, supports the immune system and keeps the organs to function properly.It’s recommended not to feed over 5% of the dog’s diet when feeding liver (2-3% for duck and ruminant animals like beef, lamb and goat).Over feeding liver can have adverse effects known as vitamin A toxicity. This recommendation applies to raw liver, freeze-dried liver and dehydrated liver because vitamin A is not easily destroyed by heat.Feeding liver in moderation is beneficial but using too much liver for training is not recommended. When selecting training treats, look for muscle meats like...

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When phycocyanin is extracted from Green Spirulina, the blue pigment is left which is also known as Blue Spirulina. Spirulina is a blue-green algae found in both fresh and salt water.Phycocyanin is an antioxidant and has anti-inflammatory properties. Phycocyanin is beneficial for athletic or working dogs who want to improve performance as well as their recovery after injuries. It can also be used to prevent degenerative illnesses, allergies, and can help treat any viral illness.It’s a great supplement to feed as kibble boosters or in a raw diet regularly 🤤Wildly Blended Blue Spirulina is intended for supplemental or intermittent feeding only

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