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VEGETABLES: Dogs have actually eaten vegetables the whole period of their evolution, and that's a long time! As such, vegetables, particularly green leafy vegetables should form part of the domestic dg's healthy diet. Dogs need vegetables because they contain many important health promoting nutrients. The fiber your dog obtains from raw vegetables includes both soluble and insoluble fiber. Vegetables supply many other nutrients. Many of those nutrients are the ones that have been found to be in short supply in the modern dog's "civilized" diet. This includes difficult to obtain omega 3 essential fatty acids, most of a dog's vitamin needs, masses of enzymes and various anti-aging factors, including antioxidants and phytochemicals.

CELERY: Celery is rich in calcium, potassium, phosphorus, sodium and iron, as well as vitamins A, B, C. The phytochemical 3-n-butyl phthalide, one of the components that gives celery its characteristic smell and taste, is especially potent as an anti-tumor agent. Along with the compound sedanolide, an aromatic ingredient also found in celery, 3-n-butyl phthalide significantly reduces the incidence of tumors in laboratory animals. It is said to decrease nervousness, and is used as an acid neutralizer.

CARROT: The carrot is the king of the vegetables. It is the richest source of pro-vitamin A carotenes among commonly consumed vegetables. But unlike vitamin A, beta carotene and other carotenes in carrots do not cause toxicity. Beta carotene is also a powerful antioxidant. Carrots also contain vitamins B, C, D, E, K, riboflavin, niacin, calcium, potassium, phosphorus, sodium, and iron. Carrots have repeatedly shown to nourish the optic nerve and significantly improve eyesight.

PEAS: Peas are good for the kidneys and have Iron.

BARLEY: Besides its notable nutritious value, barley constitutes an invaluable help in the raising of dogs, due to its medical properties. It is rich in anti-asset magnesium and it is certainly the most alkaline of all cereals. It is an excellent purifier and refresher of the blood in hot seasons. The Arabs chose barley as their base cereal for their nice horses and greyhounds.

Because of its softening properties, barley flour is also important for its topic use (external); they cataplasm of barley flour was some time ago a very well-known remedy in English and French homes for treating skin diseases. Barley is also a good remedy for the kidneys, and in the diseases related to this organ we should drink barley water on the day basis as well as with bladder diseases.

MEAT: All meats used in our food are human grade and low fat.


Supplement Facts



Vitamin C

50 mg

Vitamin E (succinate)

25 IU

Super Nutrition


Labiatae Extract ( from rosemary, thyme and sage )

30 mg

Essential Vitamins


B1 ( thiamin HCI )

2 mg

B-2 ( riboflavn )

5 mg

B-3 ( niacin )

4 mg

B-5 ( pantothenic acid )

2 mg

B-6 ( pyridoxine HCI )

2 mg

B-12 ( methylcobalamin )

10 mcg

Folic acid

500 mcg

Protein synthesis and Water Balance


Betaine ( TMG ) ( from sugar beets )

250 mg



Biomate®2 LS-20 probiotic concentrate ( Lactobacillus acidophilus, lactobacillus casei, lactobacillus fermentum, lactobacillus plantarum, Strepto-coccus faecium providing 1.5 million active organisms at time of manufacture)

75 mg

Mixed Carotenoids


Betatene®1 ( Beta Carotene, Alpha Carotene Lutein, Zeaxanthin ) supplying 477 IU vitamin A

5 mg

Tomato Powder ( a source of lycopene )

2 mg

Glucose Metabolism and Longevity


Lipoic Acid

5 mg

Amino Acid



50 mg

Essential Fatty Acids


Flax seed ( ground )

250 mg

Other Ingredients : Flax seed powder. This product contains NO wheat, gluten, corn or artificial sweeteners.