Mineral and Vitamin Supplement for Dogs

"This is an inexpensive (less than $3.00 a pound) recipe similar to Dinovite, Solid Gold Seameal, Nupro, Focus SR, VitaHound and Blue buffalo’s LifeSource Bits. _______________________________________________________ (Dogs: 10 lb and under 1/2 tsp. 2 times daily) _ ( Dogs:10-15 lb 1 tsp. 2X daily) _ (Dogs:15-25 lb 2 tsp. 2X daily) _ (Dogs:25-40 lb 1 tbsp. 2X daily) _ (Dogs: 40-60 lb 2 tbsp. 2X daily) _ (Dogs: 60-80 lb 3 tbsp. 2X daily) _ (Dogs: 80 lb and over ¼ cup 2X daily) ___________________________________________________________ Note: find Live-Bac by TechMix at feed shops or equestrian stores do not leave out or substitute"
 
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Ready In:
4mins
Ingredients:
8
Yields:
9 large dog servings
Serves:
9
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ingredients

  • 1 cup flax seed
  • 14 cup meal kelp (kelp meal feed or food grade shop around do not pay more than $2.75 lb)
  • 14 cup dried shiitake mushroom (found in Asian markets)
  • 1 tablespoon parsley (dried)
  • 1 tablespoon live-bac starter culture (Live-Bac by TechMix)
  • 1 teaspoon lysine protein powder (Use Pure Lysine, its easy to find as a horse or human supplement)
  • 1 teaspoon bee pollen
  • 12 teaspoon turmeric powder
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directions

  • In blender or coffee grinder add all ingredients except Live-Bac.
  • Blend until combined and the mix is as fine or finer than ground coffee.
  • Pour blender contains into a storage container and add Live-Bac.
  • Shake well to mix.
  • Refrigeration is recommended but not necessary.
  • Enjoy mixed in kibble with a small amount of water added.
  • When first introducing this supplement into a dog’s diet start with ¼ the recommend amount and slowly increase serving size to the recommend quantity over a week or two.
  • I am not a veterinarian nor am I an animal nutritionist Please; seek the advice of your veterinary before adding any new supplement to your dog’s diet. I also encourage you to do your research.
  • DO NOT FOLLOW ANY OF THIS INFORMATION WITHOUT DOING YOUR OWN RESEARCH FIRST AND DISCUSSING WITH YOUR OWN VET.

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