Nutritional deficiencies are still a common problem in companion animals, and can occur if fed a home cooked or commercial diet that is not properly complete and balanced for your dog. If your pet is deficient in iodine, problems such as hypothyroidism, weight issues, and a lack of energy can ensue. Nutritent-rich seaweed is an excellent source of iodine. This seaweed has been collected from the clear beaches of King Island, Tasmania.
Directions for use:Sprinkle powder onto food once daily at dose suggested. Dosage scoop included in container.
Dose for cats: 1/8 scoop twice daily
Dose for dogs: for small breeds give 1/8 scoop once daily. For medium breeds give 1/4 scoop once daily. For large breeds give 1/2 scoop once daily.
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