TURMERIC [blend] For Pets

TURMERIC [blend] powder is not only great for you but could also hugely benefit your precious fur babies. 

Due to the powerful anti-inflammatory properties, many people already using turmeric to treat and prevent their animals joint or mobility problems. What many don't realise is nearly all disease or illness (allergies, digestive diseases, dental diseases, cancer, arthritis, kidney disease, joint degeneration, diarrhoea) are all compounded or caused by inflammation.

Inflammation is the real contributor to most degenerative health issues in your pet!!!

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Curcumin (the active compound in turmeric) also stimulates bile production in the liver, which aids in food digestion as well as thinning the blood, so preventing blood clots.

With the anti-inflammatory, anti-oxidant, anti-viral and antibacterial properties that occur completely naturally in the combined ingredients of TURMERIC [blend], a sprinkle a day could make all the difference to your beloved pet and best of all its 100% natural!

How Do I Give It To My Pet?

There is no need to make the messy golden paste, our blend has everything you need already included. Mix into their meals, sprinkle over kibble, easily mixed with wet foods, stir into water or milk, or mix it with their favourite treat.

See our blog post with our favourite Kong recipe for dogs

Dosage:
Introduce slowly over two weeks, start with a sprinkle and work up to a quarter of a teaspoon of Powder [blend] per day for every 5kg of your pets weight.  One tub of powder blend will last around 7 to 8 months if using daily for a 10kg pet.

TURMERIC [blend] staggered dosage recommendations based on a 15 kg pet

  • 1/4 teaspoon for 1 week
  • 1/2 teaspoon for 1 weeks
  • Continue with 3/4 teaspoon daily

Are there any reasons my pet shouldn't start using TURMERIC [blend]?

It is always important if your pet is on any regular medication to consult with your holistic vet before adding any supplements into their diet. Chances are, it will only help but it’s always best to get your vets approval first.

Turmeric should be avoided by animals with bile tract obstruction or gallstones.