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Adding Supplements To Your Pets Diet


For supplements, especially if you are purchasing store bought meats. As most are corn fed and finished. Or being fed GMO grains. The quality of most supermarket meats are USDA commercial or standards cuts. If you're lucky they, "might" possibly be select. I will suggest kelp powder and alfalfa powder. They are good immune builders and are a power house of vitamins. Kelp Powder is essential for optimal thyroid health when iodine proteins are low in a carnivores diet. Only using 2 times a week sprinkled on their raw. About the amount you would use of salt on your own meals. Remember MORE is never better. Do your research on Kelp powder and its use for your pets. 

Also to make sure you have the Omega 3 and Omega 6 ratios balanced, w e use Grizzly Salmon Oil. It’s all natural and does not contain Soy like most brands do. Soy is a major cause of allergies. If you put it on your wish list at Amazon, when it goes on sale, they'll alert you via email. Make sure if you purchase a large bottle to save money, you store it in the fridge. Anything larger then what you use in 2 months’ time, freeze in small containers or it will go rancid. Here is a link to what we use from Amazon

* Our Co-Op purchases the cleanest meats we have access to. Striving to purchase proteins that are never enhanced. Nor raised with GMO corns and grains. All of our  whole meats are restaurant prime and choice cuts. And are labeled for human consumption. They are "not" dog food, rendered meats.  



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Organic Alfalfa Powder is a power house of vitamins to aid in building a very healthy immune system. Sprinkle your pets raw diet a couple times a week for added health benefits.



Organic Kelp Powder is a power house of vitamins to aid in building a very healthy immune system. And helps to maintain a healthy thyroid. Sprinkle your pets raw diet a couple times a week for added health benefits.

Disclaimer: The suggestions in this post are based on experience and research. They are not meant to replace proper veterinary care. Carnivore Carry Out assumes no responsibility or liability for the use of the information in this post, as it is provided as a general resource and we are unable to monitor its use with all readers. If you have any concerns about your pet’s health, please contact your holistic veterinarian or other competent professional.