❤️ DIRECT DONATION this product will be delivered directly to F7 Home Kennel on your behalf
A healthy gut and immune system are important to every dog but even more so for shelter dogs. Why? Because healthy dogs have a significantly higher chance of getting fostered in a home and eventually adopted.
Frontier Co-Op Organic Psyllium Husk Powder is WTF's @blackdogsyndrome holy grail of supplements in our own home and we hope to help every dog at F7 have access to it too. If anything, the dogs there need it more than our own because of the harsher living conditions.
F7 has an average of 12 dogs at any given time and each dog which a sensitive gut requires at least 1/4 teaspoon per meal for maintenance and more when things get rough. Annually, F7 needs an estimated 28 packs of Organic Psyllium Husk Powder.
Donating a pack or 2 will not just help to sustain them but will directly impact their chance at a forever home.
WHO NEEDS IT THE MOST?
Every dog who may get the occasional runs especially in harsh shelter conditions but especially Enzo & Dhalia, pictured above, who have been struggling with chronic diarrhoea. Essentially fibre, psyllium is a quick and effective way to comfort funky tummies and bowel movements.
ABOUT FRONTIER CO-OP ORGANIC PSYLLIUM HUSK POWDER
A first-aid must-have for cat and dog owners to manage diarrhoea, loose stools and constipation. This tasteless and organic "wonder powder" acts directly in the large intestine to absorb toxins and provides fast relief for gastrointestinal imbalances.
Psyllium, also known as blonde psyllium, is a low-growing herb native to Iran, Pakistan and India. It is the main ingredient in the commercial dietary supplements "Metamucil" and "Citrucel." Psyllium is most commonly known and used for its high mucilage content. Frontier® Organic Psyllium Husk Powder is non-irradiated and works well for baking, encapsulating and making herbal preparations.
SIZE 453 g
FEEDING GUIDE Dogs Naturally Magazine suggests 1/4 to 1 teaspoon mixed with your pet's meal. Start with smaller doses and work your way up.
PRECAUTION psyllium interacts with many drugs and may be contraindicated for dogs with kidney disease. please consult your veterinarian before feeding.