UPC: 083851409369 Total Weight: 0.41 lbs (0.19 kg)
Package Format: 3 oz
Contrary to popular belief, a dog grazes on grass not because of an upset stomach, but due to the fact it’s looking for the same fresh, raw nutrition enjoyed by its healthy and strong ancestors in the wild (it’s the sharp, microscopic barbs that cause internal agitation and vomiting). Experts say pooches (and cats as well) instinctively eat grass to get the active, live nutrients needed for their system’s defense against illness and disease. Natural powdered barley grass offers live enzymes for digestion. Supplies antioxidant vitamins and 19 amino acids. Contains chlorophyll for sweeter breath.
Recommended Use: 2 tablets per day for medium dogs.
Small dog (2-15 lbs.) ¼ - ½ tsp.
Medium dog (15-35 lbs.) ½ - ¾ tsp.
Large dog (35 lbs. and up) 1 tsp.
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Barley Dog is recommeded as part of the "Westie"
diet, a specific diet formulated just for West Highland Terriers. I have been using it for over 6 months and it helps aid the digestion for my Westie, who tends to have a sensitive stomach. Plus he benefits from the antioxidants and amino acids. I mix the powder in with his food, and he loves it.
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