Code: Natural-Pet-Food


Power Greens:

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Our special blend of organic ingredients makes Power Greens for Pets the ultimate in vitamins, minerals, amino acids and plant protein.

Easy to digest whole food nutrition for pets. The nutrient value of this mix is derived from the interaction of the foods it contains and is therefore a food and not a supplement.

The nutrition value of this mix is far superior to other powdered pet supplement products. Compared to similar products you will notice the vibrant color to this mix as it is made with fresh ingredients.

16 oz size is a 30 to 60 day supply
32 oz size is a 90 to 120 day supply

Shelf life: 5 years if stored away from moisture, heat and light.

Compared to Dinovite, Power Greens for Pets is made with superior grade ingredients and will produce much faster and better results in the health of your pet. No need for large scoops of our Power Greens for Pets to get results. Depending on the size of your pet 1/2 teaspoon to one tablespoon is all you'll need. Your pet will be healthier and you'll save money.

Product Comparison:
DinoVite suggested serving 1/4 cup costs $1.80 to $2.08 per serving

Power Greens for Pets suggested serving 1/2 tsp to 1 tablespoon costs $0.59 to $1.46 per serving.

NOTE: There are gluten-free grasses in Power Greens for Pets and no grains (no sorghum equal to corn) or added sugars or clay (fructo-oligosaccharides, montmorillonite clay) found in DinoVite, which can cause digestive problems and allergies in pets.

For more information on what is in your pet's food and supplements see Herb Talk Live archives radio show on safe pet food air date 1/16/14.
Power Greens for Pets Ingredients: Certified organic or wild-crafted spirulina, chlorella, alfalfa, barley grass, gluten-free wheat grass, kelp or purple dulse seaweed, beet root, spinach leaf, rose hips, orange peel, lemon peel, and nutritional yeast (natural source of Vitamin B and does not promote candida).
"I like the ingredients. My pets will lick it out of the bottom of their bowl with food in it." Dr. Rebecca Carley, Hickory, NC