Green Lipped Mussels - A 'Superfood' for Pets
Known for their amazing, natural ability to help both humans and animals manage arthritis and joint-related pains, our Green Lipped Mussels are a great addition to any pet's diet.
Green Lipped Mussels are:
If your pet is experiencing issues with the following aliments, adding our Freeze-Dried Green Lipped Mussels is for them!
Nutritional Properties of Green Lipped Mussels
The Omega-3s and other fatty acids commonly found in mussels are the source for many of the health benefits that these shellfish offers. The high concentration of Omega fatty acids give mussels pain-reducing properties and the glucosamine and chondroitin found in this shellfish help reduce inflammation. Because of these properties, mussels are useful for pets who may be suffering from joint problems such as arthritis. Mussels can also be used as a preventative to help prevent your pet from experiencing these joint problems later in life.
They pair very nicely with glucosamine supplements and fish oil found in Furchild Meals for Dogs and Meals for Cats.
Your pet’s joints will not be the only thing that improves or is supported with mussels. These same fatty acids help promote a shiny coat and healthy skin. A healthy skin and coat will keep your pet feeling soft while also reducing any irritations or itching that they may experience.
Mussels are also considering to be a superfood because they contain vitamins, minerals, amino acids, antioxidants, and enzymes on top of the Omega-3s. All in all, they are a great supplement to be adding to your pet’s diet.
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100% Sustainably farmed Green Lipped Mussels from New Zealand
We suggest feeding approximately 1 mussel per 9 kg (20 lb) per day, up to 3 mussels per day.
Our Freeze-Dried treats can be enjoyed out of the bag or rehydrated as a meal topper. They are not intended to be fed as a complete and balanced diet. Best if fed within 30 days after opening. Ensure pets have access to water bowls.
Wash hands, utensils, counters, food dishes, and related areas thoroughly with hot, soapy water after each feeding.