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Our pets deserve to be taken care of the same way we prioritize
taking care of ourselves. That's why we've formulated a supplement
with the most premium ingredients for ultimate wellness. 


  • Science-Backed

  • Quality Ingredients

  • Made In The USA

  • All-In-One Additive


Premium, All-Natural 
Human-Grade Ingredients

Our pets deserve to be taken care of the same way we prioritize taking care of ourselves. That's why we've formulated a supplement with the most premium ingredients for ultimate wellness. 

Our pets deserve to be taken care of the same way we prioritize taking care of ourselves.
That's why we've formulated a supplement with the most premium ingredients for ultimate wellness. 

  • Science-Backed

  • Quality Ingredients

  • Made In The USA

  • All-In-One Additive

High-quality ingredients for pet owners with high standards

  • PawPlex
  • Other Supplements
  • No fillers, preservatives, or additives.

  • Palatability tested for a preferred taste.

  • Straightforward packaging to ease confusion.

  • Manufactured in a FDA, GMP-certified facility.

  • Researched, high-quality natural ingredients. 

  • Packed with over 70% of unnecessary ingredients.

  • Generic flavoring in hopes that your pet eats it.

  • Overwhelming packaging that confuses a pet owner.

  • Less transparent about where their product is made.

  • Low-grade ingredients to keep manufacturing costs low.

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Pumpkin is high in fiber and does wonders for the digestive system. It’s rich in fatty acids, which are good for the skin and fur. Pumpkin also contains beta-carotene, antioxidants, and tons of healthy minerals.


Blueberries are a good source of dietary fiber, antioxidants, and vitamin C, which boost your dog’s digestive, immune, and brain health.

Apples contain antioxidants, dietary fiber, vitamin A, and vitamin C. Dried apples are much more potent since they have been leached of their water content.


"A sprinkle of powder into your dog’s meal adds not only a new flavor but also a myriad of medicinal benefits. These include anti-inflammatory properties as well as the ability to slow or stop bacteria growth.


For older or obese/overweight dogs who are at risk of contracting diabetes, as little as a half a teaspoon of cinnamon a day can help regulate blood sugar and raise insulin resistance. Some studies show that cinnamon can fight the fungus that causes yeast infections. "

Cranberries are antioxidant-rich fruits that can help boost your dog’s immune health and decrease inflammation. They’re high in vitamin C, fiber, and potassium, along with being low in calories. Cranberries can also help combat a canine urinary tract infection, as they can in humans. What’s more, cranberries are good for your dog’s teeth, cardiovascular system, and eyesight. Cranberries are a great source of vitamins A, B1, B2, and C. Cranberries are also rich in antioxidants, which have anti-inflammatory properties; phytochemicals, which help slow cell degeneration; and dietary fiber, which aids digestion.

Turmeric is healthy for your dog to eat and contains antioxidants that help prevent cancer and other diseases. Turmeric can also help dogs with arthritis by reducing inflammation. 

Kelp is added to pet food because it is a good source of minerals and amino acids, iodine which can help support a well functioning glandular system, and fiber. Because of its high iodine content, Kelp can help regulate glandular systems for optimal health. Kelp is also high in fiber which can help keep a dog’s digestive tract clean and healthy. Because Kelp is packed with vitamins and minerals, Kelp is also a low calorie ingredient to ensure a balanced diet. Three and one-half ounces of Kelp are only 43 kcals and contain almost 2 grams of protein, along with B vitamins, Vitamins C, E, and K, and magnesium, sodium, and zinc, among others.

Ginger’s function as a digestive aid for stomach upset and nausea is probably the best known benefit. But it’s far from the only one. In fact, its potential benefits extend way past digestive into more serious conditions like osteoarthritis and even cancer. Ginger can help nausea, bloating, arthritis, cancer, and heartworm.


Chamomile is one of the safest and most versatile herbal pet remedies around, chamomile has a broad range of scientifically proven uses.


Among the herb’s attributes are anti-spasmodic, carminative (gas relieving), anti-inflammatory, sedative, antimicrobial, digestive, vulnerary (wound healing), tonic (strengthens body functions and/or structures), and antihelmintic (worm-expelling) activities, all of which can be safely and effectively applied to dogs, cats, and most other types of animals. Chamomile delivers reliable antispasmodic, carminative, and mild sedative effects to the digestive system, making it useful in cases of indigestion, gas, or vomiting

Biotin promotes a healthier skin, coat, & Nervous System


Folic acid plays a role in amino acid and nucleotide metabolism and in mitochondrial protein synthesis. Folic acid helps your body produce and maintain new cells, and also helps prevent changes to DNA that may lead to cancer.

The first benefit of iron in dogs is in the synthesis of blood. This mineral is directly involved in the formation of red blood cells and hemoglobin. Hemoglobin is responsible for carrying oxygen and nutrients throughout the body. In addition, iron is necessary for a number of enzyme functions in your dog’s body. This means for your dog to be in good shape, he has to be deriving enough nutrients from the food he eats. Iron ensures there are enough red blood cells to facilitate this transport which in turn contributes to your dog’s good health.

Zinc is an essential trace mineral that is required in a pet’s diet to maintain good health. It is concentrated in certain parts of the brain, pancreas, and adrenal glands, as well as being present in the nucleus of all cells.

As an antioxidant, Vitamin C acts as both an oxygen interceptor (thus protecting the cells from being destroyed or altered by oxidation) and as a scavenger of free radicals. It not only prevents oxidation, but will, for instance, return oxidized vitamin E back to its original state by stealing an oxygen molecule away from the E molecule. Thus vitamin C is a restorative substance that inhibits tissue and collagen degeneration by working in conjunction with the other vitamins and minerals that protect the body and its systems.

Vitamin E is an antioxidant that can help defend the body against free radicals in the skin and other cells. Vitamin E is also an essential, fat-soluble vitamin that is good for a dog’s immune system, muscles, heart health, liver, nerve cell membranes and healthy skin and coat. 

Dogs need manganese to produce energy, metabolize protein and carbohydrates, and to make fatty acids.

Copper is necessary for a number of body processes including the formation of collagen, bone and connective tissue, the absorption of iron, the development and maturation of red blood cells, the function as an antioxidant, and the development of pigment in hair.

Can help improve healthy heart function, retinal function, reproductive health, and is a component of bile acids.

It promotes water retention and elasticity in the cartilage, helping to ensure adequate shock absorption and adequate nourishment of the tissues that line the joint. Chondroitin may also inhibit the production of inflammatory mediators that are destructive to the joint. Any pet with degenerative joint disease and arthritis may benefit from treatment with chondroitin.

A key nutrient for dogs with insulin resistance, diabetes or cushings disease.

It's crucial for healthy nervous system and brain function, as well as for the formation and growth of blood cells. It's also involved in intestinal health, so your dog needs B12 to maintain healthy digestion.

L-carnitine is an important nutrient that acts as a transport for fatty acids, essential for the cellular production of energy. Can help in weight loss.

Vitamin D is an essential nutrient that helps dogs regulate the balance and retention of calcium and phosphorus.

It promotes water retention and elasticity in the cartilage, helping to ensure adequate shock absorption and adequate nourishment of the tissues that line the joint. Like glucosamine, with which it is often combined in supplements, chondroitin may also inhibit the production of inflammatory mediators that are destructive to the joint.

Coenzyme Q10 is an antioxidant supplement used for the cardiovascular system for dogs and cats. It is a compound that is made naturally in the body. The body uses it for cell growth and to protect cells from damage.

Very popular nutritional supplements for dogs. They are advertised to help with skin conditions, allergies, kidney function, lymphoma, heart disease, cognitive function, arthritis, and more. 


Omega-6 fatty acids are involved in cell membrane structure and cell function. They are required for normal reproduction, growth, immune function, and skin and coat health. Just like Omega-3 fatty acids, Omega-6 fatty acids are a type of fat and, thus contribute calories to your dog’s diet.


Have their first double bond between carbon atoms 9 and 10, containing Oleic acid as its main component. Omega 9s can be manufactured by the body, but supplementation can help, as well. Omega 9 shows signs of being essential to immune function.


A naturally occurring sulfur compound with health and pain relieving benefits for both dogs and humans. Supplementing MSM in your dog’s diet can help alleviate joint pain and offer a list of other benefits. MSM is thought to enhance the structural integrity of connective tissue, which can help reduce scar tissue and strengthen joints.

All dogs can benefit from probiotics, which aid digestion and modulate the immune system.

An essential vitamin for dogs, which means it must be part of their diet in order for your dog to maintain optimal health. The brain and other high energy organs require thiamine for proper function because it is used for carbohydrate metabolism.

A naturally occurring sulfur compound with health and pain relieving benefits for both dogs and humans. Supplementing MSM in your dog’s diet can help alleviate joint pain and offer a list of other benefits. MSM is thought to enhance the structural integrity of connective tissue, which can help reduce scar tissue and strengthen joints.


Eye-supporting antioxidants that can provide optimal nutrition and protection to the eye structure, particularly for dogs at risk for ocular conditions.

MOS will eat/metabolize the bad and opportunistic bacteria in the hindgut.


Prebiotics support the growth of probiotics, which help keep bad bacteria under control in the dog's gut. By supporting the good bacteria, prebiotics help to prevent disease, improve digestion and nutrient absorption (especially minerals), and enhance the immune system.

Silica is well known for its ability to help expel foreign material such as splinters, foxtails, and thorns from the body. It is useful in resolving abscesses and infections at the root of teeth. Silica is a good remedy for illnesses that linger such as the dog that always has a slight runny nose or chronic sinusitis. Silica can help heal corneal ulcers and might retard the development of cataracts. Silica can treat constipation and also helps impacted anal glands. Silica can diminish the negative effects of vaccinations.

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Barley is a valuable source of fiber and nutrition for your pet. Not only do cats love these sweet, tender greens, they benefit from them as a digestive aid. Barley greens also help prevent hairballs.


Cranberries are often used for their healthy urinary support benefits and may also provide antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, and anti-cancer benefits.


Essential for maintenance of skin and coat condition, normal growth, proper membrane structure, and absorption of fat-soluble vitamins.


Promotes healthy skin & coat. Boosts immune system.


Provides diarrhea relief while also effectively relieving painful constipation.


A key nutrient for cats with insulin resistance, diabetes or cushing's disease. If your cat is showing signs of weight gain, hair coat loss or excessive thirst B6 is an excellent choice as a supplement.


Helps ensure quality bone and cartilage. It also helps with the mitochondria function, or the cell's energy source. An amazing nutrient for cats suffering from muscle tension, spasms or seizures.


A joint supplement for pets in pain. Stimulates cartilage to produce the mortar (glycosaminoglycans) that holds moisture around the bricks (cartilage cells). Stimulates cartilage to produce collagen, which is similar to reinforcing fibers, within cartilage. Can be used to produce hyaluronic acid in synovial fluid.


An amino acid that helps support cardiovascular, liver, and cognitive health and function.


Zinc is among the most important minerals required for maintaining a healthy cat.


All cats can benefit from probiotics, which aid digestion and modulate the immune system.


It helps increase and maintain levels of vitamin B12, or cobalamin, in animals with deficiency caused by illness or disease. It also helps replace nutrients missing from your cat's regular diet.


Vitamin E can provide great benefits to your cat's skin and can be used to treat mites, eczema, and flea allergy dermatitis.


As carnivores, a cat’s diet is high in protein, and they need sufficient biotin to process and excrete it. Also called vitamin H, biotin supports the thyroid and adrenal glands and the reproductive and nervous systems. Biotin also helps the body use other B-complex vitamins and maintains healthy skin, coat and claws. Biotin also helps the body get rid of by-products from protein.


An essential vitamin for cats, which means it must be part of their diet in order for your cat to maintain optimal health. The brain and other high energy organs require thiamine for proper function because it is used for carbohydrate metabolism.


Increases the cellular energy necessary for heart health and improves carbohydrate metabolism and maintains gum tissue health.


A joint supplement helps reduce inflammation pain associated with Osteoarthritis & degenerative joint disease in senior cats. Helps protect your cat from further cartilage breakdown, can reverse the effects of joint damage.


An essential fatty acid is one that must be supplied in the diet because it cannot be manufactured by the body. It is associated with a reduced risk of type 2 diabetes and cardiovascular disease


Needed for the development of red blood cells and the formation of collagen, bone and connective tissue among other important functions.


FOS will help reduce constipation and stimulates the growth of beneficial intestinal microflora. Maintaining a healthy ecosystem

in your cat’s intestinal tract may make a big difference between having a vibrant, healthy pet or one that struggles with digestive issues. 

 


It is critical for normal vision, digestion, heart muscle function, to maintain normal pregnancy and fetal development, and to maintain a healthy immune system. Taurine is an essential amino acid in the cat.


Many people think of lutein as "the eye vitamin."


Folic acid provides a variety of benefits to cats, including elevation of blood oxygen levels, production of oxygen, synthesis of DNA, assistance in the metabolism of fat, and promotion of proper growth and development.


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