Feed for a natural supply of iodine
Our dogs and cats depend on a good supply of iodine. The essential trace element is needed for the production of thyroid hormones, which are important for normal energy metabolism, the nervous system and for healthy development. The supply of iodine can be particularly important in areas of deficiency or when feeding BARF, which is why it makes sense to supplement the feed.
With natural Tierlieb seaweed powder, the iodine requirements can be covered and a deficiency prevented. It is gently extracted from the marine brown alga Ascophyllum, contains no additives and is of high controlled quality.
- Easy and precise dosage by measuring spoon
- Popular for biological raw feed appropriate to the species (BARF)
- An alternative source of iodine to fish
- Can support mouth hygiene
- Supports a strong coat colour by using natural pigments
Analytical contents: Raw protein 7.8 %, crude fat 2.8 %, crude fibre 3.7 %, crude ash 23.2 %.
Average iodine content 500 mg/kg.
Composition: 100 % finely granulated seaweed (Ascophyllum nodosum).
Feed recommendation per day:
Mix the recommended amount with the main food for growing young dogs, pregnant bitches or dogs with high activity levels. Adult dogs with normal activity levels have a lower iodine requirement, so supplementing 2-3 times a week is sufficient.
Small dogs (< 15 kg): ½ measuring spoon
Medium-sized dogs (15-25 kg): 1 measuring spoon
Large dogs (> 25 kg): 1-2 measuring spoons
Cats: A pinch 2-3 times per week.
The recommended daily dose should not be exceeded due to the high natural content of iodine. A treatment course of up to four weeks is recommended. In case of existing thyroid problems, feeding should be discussed with the vet beforehand.