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Join date : 2012-12-15
|Subject: Malted Kelp and appetite Mon Mar 09, 2015 11:42 pm|| |
Recently found this supplement claimed that would help to improve the appetite. I am little bit curious how does malted kelp improve the dog's appetite?
I enclosed the product description below.
"A traditional supplement containing Malt, Kelp and Aniseed, formulated to encourage and maintain a good healthy appetite in both dogs and cats.
The combination of ingredients in this tablet encourages those with poor appetites to clear their bowls and so even fussy feeders will be helped to regain a healthy appetite and so gain bodyweight and condition. The inclusion of aniseed in the formula aids digestion and makes it appealing to the taste; kelp ensures that all the essential micro nutrients are supplied. Nutritious malt extract is for energy and to provide vitamin B meaning it is ideal for convalescents and poor eaters alike. This tablet may be crushed for easy administration if required and should be given half an hour before feeding."
Join date : 2013-02-11
Location : NYC
|Subject: Re: Malted Kelp and appetite Tue Mar 10, 2015 12:24 pm|| |
I don't know how that would help. Maybe they like the taste of malt? I tried giving Diz kelp for a while and he hated it. If you're worried about appetite, or if Okami isn't finishing her food, try adding a tsp of DE and a bit of water. It's worked for every fussy eater I've ever met! Also helps make the poops solid.
Join date : 2012-10-29
Location : Montreal, Canada
|Subject: Re: Malted Kelp and appetite Tue Mar 10, 2015 12:30 pm|| |
can you provide the link?
Join date : 2012-12-15
|Subject: Re: Malted Kelp and appetite Tue Mar 10, 2015 10:19 pm|| |
- Kellyb wrote:
- can you provide the link?
Here you are
Join date : 2012-12-15
|Subject: Re: Malted Kelp and appetite Tue Mar 10, 2015 10:22 pm|| |
- wpskier222 wrote:
- I don't know how that would help. Maybe they like the taste of malt? I tried giving Diz kelp for a while and he hated it. If you're worried about appetite, or if Okami isn't finishing her food, try adding a tsp of DE and a bit of water. It's worked for every fussy eater I've ever met! Also helps make the poops solid.
Would like to confirm a few things:
1: Is the DE are you referring to diatomic earth?
2: How to apply? in the meal?
Thanks for sharing your secret with us =)
|Subject: Re: Malted Kelp and appetite || |
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