Chlorella for dogs is a great addition to a healthy diet.
This green food provides concentrated nutrition and superb toxin binding capacity.
Heavy metals, pesticides and more are challenges to our well-being that we and our four-footed companions both face. Canine health problems are exacerbated by both a toxic environment, a more stressful world AND compromised nutritive value of our foods.
In addition, the majority of our pets also are born with less constitutional vigor than the dogs of old.
For all these reasons, Chlorella for dogs is a very good idea!
Finding the highest quality is important when considering Chlorella for dogs, just as it is for you and me.
Because this super food has such an amazing capacity for absorbing toxins during its growth as well as when we eat it, you want to make sure the brand you buy for your pet is grown AND packaged under very rigorously monitored conditions of purity. If you buy a cheap brand of Chlorella for your dog, most likely you are inadvertently adding to the mercury and other toxins in his/her body. I know you don't want to do that!
Here is a page with some guidelines on how to make sure you are getting quality Chlorella for dogs (and humans): Chlorella Safety
Chlorella for dogs should be added to their diet gradually, as it is a very concentrated food.
If your dog won't eat tablets, grind up the tablets in a coffee grinder (cleaned of all coffee residue as coffee is toxic for dogs). start with 1/8 teaspoon sprinkled in a mix of water and meat broth 30 minutes before a meal for maximum detox effect. After 3 - 4 days, add another 1/8 teaspoon. Only add 1/8 teaspoon each few days. One teaspoon as a maximum dose for a 50 lb dog, less for smaller dogs.
If your dog won't drink the Chlorella and water/broth mixture, just sprinkle into his/her food. If you dog eats kibble, moisten a little before adding powder so it adheres to the food.
If using tablets, just give ONE per day for a few days, then increase to 2 for another few days and so on. Only increase by ONE tablet each few days.
It is also good to provide some liquid right afterwards; around a cup of water with some meat broth mixed in for flavor to make sure your dog will drink all of it.
Chlorella for dogs is the most chlorophyll rich plant on earth. One thing to know is that the very dark green of the chlorophyll can make stools look very dark. That is normal for both dogs and humans.
Digestibility will be partly determined by how the cell walls of this super green algae are treated. If ground up by a 'dyno-mill' process or other grinding method, the fragile nutrients inside the cell are exposed to deterioration by oxidation. Also, because of spoilage, digestive upsets are more likely.
The Chlorella for dogs that I provide has the cell walls cracked by radio waves as well as high speed blowing which cracks the cells against one another. This leaves each cell intact but with a network of cracks like an eggshell - ready to release the protected nutrients once they come in contact with digestive juices.
Chlorella for dogs provides super nutrition, toxin binding and some healthy bulk (the cell walls), all in one great supplemental food.