This top selling general herbal supplement uses natures harvest of herbs in a unique formulation that maintains dogs and cats in optimum health. Each ingredient has a identifiable benefit for a specific part of the body and so in combination Keepers Mix supports the whole system and all the major organs.
This very quickly shows in improved vitality, a healthy thick coat, a sparkle in the eye and a general zest for life. This traditional supplement has been based on an old formula obtained from a Dorset gamekeeper and kennel-man, but brought up to date by us with the benefit of modern herbal knowledge and scientific research, so it is no surprise that this is an especially popular supplement for all working dogs.
All ingredients are tested to ensure they conform to modern standards on quality and purity, and the blend of herbs carefully balanced so that even when given to animals fed on complete foods, there is no risk of overheating the system or unbalancing the diet. The properties of the individual herbs in this supplement are Kelp Seaweed for minerals, coat growth and pigmentation; Celery Seed for suppleness and free movement; Lucerne (Alfalfa), a nutritious source of Vitamins A, C, E and K; Nettles, rich in chlorophyll and Vitamin C; Rosemary for digestion and flatulence and to maintain a healthy heart; Psyllium Husks for a healthy bowel and digestion; Clivers, to maintain healthy skin, kidney and bladder function; Wild Yam, useful to sustain a healthy intestine.
There are no vitamins or minerals added artificially to the product and those shown are naturally occurring in varying quantities in the herbs themselves. Keepers Mix is not intended to replace other herbal treatments but should be given as a supplement to the diet to regulate the bodys functions and assist in enabling the full benefit of the food to be obtained. It is recommended that this supplement be introduced gradually to cats so that it is more easily accepted.
Powdered Kelp Seaweed, Celery seeds, Lucerne (Alfalfa), Nettles, Rosemary, Psyllium Husks, Clivers and Wild Yam. Conforming to British Herbal Pharmacop?ial specifications.
Protein 13.2%; moisture 5.2%; fat 3.9%; ash 12.4%, crude fibre 16.6%.