Joint Care – Kangaroo (200g/500g)

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Joint related predisposed ailments such as Patellar Luxation, Hip Dysplasia, Intervertebral disc disease (IVDD) and age related mobility issues such as arthritis are other common conditions suffered by our fur babies.

It is difficult to watch our furkids age, but what we can do, is provide them a good quality of life, for as long as we can. And we know that diet plays an important role in keeping your dog healthy for longer.

FLooF Joint Care Series carefully selects superfoods for the joints as well as supplementing it with the most powerful nutrients that help ward off and alleviate age-related joint problems like arthritis and mobility issues.

Some dog breeds that are predisposed to joint issues :
Alaskan Malamute, Beagles, Border Collies, Bulldogs, Chihuahuas, Corgis, Dachshunds, German Shepherds, Golden Retrievers, Greyhound, Jack Russells, Labradors, Maltese, Old English Sheepdogs, Pitbulls, Pomeranians, Poodles, Pugs, Rottweilers, Samoyed, Shih Tzus,

We have continuously worked with our customers, vets and with proven blood test results to formulate these recipes to help alleviate the issue.

These recipes are not intended as medication. Always seek the advice of your vet and constantly monitor your furkids’ health.

We cook the meals fresh and deliver within 24 hours upon cooking, so do allow some time for us to prep the meals. As the meals are fresh, they are delivered chilled, NOT FROZEN. We do really mean FRESH!

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INGREDIENT LIST

KANGAROO

This Kangaroo meat is a great source of these anti-inflammatory fatty acids that also help]

Kangaroo meat is incredibly nutritious! It’s high in iron and zinc, and even Omega-3, which is an essential nutrient that is usually associated with fish.

 

BROCCOLI

Broccoli is another food that can help your joints change from a diseased joint environment to a healing joint environment. Simply put, broccoli helps with osteoarthritis by protecting the cartilage.

 

LENTILS
Lentils contain large amounts of soluble dietary fibre and hold significant stores of vitamin B6. They also contain anthocyanins, a flavonoid that helps reduce inflammation in your body.

 

WHITE CABBAGE

They are full of a compound called sulforaphane, which helps slow cartilage damage in joints due to osteoarthritis,

 

BLACK BARLEY

Black barley contains anthocyanins, the same reddish purple flavonoid pigments that give foods like blueberries their intense and amazing antioxidant properties. It contains high amounts of protein, fibre, Vitamin B6, selenium, zinc, phosphorous… no wonder- Oprah calls it a Superfood!

 

MUSSELS

Mussels are packed with Omega-3 fatty acids which research has proven help relieve pain and inflammation from arthritis. And just great for the joints!

 

BASIL

This amazing herb has been found to reduce swelling by to 73% within just 24 hours. The anti-inflammatory capacity of basil were similar to those seen with Diclofenac, an anti-inflammatory drug widely used in the treatment of arthritis. But unlike Diclofenac and other drugs of its type, basil has not been found to cause side effects such as gastro-intestinal irritation.

 

BURDOCK

Burdock root contains a number of antioxidants, such as quercetin, phenolic acids, and luteolin, which can help protect your cells from free radicals. These antioxidants help reduce inflammation throughout the body.

 

TURMERIC

Turmeric’s main active component, Curcumin, has anti-inflammatory properties, which reduces pain and increases ease of movement in dogs with osteoarthritis.

 

KRILL OIL

Not only does krill oil prevent the loss of bone, but it also increases the formation of new bone.

Studies have shown that krill oil may help reduce joint swelling and stiffness, and increase joint mobility associated with mild osteoarthritis. It may also provide temporary relief of pain from mild osteoarthritis

 

GLUCOSAMINE

An essential building block for the formation of glycosaminoglycans (GAGs) and proteoglycans, the main components of cartilage tissue. These compounds attract water to form joint cushion, providing lubrication and shock absorption.

MSM

Methylsulfonylmethane is a mineral necessary for the production of GAGs and proteoglycans

FEEDING GUIDE

FROM FAST FOOD TO FRESH FOOD

Are you ready to put your dog through doggy detox and transition from commercial dog food to fresh food? We’re more than happy to help! The time required to get your dog clean varies based on the age and sensitivity of your dog, but a good estimate is between 5-10 they

RECOMMENDED FEEDING GUIDE

How much you feed your dog varies with age, breed and activity. Use this chart as an initial guide and remember to weigh your dog every 1-2 weeks, adjust initial servings accordingly when starting a new diet.

MY DOG HAS AN UPSET STOMACH, OR LOOSE STOOL, WHY?

Most dogs transition easily, but some of themore sensitve ones experience a little change poo consistency, which is no cause for worry! Scale back the percentage of FLooF fresh food to old food and transit a bit slower.

MY DOG SEEMS HUNGRY, SHOULD I FEED HIM MORE?

Dogs love food, especially ours, so don’t be surprised if they get a Bole greedy! Feeding guidelines are approximate and are subject to a dog’s age, activity level and metabolism. If he begin to lose or gain unexpected weight, start adjusting Me amount of food until his weight stabilises.

HEATING INSTRUCTION

REHEATING FLOOF VACUUM GUIDE
While FLooF food can be served straight out of the bag, your dog will probably opt for a nicely- warmed dinner. Who wouldn’t?

MICROWAVE
Our Bags are microwave safe; cut a corner off so steam can escape

SIMMER
Submerge the vacuum bag in a pot of simmering (not boiling) water. Reheating time varies widely based on the food and colume so keep a close watch!

STORAGE GUIDE

Storing FLooF fresh food is really easy, just follow the freezer and fridge instructions.

IN THE FREEZER

FLooF vacuum packs car be stored in the freezer for up to 9 months. Defrost in the refrigerator overnight and heat up before serving,

IN THE FRIDGE

Unopened vacuum packs can be stored in the refrigerator for up to 2 weeks. Remaining food can be refrigerated again but must be consumed by the next day. For longer storage of unopened packs, place food in an airtight container and consume within 3 days.

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