Petbalance Kelp Powder For Cats & Dogs 100g

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SKU
I236245
Health Type
Vitamins & Supplements
Dog Size
All
Care Instructions
When introducing any new health product, it is wise to start with a lower than recommended dose and build up over the course of several days to a week.
Description
PetBalance Kelp Powder is sustainably harvested from the pristine waters of New Zealand. Rich in Oceanic minerals, especially iodine, Kelp supports healthy thyroid function which in turn regulates metabolism. It has more than 70 essential vitamins, minerals and trace elements for all round well-being and maintaining a shiny and healthy skin and coat in animals. We recommend visiting your local Veterinarian for advice if this product is suitable for your pet.

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