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For Dogs and Cats :

Spirulina is a true gift of nature to all living things. Spirulina shows excellent results on the health of humans and birds and for our pets – dogs and cats. Functional foods mean that it provides energy and nutrients for our body but also has some special functions that improve our health.

Spirulina improves the immune system of dogs and cats, just as it does in humans. A good immune system is shown by a good quality of skin and coat. Dogs and cats that suffer from itchy skin or fleas can get some relief with the use of spirulina. Spirulina for dogs has a set of benefits for the good health that are regularly fed with it.

Spirulina is 100% pure. 100% natural (without dye, preservative, agglomerant or pesticide).

It has no adverse effects on the digestive system, kidneys or liver of the animal.

Composition :

  • Source of digested proteins,
  • rich in trace elements,
  • mineral salts (iron, calcium, magnesium, manganese, potassium, selenium, phosphorus, copper, zinc, sodium),
  • rich in vitamin (B1, B2, B3, B5, B6, B9, B12) and pro-vitamin A, E, D, PP,
  • contains powerful antioxidants and antiradicals (beta-carotene),
  • enzymes including the famous SOD (superoxide dismutase) with antioxidant and healing effects,
  • gamma linolenic fatty acid (Omega 6), essential for immunity, anti-infective and anti-allergic defenses,
  • presence of pigments with amazing properties such as chlorophyll, beta-carotene and especially phycocyanin (anti-inflammatory, stimulation of the immune system …)

Conditioning :

Practical packs, hermetic and opaque, 100 g of spirulina flakes, 100% pure (without dye, preservative, binder or pesticide).


Add straws to the diet daily

(you can dilute with a little water on dry foods)
In cure of three months :

  • Cat: 0.5 to 1 gram per day (up to half a teaspoon)
  • Small dog (<10kg): 0.5 to 1 gram per day (up to half a teaspoon)
  • Dog (10 to 20 kg): 1 gram per day (half a teaspoon)
  • Dog (20 to 30 kg): 1 to 2 grams per day (up to a teaspoon)
  • Dog (30 to 40 kg): 1.5 to 2.5 grams per day ( up to a teaspoonful )

Product quality :

  • 100% guaranteed purespirulina , GMO-free, pesticide, preservative or bonding agent,
  • low temperature solar drying(<40 ° C) fast for optimal nutritional quality,
  • Of bacteriologicalbatch by an independent laboratory accredited to ISO 17025 standards.
  • vacuum storagebefore final packaging.
  • package of food quality, opaque and practice (rezippable).
  • Finally, our gentle cultivation methods(shading basins, no use of CO2 to intensify growth), guarantee you aspirulina rich in phycocyanin , the unique nutrients to spirulina that makes it a natural food supplement of exception.


Common Causes of Cat Anxiety and How to Solve the Problem

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Cats are popular pets. Unlike dogs, they don’t need constant care and attention, although some breeds are more demanding than others. It’s OK to leave a cat home alone for the day since most moggies will either sleep or venture outdoors for a wander around. Cats are not the most demonstrative companions, but they can be very loving and affectionate. A happy cat will curl up on your knee, purr, and sometimes play if it is feeling energetic enough. An unhappy, anxious cat will hide out of sight, be aggressive, pee everywhere, groom excessively, and be very vocal. As you can probably tell, it isn’t much fun living with an anxious cat. So what causes anxiety in cats and what can you do to solve the problem?

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A change in their living environment is the most common cause of anxiety in felines.

New Member of the Household

Introducing a new pet to the household often upsets the status quo, even if your existing cat is the most chilled out feline ever. Cats are very territorial. Unlike dogs, cats are often happier living in splendid isolation, so even though you assume your cat is lonely, in fact, he’s quite happy on his own. Once a new cat comes along, there will be a period of adjustment while both cats decide who is the dominant cat.

Older cats may fight and show aggression to a usurper on their territory. An older cat may attack a playful kitten, or if you introduce a mature cat, it could get nasty.

The key to success is to introduce the cats to each other gradually. Restrict the new cat to one room initially, so each has a chance to get used to the other cat’s scent in relative safety. Once the new cat has settled, let him meet the other cat under close supervision.

The same strategy applies when you introduce a new dog to the household. Don’t rush the process and make sure the cats have a safe place to go where the dog can’t reach them.

Moving Home

Moving home is another source of cat anxiety. Like people, cats get used to a home and uprooting them can cause problems. Whilst you may see a new home as an excuse to purchase a nice new cat bed, this is a bad idea. Your cat will appreciate the familiarity of his smelly bed, so don’t throw it away. Keep your cat in for a week, so he has a chance to settle down and get used to the new house.

Trauma and Stress

Rescue cats often display symptoms of anxiety because they have suffered trauma. You can’t do much about this other than being patient and showing your cat plenty of love. Once they come to trust you, they should settle down.

Plugging in a Feliway is one way to ease anxiety in cats. Feliway plug-ins emit natural pheromones that can ease the transition when introducing a new pet. Cannabis sativa supplements can also help with situational anxiety problems.

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