The list of potential benefits that are associated with giving your dog health supplements is endless, which is why more and more UK dog owners are now choosing to enhance their dogs’ diets with natural supplements or vitamins.
Here at Sabre, we’ve taken the time to produce a brand-new range of supplements that are designed to support your four-legged friends. We're excited to announce that all three of our supplements are available to purchase online from today! (Thursday 2nd November).
Each product is made up of carefully selected ingredients, that will not only enhance your dogs’ diet, but also provide them with essential vitamins and nutrients, to help them live a happy and healthy life.
Our ‘PowerPaws’ supplement offers a medium to high level of joint support. The formula, which contains added Boswellia, nourishes, conditions, replenishes and lubricates your dog’s hips and joints.
PowerPaws comes in the form of a powder, which can be added to your dog’s food daily. Depending on the size of the dog, you can give them between 1 and 4 scoops a day. All the measurements and nutritional information is clearly displayed on the label.
Within the first few weeks of adding the supplement to your dog’s diet, you should start to notice a change in their movements and general well-being, as the formula gets to work.
Our second product, GutGuard, offers daily digestion support and is designed to improve your dog’s overall health and vitality.
The formula contains Penta-biotic®, pre, post and probiotics, which get to work on your dog’s gut and helps ease any digestive problems, or tummy troubles they might be having.
Designed to ease any stresses or anxieties your dog may be having, CanineCalm is a carefully formulated blend of essential Amino Acids and vitamins. The unique blend of nutrients, with added passionflower, is designed to help combat stress, tension, anxiety, and nervousness in your dog.
If you're considering supplements for your dog, consult with your veterinarian to determine if they are necessary and which supplements, if any, are appropriate for your dog's specific needs.