The Canine Biologics Nutrition System is made up of three parts: food, supplement mix and wild-caught Alaskan salmon oil. Our supplements are at the heart of our 3-part system and include a proprietary blend of plant extracts, amino acids vitamins and minerals, shown to support dogs' digestive, immune, integumentary and other physiologic systems.
Integrated Nutrition System Nutrient Profile: Protein 48% Fat 36% Carbohydrate 16% Fiber 5%
Our supplement mix includes vitamins and minerals along with ingredients specifically included to support dogs fighting cancer.
Our plant extracts include beta glucans, cordyceps mushroom, genistein and silybin which a range of studies have shown to have positive effects on the immune system and provide protection to the liver. High quality sources and forms of these naturally occurring compounds are included in Canine Biologics' Integrated Nutrition System.
Glutamine and arginine are two important amino acids present in the body. They have been shown to maintain healthy immune, digestive and circulatory systems among others. There is also evidence that indicates that they may also help to manage blood sugar levels and assure renal health. Our supplement includes these same amino acids supplied from the same sources used in human health.
Vitamins and Minerals
Though our food is 100% human grade and gently cooked to minimum temperatures for safety, to assure a complete and balanced diet, certain vitamins and minerals need to be added. AAFCO nutrient profiles are our guide and Canne Biologics meets or exceeds these widely accepted standards. As with our food, wild-caught salmon oil and other supplements, only 100% human grade versions of these vitamins and minerals meet the standards we set for your dog.
The Result: Canine Biologics Supplements
Just add the supplements and salmon oil to the rehydrated food and your dog's meal is ready to go. You have just made a serving of the world's only complete, cross-balanced Integrated Nutrition System created to support dogs fighting cancer and other dogs whose vets believe they can benefit from additional nutritional support.