Are your products organic?

All GreenDog Naturals® products utilize organic ingredients whenever possible. Whole Dog Daily® and Complete Calm® are certified organic through Quality Assurance International. While Healthy Motion® powder contains over 65% certified organic ingredients. No products containing glucosamine and MSM are permitted to be certified as organic products. Not all products in the market are adhering to the national Organic Program, so check with certifications.

Where are the products manufactured?

Our products are manufactured in the U.S.A. in a certified-organic, GMP (Good Manufacturing Practices) and FDA compliant facility, located in South Florida, which also manufactures human dietary supplements and is licensed for OTC manufacturing. All raw materials are rigorously verified for authenticity and tested for potency and purity prior to use.

Are GreenDog Naturals products grain free and/or gluten free?

GreenDog Naturals products are free of soy, wheat and corn, but aren’t considered truly “grain-free” as some do contain barley grass and barley malt. Barley grass has no detectable amount of gluten present, and sprouted barley malt has an insignificant level, well below the minimum for making gluten free claim under proposed regulations.

How should I interpret the potencies of probiotics and enzymes?

It can be very difficult to interpret what all the numbers really mean when looking at probiotic and enzyme levels. The level of enzymes and probiotics in Whole Dog Daily is based upon positive clinical results achieved by the animal scientists who assisted in formulating the product and are guaranteed active.

What is spirulina and why is it good for my dog?

Spirulina platensis, is a species of nutrient rich blue green algae, which naturally grows in warm water alkaline lakes. It is one of the world’s most nutritious foods, containing over 60% protein, high amounts of beta-carotene, mixed carotenoids, small amounts of the entire B-complex vitamins (including B-12), highly absorbable iron, and trace minerals. Wild spirulina is used as a traditional food source in some regions of Central America and Africa, it also sustains an abundant number of wildlife. Because of it’s nutrient dense profile, spirulina is widely used as a food supplement and is now grown in many areas throughout the world. Cultivation of supplemental spirulina, utilizes controlled ponds with purified alkaline water allowing for a growing environment free from contamination of other algae. Spirulina provides organic phytonutrients not found in commercial dog food, it is a great alternative for dogs that like to eat grass.

My dog has a sensitive stomach, how do I introduce the product to them?

Slowly introduce any new supplement or dog food to your dog’s diet. GreenDog Naturals’ products are designed to be very gentle-on-the-stomach, so it is unlikely to have any sensitivity. However, it would likely be best to start with half of the recommended dose and increase gradually so that a sensitive dog may have time to adjust.

Can I give my dog Whole Dog Daily®, Healthy Motion®? How do I combine them? What about Complete Calm®?

Whole Dog Daily and Healthy Motion are designed to be a family of products that can work together. Whole Dog Daily should be the base product which each dog uses as part of the daily dietary program. If a dog has specific needs for extra support for joints and hips, then Healthy Motion® should be added with Whole Dog Daily.

Complete Calm is a safe, gentle situational product that may be used in combination with Whole Dog Daily® and/or Healthy Motion® without negative side effects.

Can I give GreenDog Naturals products to my puppy?

Yes after 3-6 months, but the dose should be adjusted per the puppy’s weight and always best to ask the advice of the dogs veterinarian.

We’d love to hear from you and your dog!
Please share with us how GreenDog Naturals has made a difference in your dog’s health!
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