DID YOU KNOW?
- Dog food is HARDLY regulated!
- There is no governing body or entity that verifies the label!
- What is your loving Pet really eating?
- Dog foods are cooked at 118 degrees and void of important nutritional factors your pet needs!
Your Dog Deserves
Beautiful Skin and Coat
Joint Support & Flexibility
Healthy Digestive System
Strong Immune Support
Solid Muscles and Bone Quality
Calm and Relaxed Temperament
FETCH Is An Organic & Human Grade Quality Supplement
FETCH is Manufactured By an FDA Inspected Registered Facility
FETCH Is Compliant With
- FDA Inspected Registered Facility
- USDA National Organic Program (NOP)
- Certified Organic by Quality Certification Services (QCS)
- Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) GMP Validates label with what’s inside the container.
FETCH Contains The Following
Why the 10 Essential Amino Acids?
The 10 Essential Amino Acids are
Your dog must eat perfect proteins in order to create them. The dogs body does not produce them on their own! Nor due humans for that matter.
Fact, Amino Acids are the building blocks of life that support every cell in the body. Internal organs and external, dogs and human’s a like! Without them daily in your dog’s diet, ill health can occur. You can only resource them by the food that is eaten, the body does not produce them automatically like non-essential amino acids. Dogs and humans need essential amino acids and non for optimum health.
Essential Amino Acids Are Not Provided By Your Dog’s Body
- While dogs, cats and even humans produce about half of these Amino Acids internally, the other half, termed “Essential Amino Acids,” need to be provided by the diet. Since protein from dog food can be incomplete or void of Essential Amino Acids that are vital to your dog’s health.
Numerous healing and preventative anti-inflammatory properties to support overall vibrant health for your dog.
There are many recorded benefits of how this herb will help your dog.
Pain: because all dogs are subject to arthritis, turmeric can play an important role due to its anti-inflammatory properties. Turmeric is also a powerful antioxidant to boost your dog’s immune system, it tops the list for natural remedies for treating dogs with stiff and painful joints.
Turmeric’s anti-inflammatory properties reduce all internal inflammation including arteries that are laden with cholesterol plaque, which is the leading component in the harding of the arteries and heart attacks. Yes, dogs have heart attacks and heart failure as well as high blood pressure. Plaque does not go away and inflammation causes lack of blood supply to the heart and all vital organs.
Turmeric combats this by keeping inflammation and arteries swelling at bay so blood can flow freely through out the body. Oxygen rich blood can maintain optimum health.
L-Theanine. This is another great amino acid supplement to control anxiety. L-theanine works by increasing serotonin and therefore increasing your pup’s overall sense of well-being. Dogs tend to stay more relaxed using L-Theanine. Many dogs continue to bite, lick and chew past the resolution of their allergies due to chronic stress and anxiety. L-theanine works with the beta receptors in the brain to neutralize neurological responses towards stress, thus keeping your dog more calm & relaxed.
Why Only Mega 3 Fatty Acids?
Omega 3 Only Fatty Acids
Giving your pet Omega 3 can help reduce inflammation and thus lessens the intensity of most types of allergies, including flea bite allergies, inhalant/contact allergies, and/or food allergies. Omega 3 fatty acids also help lessen dry skin and dander, and many forms of skin scaling disorders. Use of Omega 3 fatty acid supplements also allows pet owners to use when managing many of these skin conditions
Many pets have health problems caused by too much inflammation in the body as do humans, so most dogs benefit from supplements with higher concentrations of Omega 3 Fatty Acids.
The four basic digestive enzymes are:
- Protease – helps break down and digest protein.
- Amylase – helps break down and digest carbohydrates and starches.
- Lipase – helps break down and digest fat.
- Cellulase – helps break down fiber.
Digestive enzymes can be inactivated or destroyed when there is a change in temperature. Specifically, when food is cooked or processed at temperatures 118°F or above, the enzymes in the food are destroyed. (It means if you feed your dog foods cooked under high heat, such as kibbles or canned food, your dog cannot get enough digestive enzymes from the food). Without these food enzymes, the body must work harder and create more digestive enzymes to fully digest the food.
Digestive enzymes are critical in your dog’s digestive tract. They help your pets to absorb the nutrients in food. Without them you pet is now lacking the nutrition he or she needs to be healthy.
- Lactobacillus acidophilus.
- Enterococcus faecium.
- Bifidobacterium lactis.
- Lactobacillus casei.
- Bifidobacterium breve.
There are over 100 trillion reasons your dog need probiotics.
Many researchers have shown that declining levels of beneficial bacteria in your dog’s gut and intestinal tract may mark the onset of chronic degenerative disease and a suppressed immune system.
Most importantly, beneficial bacteria are a primary defense against foreign invaders and an important part of a healthy immune system. As much as 80% of your dog’s immune system is based in his gut, so a healthy gut is vital to your dog’s overall health.