Size (length*width*height): 10cm x 10cm x 15cm
Expiry Date: More than 15 months
Function: Healthy Growth & Digestive Health
Life Stage: Puppy & AdultDUE TO CMCO, THIS PRODUCT IS NOT APPLICABLE/CANNOT BE SHIPPED OUT TO SABAH AND SARAWAK UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE.
100g per pack.
Eggshell as suggested is the hard, outer layer of an egg.
It consists mostly of calcium carbonate, a common form of calcium, the rest is made up of protein and other minerals.
Calcium carbonate is the most common form of calcium in nature.
It is also the cheapest and most widely available form of calcium in supplements.
In the past decades, eggshell powder processed from eggs has been used as a natural calcium supplement.
Eggshells are roughly 40% calcium, with each gram providing 381–401 mg of Calcium
Some research suggests that the calcium in eggshell powder may be better absorbed than pure calcium carbonate, making it an effective calcium supplement.
Eggshell powder can improve bone strength in pets with osteoporosis, and easily made at home.
One study indicates that it may be more effective than purified calcium carbonate supplements.
Not every pet is able or wants to eat bones, it’s not always trouble free Eggshells are high in calcium and eggshell powder is an easy digestible animal calcium source so it would be a good alternative to feeding bone.
When a pet can’t crush/ chew a bone due to dental problems, or has difficulty digesting bone, a calcium supplement is needed to provide your pet with the much needed calcium and eggshell powder can easily help you with that due to it’s ability to be absorbed easily.
When a dog or cat presents itself with bladder/ kidney problems it is advised not to feed bone due to the high phosphorous levels they contain.
This is when a lot of pet owners start to panic as the main source of calcium in a raw diet are bones.
No fear as Egg shell powder can be the answer.
Not only could eggshell powder be a good alternative to eating bone, it could also be a good add on to a raw diet.
General rule of thumb is that calcium versus phosphorous ratio should be a 1-1.
Feeding bone means that you can easily exceed the 1-1 ratio of phosphorous to calcium ratio, as the meat we feed also contains phosphorous and unless you analyze every protein separately (which most of us don’t) exceeding the ratio is easily done.
For this reason some raw feeders prefer to add eggshell powder as well, or alternate feeding bone a few days and egg shell powder another few days (2-3 times a week)
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|Extra 1.00 kg
|First 0.50 kg
|Extra 0.50 kg