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  • Annamaet Glycocharge Review

    September 28, 2020 3 min read 2 Comments

    Glycocharge is the ideal post exercise supplement, formulated to aid in the rapid repletion of muscle glycogen stores following periods of work or exercise. It should be given within 30 minutes following exercise. In a study on running dogs, Glycocharge supplemented dogs replenished their glycogen levels to 88% restored in 4 hours and 97% restored within 24 hours so your dog will be ready to hunt or compete the next day.


    Malto Dextrins, Poultry Liver, Dried Egg Product, Dextrose, Salt, Potassium Chloride, Calcium Carbonate, Magnesium Oxide, Iron Proteinate, Betaine Anhydrous, Brewers Dried Yeast, Zinc Proteinate, Manganese Proteinate, Copper Proteinate, D-Calcium Pantothenate, Vitamin B12 Supplement L-Carnitine, Pyridoxine Hydrochloride, Vitamin A Acetate, Vitamin D3 Supplement, Thiamine Mononitrate, Calcium Iodate.

    Feeding Instructions:

    For each 50 lbs. of body weight - dissolve 2 scoops (enclosed) in 1 pint (.04 liter) of water and feed within 30 minutes of completing exercise. For 25 lb. dogs, use 1 scoop.

    Lion Country Supply Staff Reviews

    “Glycocharge has been one of those products that for me have become an every hunt routine. The difference it makes in a dog's recovery is dramatic, especially when you are counting on the same dog day after day as I do. Most noticeable is the reduced or total lack, of soreness after a hunt. I have begun to water the dog with Glycocharge (at a reduced concentration) throughout the day and feel it has been helpful. Great product!” – Bill Scimio, LCS Gun Roon

    “I have been using Glycocharge for the past 2 hunting seasons. I have seen significant improvement in my labs endurance, and when on extended hunting trips she shows no signs of early morning stiffness. I give her Glycocharge within 1/2 hour after a long hunt for pheasants, grouse, doves or waterfowl. I really noticed a difference on a-day grouse and woodcock hunt in the U.P. of Michigan last year when the temperatures some days were in the 70's. She held up great!” – Brian Parsons, LCS Telephone Specialist

    Annamaet Glycocharge is one of the most useful products I have had a chance to use lately. We used it as directed every day during a week-long trip to the great Northwoods of Maine. The effects on the dogs were absolutely amazing. I was able to run 3 young dogs every day for 6 days(they totaled at almost 90 miles per Garmin Astro track log) and we had no dogs that were not ready, willing and able to hunt any day of the week. The most important thing when using the Annamaet Glycocharge is to get it into the dog as soon as you can after running. I will be able to cut in half, the amount of dogs for the trip next year.” – Andy Purnell, - LCS Customer Service

    "My 9-year-old Lab is getting a little long in the tooth and has the accompanying aches and pain that comes with age. We often have the chance to work a continental style pheasant shoot at a local club, where you can expect 30 to 100 retrieves per day. After a recent shoot, Alle could barely move for a day. We had another shoot the following weekend, so I mixed some Glycocharge and give it to her during and after the shoot.

    The results were amazing - she felt so good when we got home she ran off to visit the neighbors. I should have tried Glycocharge sooner!" - John Sarver, LCS Warehouse Specialist

    2 Responses

    Tom Fiumarello
    Tom Fiumarello

    January 20, 2022

    I had the same Issue, but I carry the small packets (from Blue Wilderness) but there are a lot out there…..mix that packet with the Glycocharge…….and down it goes……….no issues what so ever. They love both products, and a little food makes everything better.

    John Catlin
    John Catlin

    November 02, 2020

    I understand the science behind Glycocharge. The problem was getting my dog to drink it or eat it. The instructions say to “feed” within 30 minutes, which implies eating it, but I’ve never seen a dog want to eat anything immediately after an hour of hunting. Heck! it’s sometimes difficult to get them to eat at all, even the same day.
    I use an exercise shaker bottle, the kind you might see people using at the gym to mix a protein shake. I mix Glycocharge with water in the shaker before we start hunting. When we get back to the truck, I slowly pour it into his thirsty mouth, before I let him drink fresh water from a bowl.
    I used to use similar products in sports tournaments. You can drink sips during the game, then drink the recommended amount shortly after the game. I assume you could also give sips of Glycocharge to your dog throughout the hunt and then give him the full dose at the end. So, you may want to mix a little more than the recommended amount.

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