The digestive system is responsible for several key functions of the body; it’s not just for digesting food. The digestive system absorbs nutrients, a significant component of the dog’s immune system, and eliminates solids from the body. Much like humans, the majority of a dog’s immune system comes from their gut, making up 70 percent of their overall immune system.
Annamaet Endure is a powdered supplement for dogs that is designed to help maintain joint integrity and gut health. Endure is one of our top 10 dog supplements that we recommend every dog owner use. Annamaet Endure is certificated by the National Animal Supplement Council, the gold standard for animal supplements.
Glycocharge by Annamaet 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.
Annamaet Impact is a powdered, high-energy, dense supplement for dogs of all breeds and sizes with extra needs. Impact is a highly palatable powdered supplement that mixes easily in water.
Annamaet Impact Supplement is designed to supplement use after heavy running, dogs that need to regain weight quickly, or certain health conditions requiring a nutritional supplement. Annamaet Impact is a food or water additive, with dosage being 2 ounces per 50 pounds per day.
I'm sure any of you who have owned animals throughout your lifetime have witnessed the toll time can take on our four legged friends. The joys of owning a dog can certainly outweigh the heartache you experience once things like arthritis and hip dysplasia set in. All we want to do as a responsible pet owner is fix everything and make it all better for those who we consider members of our family.
As I keyed the microphone on the earpiece to my radio to tell my son that the two 11 month old pups were barking on the coyote I was reminded that it was the first ever coyote track they ever smelled. Being their first time as with all dogs I have trained over the last 50 years, they did have some losses.
With the hunting season in full swing last year, my dog and I were hitting it pretty hard. I don't know how many miles we were covering in a week but I know that my dog easily doubles whatever I walk, probably more. His recovery time was great with a few days of proper rest, but I did notice that occasionally he seemed a little stiff or sore in the morning or after sleeping. This year I'm adding a few supplements to his diet to make sure he's getting everything he needs to recover properly and feel his best.
Here in North Central PA we are experiencing record low temps and with that, working hard to keep our dogs comfortable. In addition to a draft free box with plenty of dry fluffy straw, It is very important to make sure that the dogs stay hydrated and are given extra food to make up for Continue reading?
Here we are coming into the hottest part of the year and I cannot help but reminisce about some of my past cold weather hunts? One of my favorite memories comes from a hunt in the great North Woods of Aroostook County Maine. I take a trip every year with a group of great guys Continue reading?