King Island Kelp – 250g

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Known as the ultimate super food, this pure kelp is sourced from the pristine waters of King Island, Australia.

The benefits of feeding kelp includes:

  • Promoting the growth of a darker, thicker, shinier coat.
  • Reduced joint pain & inflammation with Omega-3 fatty acids
  • Metabolic support. Kelp contains over over 60 vitamins & minerals + 21 amino acids.
  • Kelp is highly bio-available, which allows dogs to efficiently assimilate its amino acids so they can speedily and effectively assist in tissue repair
  • Pest control. Dogs are found to be less attractive to fleas and flies after three weeks of supplementation.

See below for daily dosage & source information

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Source Story:

Sourced solely from the shores of King Island (Australia), the kelp is solar-dried for several weeks. After it’s dried, it’s cut in machinery using a series of long blades which results in a dark product with some flashes of lighter color (the inside of the kelp). The resulting texture is like coarse rock salt.

Feeding Guide:

We suggest feeding kelp rehydrated for the following reasons:

  • It’s  more economical and nutritionally efficient way to add kelp to your dog’s diet.
  • Rehydrating kelp will maximise the availability of the ‘slimy’ alginate, which is the kelp’s fibre compound.
  • Dogs find rehydrated kelp much more palatable.  It also works as an excellent binder for supplements in your dog’s meal.

Prep Guide: Feeding rehydrated kelp for dogs

  1. Take one teaspoon of King Island Kelp granules (approximately 5 grams) & place in a glass or ceramic container.
  2. Add 40 mils of water.
  3. Wait approximately 10 minutes. The kelp should absorb the water and take on a slimy, gooey consistency (as seen below)
  4. Feed your dog the recommended dosage (once daily) and refrigerate the remainder for up to 5 days.
Rehydrated Kelp Meal

Daily Dosage:

1/2 teaspoon rehydrated kelp per 10kgs. I.e. One teaspoon daily for a 20kg dog.

If you’d prefer not to rehydrate the kelp, then feed at 1/4 teaspoon of granules per 10kgs. I.e. half a teaspoon per day for a 20kg dog.

Dosage: Kelp Granules (feeding as is)

Dosage: Kelp Rehydrated Gel


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1 review for King Island Kelp – 250g

  1. Diane Andrell (verified owner)

    Ever since we have started using this plus the Gelatin Powder, our German Shepherd pup’s coat has come up so shiny, we get a lot of comments from people when we are out walking about how beautiful she is. We turn them into the jellies following Gully Road’s recipe and she has 1 jelly for breakfast with her kibble and loves it.

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