Organic Kelp

Organic Kelp

Kelp is a recognized food supplement for humans. Now vets and advocates of an holistic approach to pet health recommend it for dogs and other animals. 🌱

This seaweed is rich in natural salts and minerals, and it has a number of benefits for your dog’s health. 😍

Thyroid, Adrenal and Pituitary Glands:

Kelp is known for being iodine-rich. Thyroid problems are often associated with an iodine deficiency, and kelp as a natural source of iodine is a long-standing medical treatment for people with thyroid problems. The rich mix of iodine and other minerals in kelp makes it an ideal supplement to keep your pup’s entire glandular system, particularly the thyroid, adrenal and pituitary glands, in healthy working order. This in turn ensures your dog’s metabolism works efficiently, which is an important element in maintaining a healthy weight. If your pet has hypothyroidism, where the thyroid function slows down, kelp is recommended as a supplement to the standard thyroxine treatment usually prescribed by vets. 👌🏻

Allergies and Fleas

Anything which helps flea control is good news for dog owners. Kelp repulses fleas and that using the supplement regularly is a useful addition/supplement to flea treatments. Kelp also reduces itchiness in those dogs with skin allergies and improves the overall condition of your dog’s skin and coat.

General Health

Kelp also supports many of your dog’s other body functions. It cleanses the digestive system and keeps its juices balanced. Because it is high in iron it fortifies the blood, which then helps the heart to pump more efficiently. In older dogs especially it is recommended for strengthening the immune system, which can protect them from a range of diseases. Also, dogs on kelp supplements are thought to heal faster from surgery, because the amino acids in the seaweed support tissue repair.

100% Organic Kelp


1 gram per day for small dogs

2 grams per day for medium-sized dogs

3 grams per day for large dogs

4-6 grams per day for giant breeds

£1.50 for 50g

*may be fine kelp or powdered depending on stock, however it has the same properties either way