Fastdog Power Bonbons
The energyboost for your dog!
Our sheep fat bonbons are enriched with krill, BCAA and curcumin.
The unique combination of Krill, BCAA and curcumin, ensures that our our power bonbos are not only a perfect treat for the dog, but also contribute to optimal performance. They are are a source of energy and essential amino acids, omega 3 fatty acids and antioxidants, for optimal muscle build and performance.
Sheep fat is a good source of energy for the active dog, but also a source of Vitamin A and Vitamin D. These vitamins are important for the buildup and firmness of bones and support vision. In addition, sheep fat promotes a beautiful shiny coat.
Arctic krill is an animal plankton and is very rich in eicopentaenoic acid (EPA) and docosahexaenoic acid (DHA), essential omega 3 fatty acids. Omega 3 fatty acids support the immune system and have anti-inflammatory properties. In addition, Arctic Krill is a good source of essential amino acids, rich in leucine and lysine, but also glucosamine and proline. Particularly important nutrients for muscles and joints.
BCAA stands for branched chain amino acids, i.e. 3 essential amino acids leucine, isoleucine and valine. These amino acids stimulate protein synthesis (muscle building) and reduce the breakdown of muscle proteins during exercise. Next to beneficial effects on muscle building, BCAAs can also improve cognitive skills in the working dog, possibly by increasing serotonin in the brain. All this ultimately contributes to better performance especially in active working dogs, such as canicross, sled dogs and hunting dogs.
Curcumin from Tumeric is a strong antioxidant and has anti-inflammatory action. Curcumin thus protects against joint damage, muscle damage and thus supports the recovery and muscle build-up of the powerbonbons.
Dosage: 1 bonbon per 10 kg dog per day.
Do not exceed the recommended dose.
Ingredients: Sheep fat, krill flour, BCAA, curcumin.
Nutritional value: Crude protein: max 8% • Raw fat: max 90% • Crude ash: 0.7% • Crude fiber: 0%
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