Merci, Sam & Buddy:
As you can see, we were not kidding yesterday when we said Jan is famous for making us wait to taste anything. Here we are once again sniffing the wafting aroma of breakfast but unable to eat until Jan is ready. This isn't Hollywood. How hard can it be to push a button to snap a picture?
You notice the white powder on top of our food? Well, that and a little green powder underneath it are the main purpose of this post.
The white powder is something called NaturVet Digestive Enzymes prebiotics and probiotics which are good for our digestive health. (For dogs and cats over 6 weeks of age.) These enzymes are derived from vegetable sources to help strengthen the immune system and normalize bowel movements,
Cyndi, Cameron, Percy, Rusty & Micah: But what about us cats; will we eat it too? Jan mixed it in our morning canned food.
The green powder Jan mixed in with the digestive enzymes is Pet Kelp.antioxidant formula for dogs and cats. It contains dried kelp, organic flax seed and blueberries (antioxidants) , which have lots of vitamins, minerals, amino acids and also Omega 3 and 6.
Buddy is famous for waddling across the yard leaving a trail of poop behind him, but he's doing better in the week or so he's been taking the digestive enzymes and kelp once a day.
CalmCoat, a concentrated natural topical.to promote natural healing. It's hot and humid here and my skin allergies have blossomed again so Jan is using a little CalmCoat on the areas I've been chewing and licking. I offered to pose for an application photo but Jan said she won't allow us to post nude photos, as this is a child-friendly blog. Oh, well, readers, I tried. Anyway, it has lavender oil, eucalyptus oil, tea tree oil and canola oil. It's for dogs only - not for cats!
Buddy: I give the CalmCoat a paw up.
Funny Farmers: After trying them, we give 8 paws up to the enzymes and the kelp..
Thank you, Entirely Pets, for supplying the products for review. Any opinions expressed are entirely our own.