Guts & Glory - Grass-fed Organs For Dogs
Guts & Glory is organs made easy (even for picky eaters!) This powerful blend of New Zealand sourced beef organs is a convenient way to get more organ variety into your dog’s diet. After all, the organs are Mother Nature’s multivitamins.
The truth is, a lot of pet foods are lacking in the natural supply of multivitamins that come from organ meats.
Wolves start at the organs and glands when they feast on their prey. That’s because this is where the hearty source of proteins, peptides and enzymes live.
Guts & Glory is a good way to provide your dog with mother-nature’s finest resources:
- Grass-fed New Zealand cows
- Bovine sourced (NO porcine)
- Freeze-dried ingredients for top quality
- Third-party tested
- No fillers. None
- Natural organs
Guts & Glory is a good way to give your dog a variety of organs and glands and skip out on the mess.
Every organ comes with its own benefits to your dog:
Liver supports the liver. And that means it can help support your dogs immune health and help keep him safe from environmental chemicals. Bovine liver is also a good source of vitamin A which is linked to iron and hormone function.
Bovine heart has a dense source of taurine, collagen, vitamin B12 and Coenzyme Q10 (CoQ10). This helps support mitochondrial health, connective tissue and mobility.
Bovine kidney has a good spruce of selenium, diamine, oxidase, enzymes and B12. It can help support urinary, kidney and thyroid health, the detoxification process in your dog, and support histamine levels.
Bovine pancreas has essential enzymes your dog requires to help break down proteins, fats and carbohydrates. This is crucial to supporting digestive and pancreas health for maximum nutrient absorption.
Bovine spleen Spleen has peptides and proteins to help support immune and digestive health. It can also help support inflammation reduction.
Bovine adrenal helps support the adrenals in your dog. It’s also linked to supporting good DNA methylation, glucose levels, detox levels and energy.
The thymus gland can help support your dog’s thymus gland. Over time it tends to shrink because it’s susceptible to toxins and oxidation.
Supporting the thymus gland with thymus can help specialized proteins, peptides and thyroxin, which can also support immune health.
Active Ingredients per 1.4 g (3/4 tsp):
New Zealand Liver (Bovine) ......................... 300mg
New Zealand Heart (Bovine) ........................ 300mg
New Zealand Kidney (Bovine) ...................... 200mg
New Zealand Pancreas (Bovine) .................. 200mg
New Zealand Spleen (Bovine) ...................... 200mg
New Zealand Adrenal (Bovine) ..................... 100mg
New Zealand Thymus (Bovine) ..................... 100mg
Inactive Ingredients: None
Give to your dog orally, once a day or as recommended by your veterinarian.
|Amount Per Day||Daily Cost & Supply|
|1-25 lbs||1/2 tsp daily||
$0.67/day (45 day supply)
|3/4 tsp daily||
$1.00/day (30 day supply)
|51-75 lbs||1 tsp daily||
$1.50/day (20 day supply)
|76-100 lbs||1 1/2 tsp daily||
$2.00/day (15 day supply)
|100 + lbs||2 tsp daily||
$3.00/day (10 day supply)
Net Contents: 1.5oz (42.0g)
Will this replace the organs I would be adding to my dog’s diet?
Guts & Glory is a convenient way to add organs to your dog’s diet. If it is a struggle to source and feed your dog a variety of organs, Guts & Glory can meet your organ needs.
Are these human-grade ingredients?
Guts & Glory is intended for canine-use only. Every ingredient comes from 100% grass-fed organs and is third party tested for glyphosate and heavy metals.
Should I put Guts & Glory in the fridge?
If you have room in your fridge, it’s a good idea to put Guts & Glory inside. G&G has naturally occurring fats inside that would do better in a cool place. But if the product is used and finished within 30 days, you can keep it out.
Which are the best organ meats to give to dogs?
The liver, kidney and heart are a natural staple in a carnivores diet. Finding these organs may not always be that easy (and some people rather not touch them!).
Guts & Glory is a hearty helping of heart, liver, kidney, spleen, and more. It’s a great organ support for your dog, without the struggle of finding fresh organs.
How much organ meat does my dog need?
According to the Prey-model guidelines, it’s recommended that organ meat be form about 10% of your dog’s diet. Liver to be 10%, and heart to be about 5% of the diet.
Not all proteins are equal but these organs are important to get into your dog’s routine.
Some proteins are more dense in vitamins and minerals than others.
The organ that delivers the most vitamins and minerals, pound for pound, is liver.
Does my dog really need organ meats?
Yes. 10% of your dog’s diet should be made up of organ meats. (According to the prey-model guidelines.)
Organs are rich in:
- Vitamins A, C, D, E, K, B-vitamins,
- Copper, iron, manganese, iodine, phosphorus, zinc
- Amino acids