Red Rover - Organic Berries For Dogs
A delicious and nutritious blend of organic blueberries, raspberries, apples, cranberries and astaxanthin.
Red Rover is a simple blend of organic berries, whole-food probiotics and astaxanthin.
Our berries are rich with vitamins, 100% natural and free of harmful additives.
The whole-food prebiotics have the important job of feeding good gut bacteria in your dog for maximum immune system support.
Astaxanthin is a mighty ingredient that has been known to help support eye health and healthy joints.
Red Rover ...
- Is a convenient powder
- Houses organic berries
- Supports gut and brain health
- Is a good source of quercetin
- Is a whole food prebiotic
- Includes potent antioxidants
- Helps convert omega-3 fatty acids
- Helps turn on detoxification enzymes
- Has a delicious taste!
RICH IN POLYPHENOLS
Red Rover is designed to help deliver a range of immune-boosting polyphenols. We included organic apple skins for quercetin and blueberries for anthocyanin, which help support the brain and nervous system.
Polyphenols are potent antioxidants, which help fight oxidative stress and chronic inflammation. Natural astaxanthin from the Atacama desert adds more antioxidant punch and is over 100 times stronger than vitamin E.
Give Red Rover once a day. Simply mix it with your dog's food. If your dog is ill or stressed, double the dose.
|Body Weight||Amount Per Day||Daily Cost & Supply|
|10-25 lbs||1/2 tsp daily||
$0.42/day (60 day supply)
|3/4 tsp daily||
$0.56/day (45 day supply)
|51-75 lbs||1 tsp daily||
$0.83/day (30 day supply)
|76-100 lbs||1 1/2 tsp daily||
$1.14/day (22 day supply)
|100 + lbs||2 tsp daily||
$1.67/day (15 day supply)
Net Contents: 0.58oz (16.5g)
Active Ingredients per 3.1 g (1 tsp):
Organic apples with skin ............ 900 mg
Organic wild blueberries ............ 900 mg
Organic raspberries ................... 900 mg
Organic cranberries ................... 450 mg
Astaxanthin .................................... 5 mg
Inactive Ingredients: None
(No preservatives, fillers, binders or added flavorings)
Does Red Rover have high-sugar content?
The short answer here is no.
On the whole, fruit tends to carry a low Glycemic load. Berries have a low amount of sugar and the sugar in apples comes from fructose.
Fructose has very little involvement with blood sugar levels.
My Red Rover has lumps in it … is that alright?
Yes, this is fine. Because we aren’t using synthetic de-clumping components you will see lumps here and there.
Feel free to break up the lumps. It doesn’t inhibit the quality of the product at all.
We also use a desiccant pack, in high heat/humidity to loosen up the lumps. It does not impact the quality or freshness.
Why is there Quercetin in Red Rover?
Quercetin is a polyphenol. It comes from apple skins.
We’ve added apple skins to every jar.
Referred to as “Nature’s Benadryl” Research has shown that Quercetin helps “stop” the histamine reaction that suppress inflammation.
Why are there Apples in Red Rover?
Apple skins are a healthy helping of quercetin, and apples happen to be a rich source of beneficial probiotics for dogs.
Can I give my dog Red Rover instead of fresh fruit?
Truth be told, organic fruits can be expensive. Red Rover was created to help dog owners affordably supply their dogs with freeze-dried organic fruits.
Does my dog really need fruits and berries?
Studies show polyphenols (which berries contain) can help support a balanced gut and immune system, which can work towards preventing chronic diseases.
Because Polyphenols are rich in plants like berries and cruciferous vegetables, Red Rover blends well with Green Rover. Green Rover is a good source of veggies with supportive anti-inflammatory polyphenol sulforaphane.
Is Red Rover’s Astaxanthin synthetic?
Our astaxanthin is 100% natural. We do not use synthetics.
Compared to synthetic astaxanthin, our natural astaxanthin comes with 90X the antioxidant activity.
What is Astaxanthin?
Grown in a clean desert environment, our 100% natural astaxanthin is made from Haematoccus pluvialis
Combine with the highest solar irradiance on the planet, the algae produces superior astaxanthin. It is then CO2 extracted in the most energy-efficient way with the environment at top of mind.