Pet grasses are identical to microgreens used for human consumption. Aside from adding pet grass to your animal’s diet, it can also be a great way to train your animals.
Both dogs and cats can use a little grass in their diets, they are naturally attracted to it which can lead them to satisfy that craving elsewhere. When animals are craving some grass in their diets, they might be tempted to snack on poisonous houseplants or a lawn that has been treated with chemicals.
Giving your animal container-grown pet grasses is a safe way to add a little green to their diets. Pet grass can help with digestion, and prevent hairballs in cats. Chlorophyll in pet grasses can help to improve your animal’s breath. It is also a great source of calcium for reptiles. With so many benefits it is worth a try to add a little pet grass to your animal’s diet and see the results for yourself.
If you are trying to house-train your animal, pet grass can be a useful tool in creating an easy and convenient way to train pets naturally. Say goodbye to pee pads and add a patch of pet grass inside your home.
Typically the grow time for Pet grasses is 10-14 days.
Grass typically lasts for 2-3 weeks after has been cut.
Pet grasses are an excellent source of:
- Vitamins A, B, C, E and K
- Calcium, Chlorophyll, Copper, Iron, Magnesium, Niacin, Pantothenic Acid, Phosphorus, Potassium, Riboflavin, Selenium, Thiamin, Trace Elements, Amino Acids, Zinc
- Protein: up to 30%
- Dietary Fiber
Pet grasses are higher in protein than meat or eggs. They are also Gluten free.
- Train pets naturally
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- Feed it to your cats, dogs, birds, reptiles and small animals – adjust the serving size accordingly.