What are the measuring spoon equivalents for your scoops?

Bug Off: 1 scoop = 1/4 teaspoon

On the Move: 1 scoop = 1/8 teaspoon

Gut Feeling: 1 scoop = 1/3 teaspoon

The Exotics 1 scoop = 1/8 teaspoon

12 Mushroom Matrix 1 scoop = 1 gram

Blue Spirulina: 1 scoop = 1/4 teaspoon

Which scoops go with which supplements?

Pink Scoop: Bug Off/ Blue Spirulina


Shallow Clear Scoop with
Long Handle:
The Exotics/ On the Move


Deep Clear Scoop with
Short Handle:
Gut Feeling


White Scoop: 12 Mushroom Matrix

Approximately how many scoops are in each supplement?

Bug Off for Dogs / Cats: 204 scoops

On The Move: 408 scoops

Gut Feeling: 153 scoops

The Exotics: 408 scoops

12 Mushroom Matrix: 113 scoops

Blue Spirulina: 80 scoops



What is the shelf life of the supplements?

The supplements were sent off for testing back in June 2020. Results are still pending. With that being said, I feel confident in stating that when unopened, and stored properly in a cool, dark, dry place, supplements can last up to a year. Once opened, around 6 months. The shelf life is most likely much longer than this, but I’d rather be safe and err on the side of caution.

Can I give the supplements to my puppy?

Yes! Once puppies are weaned to solid food, you can start adding them to the food. Just follow the recommended dosage as they grow.

How many supplements can I feed at one time?

Although our pets can benefit from plant matter when properly prepared, they should only make up a small fraction of their diet. For this reason, I recommend adding no more than 3 plant based supplements at a time or per day.

Can I use your supplements along with another brand?

Absolutely. Try to look for duplicate ingredients across all supplements being used, as to not overfeed a certain nutrient. All of my supplements are nutrient dense, which is why the dosages are typically less than most other supplements on the market. All of the supplements were formulated with this in mind; to be used in conjunction with other supplements.

What if my dog/cat is picky with supplements? Any tips?

This is quite common. Some of the supplements, such as Bug Off, have a strong scent, and can be a turn off for picky eaters. I recommend mixing the supplement with bone broth, raw milk, or kefir, and freezing them in molds. Freezing can sometimes help mask the scent a bit. You can try to sprinkle a very small amount on the food and slowly increase over time. If all else fails, vegetable capsules can be used. It’s just a very tedious process.

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