For in depth dosing information for your specific pet based upon weight, please see the feeding instructions on the individual supplement product pages.
This is going to depend on your pet's weight and their corresponding dosage. Please see the feeding instructions on the individual supplement product pages to determine your pet's daily dosage. Below is approximately how many teaspoons are in each jar.

Bug Off for Dogs / Cats: ~ 51 teaspoons
On The Move: ~ 51 teaspoons
Gut Feeling: ~ 51 teaspoons
The Exotics: ~ 51 teaspoons
12 Mushroom Matrix: ~ 30 teaspoons
Blue Spirulina: ~ 20 teaspoons
Supplements: store in a cool, dark, dry place, such as a kitchen cabinet.

Topicals: store with top tightly secured and in the refrigerator for maximum shelf life. Because our products are completely preservative-free, please scoop Hydration out of the jar with a clean spoon, knife or small scooper to minimize jar contamination.

Treats: once the vacuum seal pouches are opened, store in the refrigerator for up to 14 days or in the freezer for up to 2 months.
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.
Kinnlee tries to get orders out within 25 business days. Please note this is business days and does not include weekends. However, we're a (very!) small business and she's a one woman show doing everything by hand - formulating, blending, filling the containers, packaging, shipping, etc. - in addition to being a wife and full time mom to three little humans so occasionally, it does extend past that. If you would like an order update, please email Jenna at customerservice@wildlyblended.com with your order number.
When your shipping label is generated, it triggers our system to send you an automated shipping notification email at that exact moment - even though the package hasn't literally shipped. There is often a 1-3 day delay from when Kinnlee packages up your order and she personally delivers it to the post office. Living in the country means it is quite a trek for her to get to the nearest USPS so several orders are often taken to the post office at the same time.
Yes! Once puppies are weaned to solid food, you can start adding them to the food. Just follow the recommended dosage as they grow.
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 feeding no more than 3 plant based supplements at one time.
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.
Pink Scoop: Bug Off/ Blue Spirulina
1/4 tsp - 1.25 cc
Shallow Clear Scoop with Long Handle: The Exotics/ On the Move
1/8 tsp - .625 cc
Deep Clear Scoop with Short Handle: Gut Feeling
1/3 tsp - 1.64 cc
White Scoop: 12 Mushroom Matrix
1 gram
Every animal is different and just like humans, some will be more sensitive than others. Our formulas are especially nutrient dense (with zero fillers) so if this is your first time feeding supplements at all, from any brand, go slowly and start with 1/4 or 1/2 the recommended dosage and work your way up. Take note of any changes as you implement the supplements. Loose stools is the most common indication that you need to go slower.
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.
Purchase the homeopathic remedy Ledum Palustre 200C.

Ledum Palustre is a very good, tried and true, homeopathic remedy that has proven to be a winner in the fight against tick-borne diseases. With Ledum, you don’t have to think about what kind of tick bit your dog. Ledum works to restore the body’s defense mechanism against all tick diseases.

Once the tick is properly removed (and stored in grain alcohol to take in to your vet for testing, if you wish), drop 2-3 pellets in 4oz of clean water. Dissolve for 5 minutes, shake well, and succuss (give the bottle a couple of firm thumps on your open hand). Draw up 1-2cc’s using a syringe, and drop on your pet’s tongue. You can also place the solution in a bowl or wide-mouthed cup.

Give the remedy on a clean palate (no food should be in the mouth). You don’t have to give it on an empty stomach, but just no food in the mouth so that it will absorb more quickly. It’s important not to mix into your pet’s food as it will hinder the effectiveness of the remedy.

Dose 3 times a day, for 3 days right after the tick is removed.

If the tick was found after several days, then give 3 times a day for 3 days, then dose 2 times a day for a week. After the first week, dose twice weekly for a month, and then once per week for another month.

I recommend always getting your dog tested for Lyme Disease, especially following treatment.

If your pet has tested positive for Lyme, following the protocol above is a great start, but depending on how severe the case is, other homeopathic or allopathic methods might be needed. Always consult with your homeopathic vet!
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