No...we’re not talking a cup of coffee, but Go Dog™ will give your dog a boost of energy so she performs at her best. More than simply water and carbs, this blend is filled with electrolytes and vital buffering agents to fuel both short-burst and long-range energy needs. The end result is increased endurance without increasing stress.
Maltodextrin, Chicken, Coconut oil (Medium Chain Triglyceride), Chicken fat, Agave nectar, Rice concentrate, Calcium lactate, Magnesium citrate, Protein free beef tallow, Salt, Potassium chloride, L-Threonine*, Creatine*, Acetyl L-Carnitine*, L-Lysine HCL*, L-Glutamine*, L-Leucine*, Taurine, Alpha Lipoic Acid*, L-Tryptophan*, Quercetin*, L-Alanine*, Glycerol, Sodium citrate, Potassium citrate.
Contains: Fish, Yeast.
*Not recognized as an essential nutrient by the AAFCO Dog Food Nutrient Profiles.
Does Not Contain: Flax, Wheat, Gluten, Soy, By-products, Artificial colors or Artificial Flavors.
Appearance: Dry powder
Color: Light yellowish/tan
Odor: Cooked chicken
Formulated for dogs 6 months and older.
|Crude Protein (Min)||0%|
|Crude Fat (Min)||8%|
|Crude Fiber (Max)||0%|
|Kcal ME / Kg||4000|
|Kcal ME / Scoop||80|
Pour recommended number of scoops into a standard 20 oz. water bottle fill with clean water and shake well. Keep unused portion in cooler or refrigerate. Feed small amounts of Go Dog before and during any exercise or activity. Continue to use for 30 minutes after as required. Repeat above as necessary to meet dog’s needs. Begin with ½ recommended amount. Build up to full amount over 7 days.
|Dog Weight||Daily Serving Size|
|5-20 lbs.||1/2 scoop|
|21-50 lbs.||1 scoop|
|51-80 lbs.||1 1/2 scoops|
|81-100 lbs.||2 scoops|
|100+ lbs.||3 scoops|
1 lb. container = 9 scoops
2 lb. container = 18 scoops (Save 19% per scoop)
* 1 scoop = 3 1/2 tbsp. = 50.1 g
Store shelf-stable supplement products in a cool, clean, and dry place. Never put them above the stove, under the sink, in a damp garage or basement, or any place exposed to high or low-temperature extremes.
18 months starting from the production date. Best by date is stamped on packaging, as well as lot number.