• Why does my dog need K9-Rx?
  • Should I supplement my current dog food with K9-Rx?
  • Can I eat K9-Rx myself?
  • I feed my dog super premium dog food. Does he still need K9-Rx?
  • I know that adding protein to my own diet has tremendous benefits, but how much protein is too much for my dog?
  • Can I feed my dog K9-Rx if she has allergy problems?
  • My current dog food includes "crude" protein and other ingredients. What does the term "crude" mean?
  • K9-Rx has food-grade ingredients while my dog food has feed-grade ingredients. What’s the difference?
  • If I feed my dog K9-Rx do I still feed him his regular food in the same way, and in the same amount?
  • Can my puppy benefit from K9-Rx?
  • I have a healthy dog. Do I still need K9-Rx?
  • Is it safe to feed my aging dog K9-Rx?


    Q. Why does my dog need K9-Rx?

    A. Because proper nutrition plays an important role in the health and longevity of every family member, including your pet companion.

    Q. Should I supplement my current dog food with K9-Rx?

    A. Yes. K9-Rx is most often used to supplement regular dog food in order to provide additional high quality protein, essential fats, vitamins and minerals, and important nutrients like creatine, glucosamine and chondroitin, MSM, lutein, L-carnitine and taurine.

    Q. Can I eat K9-Rx myself?

    A. It is possible, although cheese flavored nutritional supplements are not very popular with humans! Remember, unlike traditional dog food, K9-Rx is food-grade, not feed-grade.

    Q. I feed my dog super premium dog food. Does he still need K9-Rx?

    A. Don’t confuse "premium" with "complete." While price does serve as a general indicator of quality, super premium is made primarily the same way as regular dog food. Premium is better then regular, inexpensive foods, but still lacks the comprehensive nutritional profile, control and flexibility advantages afforded by K9-Rx.

    Q. I know that adding protein to my own diet has tremendous benefits, but how much protein is too much for my dog?

    A. Not all protein is the same. While traditional dog foods contain protein, it is generally of inferior quality, and difficult for your pet to digest and absorb. Therefore it takes a smaller amount of the high quality protein in K9-Rx to make a significant difference. Protein intake varies greatly between dog breeds and sizes, so it important to follow the feeding instructions provided.

    Q. Can I feed my dog K9-Rx if she has allergy problems?

    A. Always check with your vet before changing your dog’s diet. Allergies are often caused by beef protein. K9-Rx is based on milk protein, and many dogs with skin and other types of allergies have had great success.

    Q. My current dog food includes "crude" protein and other ingredients. What does the term "crude" mean?

    A. The term crude is a catch all phrase which means anything left on the slaughterhouse floor - or worse! With crude ingredients you never really know what is in your dogs food.

    Q. K9-Rx has food-grade ingredients while my dog food has feed-grade ingredients. What’s the difference?

    A. "Feed-grade" is a term that designates food that is unfit for human consumption. The vast majority of traditional dog foods fit into this category. Using more expensive, superior quality ingredients, K9-Rx has earned the food-grade classification, which means it is fit for human consumption.

    Q. If I feed my dog K9-Rx do I still feed him his regular food in the same way, and in the same amount?

    A. K9-Rx is a complete and nutrient dense supplement to regular food. Add it to any meal. Make sure you follow the Feeding Guidelines provided.

    Q. Can my puppy benefit from K9-Rx?

    A. In the appropriate serving, K9-Rx is a terrific way to help start your puppy on a long and healthy life.

    Q. I have a healthy dog. Do I still need K9-Rx?

    A. Your dog may be as healthy as he or she can be, given the food you currently serve. As we have seen, traditional dog foods often lack high quality protein, and are void of certain important vitamins, minerals and other nutrients that canines have thrived on over the centuries. Make sure your dog gets the nutrition it needs and may currently be missing out on, with K9-Rx.

    Q. Is it safe to feed my aging dog K9-Rx?

    A. Yes. In most cases it will help keep your dog strong and healthy. As always, if your dog has a specific health problem we recommend you check with your vet before supplementing with K9-Rx.