Use this:

  • as a daily multivitamin, prebiotic, mineral and herbal supplement
  • when you feed a raw, BARF or home-cooked diet
  • to help to maintain a healthy, glossy coat
  • to help to manage joint health
  • to help maintain healthy bones
  • to assist in managing good digestion

Everypet Formula

A natural pet supplement with vitamins, prebiotics, minerals and herbs

A blend of herbs, vitamins, probiotics and omega oils to supplement your pet’s diet.

Natural dog supplements - Everypet Formula - Chia seed

Everypet Formula contains:

  • Vitamin A
    Vitamin A has many roles – helping with night vision and gene expression being just two.
  • Spirulina
    Spirulina is a blue green algae. It is a source of amino acids, proteins, fats, vitamins and co-factors.
  • Magnesium
    Animals deficient in Magnesium can show signs of nervousness, excitability and muscle tremors.
  • Taurine
    Taurine is an amino acid which are are the building blocks the body uses to make proteins. It is an essential amino acid for cats.
  • Chia seed
    Chia seed provides a near ideal ration of Omega-3 and and Omega-6 Fatty Acids, as well as many other vitamins and minerals. Both of these  play an important role in the maintenance of joint health.
  • Diatomaceous earth
    Diatomaceous Earth is thought to help maintain digestive balance.
  • Vitamin D3
    Vitamin D3 controls the Calcium balance in the blood.
  • MSM
    MSM (Methylsulfonylmethane) helps maintain healthy joints and supports recovery from exercise.
  • Fructo-oligosaccharides
    Fructo-oligosaccharides are a prebiotic and provides food for the good bacteria in the gut.
  • Zinc
    An essential mineral.
  • Iron
    Iron deficiency can lead to a weakened immune system.
  • Copper
    Copper is an essential mineral needed for a number of body processes including the formation of collagen, bone and connective tissue.
  • Vitamin B2
    Vitamin B2 (Riboflavin) also helps with the production of ATP which is the carrying molecule for energy. It also supports fat and amino acid digestion.
  • Vitamin B1
    Vitamin B1 (Thiamine) is required for the pet’s body to manufacture ATP, the carrying molecule for energy.
  • Vitamin B6
    Vitamin B6 (Pyridoxine) is an essential vitamin, involved in mood support, amongst other things.
  • Vitamin B12
    Vitamin B12 is an essential vitamin, necessary for the normal function of nerve cells.

Analytical constituents:

  • Crude Protein (13.6%)
  • Crude Fibre (3.3%)
  • Crude Ash (55%)
  • Crude Oils and Fats (0.6%)
  • Moisture Content (10.12%)
  • Magnesium (16 000 mg/kg)
  • Sulphur (0.97%),

Directions:

Daily amount:

  • Small pets [ <10kg ]: 1/2 tsp
  • Average pets [ 10-20kg ]: 1 level tsp
  • Large pets [ 20-40kg ]: 1 heaped tsp (5g)
  • Giant breeds [ >40kg ]: 2 heaped tsps (10g)

A 200g tub will last one large dog 40 days.

Please take care:

  • Discontinue immediately at any sign of adverse reaction.
  • This is a nutritional product and is not intended as a substitute for veterinary products or advice.

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16 Comments

  1. Cate
    28th June 2017 at 4:59 pm · Reply

    Yes, i loved what the everypet formula did for my cat. She had been a bit run down after some tummy bugs. But after a month of everypet formula, not only was she back to full health, but her coat was very shiny (like never before), and her mood seemed to me to be more perky.

    I can highly recommend it over other pet “vitamins”.

  2. Andrew
    18th February 2017 at 10:09 am · Reply

    I had her off it for one month and she was immobile and in pain again, 3 days after re administering and she was back to chasing ball again. It is truly a new lease of life for elderly dogs and worth every cent. I am now doubling this up with “Every pet formula” ,which all 3 get,(the 2 Maltese and German Shepard)

    Once again, thank you for the awesome, life sustaining product!

  3. Yvonne
    21st January 2017 at 9:31 pm · Reply

    Everypet as an added supplement is great, as most pet foods do not contain all the minerals and vitamins needed to keep our pets in daily good health.

  4. Yolande
    27th September 2016 at 10:33 am · Reply

    Didn’t Everypet used to contain evening primrose oil? If so, why the change in formula? (I do like that you have added in taurine in the new formula (now I don’t have to supplement my boxer separately with Taurine anymore).

    • Beryl Shuttleworth
      29th September 2016 at 3:39 pm · Reply

      Hi Yolande. Yes, new formulation. I changed the Evening Primrose Oil to Chia seeds, mostly because their Omega 3 to 6 ratio is so good. Also because they contain a whole range of other good stuff.

  5. Cheronne
    26th June 2014 at 8:20 am · Reply

    [Note from Beryl – this comment is from the owner of a dog with chronic diarrhoea.]

    Beryl, I will be quite honest and say after all the trouble you had to go through the last time because of the postal strike I really felt bad and thought lets just give it a break and see how it goes with our dog without the formula – well Beryl, huge mistake, right back to square one. You won’t believe how well it works for her, we certainly endorse your product 100%.

  6. Lyna
    17th June 2013 at 11:10 am · Reply

    Beryl, I have a very sick husky. Has had biliary but is now so weak cannot even walk properly. Which of your products should I get to add to his food.

    Which vets in the area supply your products.

    • beryl
      17th June 2013 at 2:21 pm · Reply

      Lyna, try the Allergy Formula. It will boost his immunity. Double or triple dose at first. Try Horse Expressions for stock. Or call me.

  7. Cassy
    14th March 2013 at 9:29 pm · Reply

    Hi!

    I am very interested at this product of yours. But.. I am like a crazy mom, who tries to give my doggie ALL the nutrients in the world. My Scottie is already having mobiflex, evening primrose oil, eye rx plus, and rooibos oil in her raw meat meals (dog matters), and she drinks rooibos tea too as water…

    Do you still recommend everypet formula on top of all the above?

    • beryl
      15th March 2013 at 10:14 am · Reply

      I think you are an awesome dog-mom! :)I don’t think your girl needs Everypet Formula on top of what you are giving her already. BUT. You might be able to REPLACE some of these with Everypet. :)Why not try using Everypet instead of the Mobiflex, EPO and rooibos oil? If you see any problems, then immediately return to your previous diet. But perhaps you’ll even see an improvement…

  8. anna van heerden
    3rd December 2012 at 6:21 pm · Reply

    Hallo there….
    I have a Toy Poodle and his anal glands have to be expressed about every month!? he was on the BARF diet but somebody suggested that he does not get enough fibre and therefore the problem!! So now i have him on Maxhealth(dried food) mixed with raw veg and meat….and now after 3 weeks seems fine, well, i am holding thumbs!
    Any other suggestion of what i should feed him etc?
    Regards
    Anna

    • beryl
      4th December 2012 at 6:54 am · Reply

      Anna, that is awesome, it sounds as if you have solved the problem. Everypet formula would definitely do him no harm and a lot of good. But remember, when you are playing around with diet, etc. change one thing at a time to see how it works. 🙂

  9. Anelma
    29th August 2012 at 7:09 pm · Reply

    Hi Beryl

    If I feed my dogs breed specific Royal Canine in the morning and Vondi’s in the evening is it necessarily to use the Everypet formula?

    Kind regards
    Anelma

    • beryl
      29th August 2012 at 7:09 pm · Reply

      Hi Anelma. In my opinion yes. But what I suggest you do is try it for a month or two. If you don’t notice definite health benefits, then stop using it. If you do, keep on.

  10. Sarah
    29th August 2012 at 1:04 pm · Reply

    Good day,

    I am interested in the Everypet formula for one of my dogs. He is a Border Collie that I rescued last year. We are battling to get him to gain weight as he only weighs about 15Kg’s and he is fully grown and stands very tall. He is dewormed every month and eats two large meals (dry food) a day. Do you think that the Everypet will help him at all?

    Kind Regards,
    Sarah

    • beryl
      29th August 2012 at 7:12 pm · Reply

      Hi Sarah.
      It is definitely worth a try. There might be problems that aren’t easily visible that the Everypet Formula will help. Try it for a month or two and lets see.
      B.

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