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Natural Supplements For Dogs and Their Benefits

For humans to be healthy, our diets must include all the essential nutrients to survive. A dog’s diet is no different. Your precious pooch needs carbohydrates, proteins, good fats, vitamins and minerals.

Our Australian hemp seed oil for dogs and training treats is full of healthy nutrients for your pup.

Houndztooth is committed to ensuring only the best for your pet, so our training treats and hemp health supplements are 100% Australian-sourced and made.

They are carefully developed from nasties and free from grain, palm oil, gluten, preservatives, and artificial colours and flavours.

Our supplements and treats are loaded with all-natural nutrients. Made with Australian and sustainably-sourced ingredients, they remain as whole or as close to the original whole food as possible.

Our hemp health supplements – made with Australian hemp seed oil – are rich in antioxidants and essential fatty acids. Containing natural ingredients like omega oils, L-Tryptophan, B Vitamins and magnesium, our hemp health supplements include:

Our training treats contain single proteins, healthy fats, naturally occurring vitamins, minerals, and omega oils. We have three different proteins to choose from:

Nutrients are an essential part of your dog’s diet

Because nutrients play a crucial role in ensuring optimal health for your four-legged friend, we have ensured that our training treats and natural health supplements are full of them.

The following is a list of essential nutrients – naturally occurring within our treats and supplements – your dog should consume daily.


Vitamins A, B, C, D, E and K benefit your pup. They can be found in whole foods like hemp, spinach, fish, eggs, carrots and green beans.

Our training treats and Hemp Anxiety Aid each contain essential B vitamins, while our Hemp Seed Oil is loaded with vitamins A and E.

Whether they help fight disease, promote cell growth, boost your dog’s immune system, improve their bone strength and teeth, or care for their eyes and skin, each vitamin has a vital role in keeping your dog healthy and strong.


Minerals such as magnesium, sulphur, calcium, potassium, iron, zinc and copper can be found in various sources. Foods containing minerals include vegetables, red meats, eggs and legumes.

Our Hemp Anxiety Aid contains magnesium to help with muscle regeneration and to improve and balance your dog’s mental and emotional well-being.

Good Fats

Good fats give your dog energy while also nourishing its hair and skin. Most dogs don’t make enough fatty acids – especially omegas 3 and 6 – in their body, so they need to get it from external sources such as feeding or supplements.

Our Hemp Seed Oil is rich in fatty acids and omegas 3 and 6, which work harmoniously in your furry friend’s body to help reduce inflammation, improve well-being and ensure optimal health for their skin and coat.


Protein is a macronutrient that supplies your dog with energy and helps to build and repair its muscles and bones. Eggs are a great source of protein for dogs, as are our training treats!

Our fish and lean meat treats are packed with protein and rich in minerals such as zinc and iron, essential B vitamins and omega fatty acids.


Like proteins and fats, carbohydrates provide energy but also play a key role in keeping your dog’s intestines healthy.

Carbohydrates contain fibre that helps to regulate your pup’s bowel movements, ensure solid stool and promote a healthy gut. Foods like cooked sweet potato, pumpkin and beetroot pulp are good sources of carbohydrates for dogs to eat.


Water is an essential part of life and an essential part of your dog’s diet. Dogs can self-regulate their water intake, but you must fill their bowl with fresh water daily.

Drinking fresh water will help transport and absorb nutrients, aid digestion and remove waste from your dog’s body.

The benefits of natural supplements for your dog are numerous

Feeding your dog natural supplements is a great way to ensure their body gets the broad spectrum of nutrients they need for optimal health.

Our training treats and hemp health supplements are packed with vitamins, minerals, fats, proteins and carbohydrates that your dog will love and benefit from.


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