Simply Seaweed
Simply Seaweed

Simply Seaweed

Simply Seaweed
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Simply Seaweed is an organic seaweed product which cleans teeth and freshens breath or our furry animal companions. It is a complement to existing dental treatments and products which can clean and maintain healthy teeth.

It is easy to use, just add to your pets food, no brushing required

All natural - no additives, preservatives or colouring; just the one ingredient

Organically produced

Packed in Perth, Western Australia


Dosage Guides

Simply sprinkle the correct amount of Simply Seaweed over your pets food.

Cats and small dogs (up to 10kg) - 1 to 2 pinches daily

Medium dogs (10kg - 25kg) - 1/8 to 1/4 teaspoon daily

Large dogs (over 25kg) - 1/4 to 1/2 teaspoon daily

Do not give to animals with thyroid problems unless under veterinary supervision



Can Ascophyllum nodosum be safely given to pregnant and nursing animals?
No. Ascophyllum nodosum has yet to be tested on pregnant and nursing animals.
How long until results become noticeable?
Whilst most pet owners see an improvement within a few weeks, results will vary depending on severity and dosage and may take up to 12 weeks to become noticeable.
Why must I consult my veterinarian before using this product if my pet has thyroid problems?
Seaweed is naturally high in iodine, a mineral which affects the thyroid. Seek veterinary advice beforehand if you would like to give your animal Ascophyllum nodosum.
Can my pet eat seaweed if they are allergic to seafood?
As seaweed is the natural habitat of many fish and shellfish, there may be traces of marine life in any seaweed product. If your pet has a serious fish or shellfish allergy, they should not be allowed to consume any seaweed products including Simply Seaweed. Pets that are intolerant of seaweed or algae derivatives should also refrain from consuming seaweed products including Simply Seaweed.

It is important to understand the difference between a food intolerance and a food allergy. Whilst they can share many clinical signs, food intolerances are usually less severe and limited to digestive issues. An intolerance is a chemical reaction that occurs within the body, whereas an allergy is an immune system response. A serious allergy can affect the nervous system and result in a life threatening situation.