Natural Taurine Topper
Natural Taurine Topper: Dr. Tim’s Beef Taurine Topper is a great addition to your pet’s meal. Taurine supports healthy heart function, and this mess-free mix helps support your pet’s immune system. Our beef topper is simply freeze-dried beef from Texas, salmon oil and taurine.
How Do You Pick the Best Puppy Food?
The essential ingredients of all dog diets are proteins, fats, carbohydrates, vitamins, and minerals. Puppy diets should typically contain about twice the amount of crude protein and fat than adult diets.
This is because puppies have higher energy requirements and are actively developing muscle and other tissues. Energy comes from the breakdown of protein fats and carbohydrates.
You may also see a mention of docosahexaenoic acid, or DHA, on puppy food packaging. Additives such as DHA have been said to support a puppy’s brain, heart, and eye development. DHA is a fatty acid which is plentiful in oily fish, so salmon or other fish-based puppy diets may not need additional supplementation.
Large breed puppy diets should have lower calcium and phosphorus to support good bone development because large breeds mature at a slower rate.
SUPPORTS HEALTHY HEART FUNCTION
Taurine helps build proteins for heart muscles
SUPPORTS THE IMMUNE SYSTEM
Salmon oil reduces inflammation and collects free radicals
SOURCED AND MADE IN THE USA
Real, pure beef from Texas
FORMULATED FOR DOGS AND CATS
Great overall addition for your pet’s health
Natural Taurine Topper Ingredients
Beef, beef heart, beef liver, beef tripe, taurine, salmon oil
200 mg of Taurine per tablespoon
Natural Taurine Topper Feeding Directions
One tablespoon per day, per 25 lbs of body weight.
Sprinkle over your pets food or mix with 1/4 cup warm water to make a gravy. Store at or below room temperature.
Metabolizable Energy – 4,870 kcals/kg (approximately 31 kcals/tbsp)
CAUTION: Safe use in pregnant animals or animals intended for breeding has not been evaluated. If your pet has any condition that requires medical attention, you should always consult your veterinarian.