1 Bag Health Aid 1 Bag Digestive Aid
1 Bag Skin + Coat Aid
20% off + a FREE bag of treats
*not recognized as an essential nutrient by the AAFCO Dog Food Nutrient Profiles.
Treat size may vary. Analysis based on average size.
Crickets use fewer resources and produce less greenhouse gases than traditional proteins
|% total u.s. methane emissions||0%||36%|
|water / 1lb edible weight||240 gal||13,400 gal|
|meters of land / 1lb edible weight||5m2||61m2|
Our Digestive Aid Topper is loaded with gut-friendly ingredients like pumpkin, apple, and ginger, and supercharged with super-insects (the only animal protein with a naturally occurring prebiotic!). Prebiotics work together with the probiotics already found in your pup’s gut to promote a healthy digestive system. Hello firm poops!
Our Skin + Coat Topper is packed with Omega-3s from our Super-Insect Blend (fun fact: pound for pound, insects contain more omega-3s than salmon!), flaxseed, and peanut that all work together to help support your pup’s skin and coat.
Our Health Aid Topper is like adding a superfood salad to mealtime. It’s loaded with high-quality nutrients from whole-food ingredients that are missing in the typical dog diet. It is supercharged with super-insects for a necessary protein boost.
You betcha. Edible insects are a safe, hypoallergenic protein that are considered GRAS (generally recognized as safe) per the FDA. In August 2021, AAFCO approved Black Soldier Fly for use in dog food. Say hello to the future of sustainable protein!
They f*cking love ‘em. If for any reason your pup doesn’t, we have a Happiness 100% Guarantee and will refund your order.
Most kibbles are full of fillers and low quality ingredients that are then put through high heat processing. This leads to reduced protein quality, the loss of heat-sensitive vitamins, and can even produce compounds known to be carcinogenic. Also, research has shown that dogs who are fed veggies (like those in our toppers) have a reduced risk of cancer.
It sure is. Insects are a hypoallergenic protein, meaning it’s extremely unlikely they will cause an allergic reaction in your pup.