What are Collagen Peptides and Why are they Good for Dogs?

by Primalvore Team July 03, 2018

What are Collagen Peptides and Why are they Good for Dogs?

Supplementing your pet’s diet ensures that he or she gets the vitamins and nutrients needed to remain active and healthy.

Collagen is the major structural protein found in your dog’s body. It’s what makes up your pet’s skin and connective tissues including its joints, tendons, ligaments, and cartilage. A dog’s coat, nails, teeth, and bones are strengthened by the substance. As your pet ages, however, collagen production decreases causing issues with bones and joints as well as producing lackluster fur and drier skin.

Bone Broth Supplemented with Collagen Peptides is a Healthy Solution for Canines

The sooner you start supplementing your pet’s diet with collagen peptides, the better it helps prevent problems attributed to aging. You can invest in Primalvore Bone Broth to increase the amount of collagen your dog has in his or her body daily. It contains other vital substances that help support good health in your pet.

For example, it serves as a natural source of the following:

  • Glutamine. This substance keeps your dog’s gut healthy.
  • Glucosamine and Chondroitin. Your pet’s joints are protected, so he or she can continue to walk, run, jump, and play normally.
  • Vitamins & Minerals. A shiny coat is the result of the right combination of nutrients.
  • Gelatin. Nails are stronger thanks to collagen peptide and this bone broth ingredient.

Adding collagen peptides to your pet’s diet has many advantages. In fact, the supplement can significantly improve your dog’s health because it is highly soluble, digestible, and easily absorbed. It replenishes the 30% of total protein in a dog’s body that consists of collagen.

Three Different Ways for Bone Broth to Be Consumed

Delicious in flavor, Bone Broth can be consumed three different ways by canines. The first is as a beverage that they lap up. The second is to rehydrate freeze-dried food. It can be used in place of water for additional health benefits.

Last, it can be poured over dog food for added flavor, vitamins, and minerals. Switching up how you provide collagen peptides to your pet ensures that he or she never grows bored of the supplement.

What Do Collagen Peptides Do For Dogs?

Collagen peptides promote mobility in dogs. Once it’s been added to your pet’s diet, you’ll notice a difference. His or her coat will shine, and they’ll be able to get around and do the things they did when they were younger.

They’ll eat better than they did before because it promotes a healthy appetite. Collagen peptides assist by healing digestive systems thanks to its high glycine content. The amino acid makes digesting food easier for dogs, especially older dogs who no longer chew as well as they did when they were young.

If you want your dog to look and feel as great as they did as a pup, collagen peptides are the answer! Your pet will thank you for purchasing Primalvore products. Delicious, nutritious, and easy to prepare, our high demand line of Bone Broths are made from natural ingredients in the USA.

Primalvore Team
Primalvore Team

We are a dedicated bunch of pet lovers with a passion for creating innovative and functional foods for pets.

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