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Futtermedicus - supplement feed for dogs
Vitamin Optimix Cooking – cooking for dogs and adding minerals and vitamins to the food
Cooking for your dog – with Futtermedicus and Vitamin Optimix Cooking you will succeed!
If the cooked dog food is from your own kitchen, you should add the supplement feed Vitamin Optimix Cooking because the food is still missing necessary minerals and vitamins.
Futtermedicus Vitamin Optimix Cooking
- mineral feed for dogs (full-grown & healthy)
- supplement tailored to self-cooked dog food
- provides dogs with volume elements, trace elements and vitamins as needed
- considers that our four-legged friends have a 3- to 4- times higher need for minerals than we do
- additional bone and intestinal feeding is not required
- includes recipes for dogs of all sizes
Cooking for dogs – this is how you will get the menu right: “one portion” iron from the liver, calcium from the bones and a dash of zinc from the fur – those are the components from which wolves naturally get their food. In nature dogs get their share of minerals from eating whole prey animals. If we cook the food by ourselves, we need to “recreate” a whole prey animal for our nutrition plan. When supplementing important vitamins and minerals with Futtermedicus Vitamin Optimix Cooking, you will be able to give your dog a balanced diet without adding parts of the prey animal to the feeding bowl.
Quality supplement feeds
Vitamin Optimix supplement feeds are high-quality products of Futtermedicus. Our team of nutrition experts develops adequate supplement feeds for dogs and cats. Futtermedicus Vitamin Optimix Cooking is highly concentrated and easy to use. Because of its high concentration it lasts a long time. The taste and smell of Vitamin Optimix Cooking is well accepted by dogs.
Nutritional counselling – Futtermedicus makes cooking easy
Pasta should be cooked softer than “al dente”, the menu should be coordinated with the demand-oriented dog food and you should add minerals and vitamins to the cooked food. – This is what you need to be a star chef for your dog. You wish to get personal counselling? Our experts who specialize in nutrition and dietetics will be able to advise you. E-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org – product inquiries are free of charge; individual nutritional counselling is chargeable after consultation.
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What's the difference between Vitamin Optimix Cooking & Vitamin Optimix Barf plus Calcium?
The composition of both products is identical, the big difference lies in the feed plans of the two mineral vitamin powders. In addition to meat, vegetables, possibly dairy products, oils & treats, the recipes of Vitamin Optimix Cooking also contains cooked carbohydrates, so that the feed schedule becomes a classic cooking recipe.
With the Vitamin Optimix Barf plus Calcium, on the other hand, the plans are based only on the classic "BARF components" meat (& innards), possibly dairy products, vegetables, oils & treats.
The nutritional differences between these feed plans are so small that the same mineral powder fits both variants. The differences in the product names make it easier for you to choose the right powder. Another advantage is that you have the choice between two different food plans for one product (whether Vitamin Optimix Cooking or Barf plus Calcium) and that you can alternate if necessary - without having to buy another product.
With both products you can give the meat raw or cooked. Hardly any nutrients are lost during the cooking process, only the protein structure changes and any germs that may be present are killed. This makes the meat more tolerable for sensitive animals.
Blue particles in the Vitamin Optimix
The small blue particles that can sometimes be found in the powder are the copper components of the mineral mixture. Copper is a trace element that is particularly important for the ligaments as well as for blood, enzyme and pigment formation. The copper sulfate we use is blue. Since the individual parts attract each other like magnets, larger conglomerates can also occur, which you can recognize.
There is no impairment of the product.