Guts & Glory - Grass-Fed Organs & Glands
Put the ancestral back into your dog’s meals. Our GMO, hormone, and pesticide free ingredients are reliable sources of protein, enzymes, and cofactors that are unique to each organ.
Most dog foods are deficient in Mother Nature's Multivitamins: the organ meats! When wolves eat their prey, they start with the organs. That's because organs and glands are an essential source of proteins, peptides, enzymes and cofactors.
Guts & Glory puts the ancestral back into your dog!
- From pasture-raised New Zealand cows
- Bovine sourced (NO porcine)
- Freeze-dried to maintain maximum quality
- Third-party tested
- Hormone and pesticide-free
- No fillers of any kind. Just 100% pure grass-fed organs
Guts & Glory let's you give your dog a wide range of organs and glands without the mess. Each organ in Guts & Glory carries unique benefits for your dog:
Rich in vitamin A, which plays an important role in hormone function and iron. Liver supports the liver to protect from environmental toxins and supports immune health.
Bovine heart is a concentrated source of taurine, vitamin B12, collagen, enzymes and Coenzyme Q10 (CoQ10). This supports connective tissue health, mitochondrial and health health, as well as athletic performance.
Kidney is rich in vitamin B12, selenium, diamine oxidase and enzymes. It can support kidney health, urinary health and detoxification, thyroid health and help control histamine levels.
Pancreas is rich in enzymes your dog needs to break down fat, protein and carbohydrate, as well as peptides that activate other enzymes. This helps support pancreas function, digestive health and maximize nutrient absorption.
Spleen contains proteins and peptides that support immune health, digestive health and help reduce inflammation.
Supports the adrenals and helps support proper DNA methylation, detoxification, glucose levels, mood and energy.
The thymus gland is susceptible to toxins and oxidation and tends to shrink over time. Adding thymus can support the thymus gland with specialized proteins, peptides and thyroxin, which can also support immune health.
Active Ingredients per 1.4 g (3/4 tsp):
New Zealand Liver (Bovine) ......................... 350mg
New Zealand Heart (Bovine) ........................ 300mg
New Zealand Kidney (Bovine) ...................... 250mg
New Zealand Pancreas (Bovine) .................. 250mg
New Zealand Spleen (Bovine) ...................... 200mg
Inactive Ingredients: None
Give orally daily or as directed by your veterinarian.
|Amount Per Day||Daily Cost & Supply|
|1-25 lbs||1/2 tsp daily||
$0.67/day (45 day supply)
|3/4 tsp daily||
$1.00/day (30 day supply)
|51-75 lbs||1 tsp daily||
$1.50/day (20 day supply)
|76-100 lbs||1 1/2 tsp daily||
$2.00/day (15 day supply)
|100 + lbs||2 tsp daily||
$3.00/day (10 day supply)
Net Contents: 1.5oz (42.0g)
Does this replace the need to add organs to my dog's diet?
Guts and Glory is designed for the convenience of adding organs to your dog’s diet. If you can't feed a wide variety of organs, Guts & Glory can help fill the gaps.
Is this sourced from human-grade ingredients?
Though Guts & Glory is made for canine use only, all of the ingredients are 100% pure grass-fed organs. Every batch is third party tested for pesticides, glyphosate and heavy metals.
Does Guts & Glory need to be refrigerated?
Guts & Glory contains naturally occurring fats so the fridge is great if you have space ... but it's not required if it’s used up in 30 days.
What organ meats are good for dogs?
Organ meats like liver, kidney, and heart are simply a part of a carnivore's diet. Sourcing these organs for your dog can often be a challenge (and gross to look at for some people!). That’s why we created Guts & Glory. You can feel good knowing that in every jar your dog is getting a good helping of liver, heart, kidney, spleen, and more.
How much organ meat does my dog need?
Prey-model guidelines recommend organ meat form about 10% of your dog’s diet. Liver should be 10% of the diet and heart should be about 5% of the diet. These organs are essential.
Not all proteins are made the same. Some are richer in vitamins and minerals than others. Enter the organ meats … they’re Mother Nature’s multivitamins!
It’s difficult, if not impossible, to get enough vitamins and minerals in the raw diet without organ meats. And the organ that supplies the most, pound for pound, is the liver.
Does my dog really need organ meats?
Yes. In fact, pre-model guidelines will tell you that organ meats should make up about 10% of your dog’s diet.
Organs are quite dense in:
- Vitamins A, C, D, E, K, B-vitamins, folate
- Minerals like copper, iron, manganese, iodine, phosphorus, zinc
- Amino acids