Bee pollen has been described as "nature's perfect food" and is a highly concentrated food source containing a complex supply of quality nutrients. Bee pollen can assist dogs suffer from seasonal allergies due to its antihistamine properties.
Consult your veterinarian before starting a new feeding routine with your dog. Observe your dog the first week of ingesting bee pollen due to potential of food allergies.
Bee Pollen is the male germinating seed of flowers, shrubs, or plants. It is called “bee pollen” because honeybees, in a miraculous way, collect the pollen as they go from flower to flower and form a pollen pod on the back of each rear leg.
Bee Pollen is the food of the young honeybees. It is approximately 40% protein, and is considered one of nature’s most complete foods. Honeybee pollen contains many known vitamins, minerals, proteins (amino acids), enzymes and coenzymes, fatty acids, and carbohydrates.
Bees filter out environmental toxins!!! They die if they come in contact with toxins and thus do not bring pollutants into the hive.
UNDER 25 LBS 1/4 TSP Once/Day 25 - 75 LBS 1/2 TSP Once/Day OVER 75 LBS 1 TSP Once/Day
Observe your dog after first couple of times when feeding bee pollen as there is potential for honey allergies in dogs. If this occurs, please see your vet. These allergies are rare, but do happen on occasion.