UltraK9 Pro contains a proprietary blend of 9 essential nutrients specifically designed to support your dog's health and well-being. Backed by science from the University of Missouri, this formula helps to maintain your pup's natural weight, while improving digestion and coat condition. Start seeing the benefits of this unique formula with every use, for a healthier and happier pup.
UltraK9 Pro has been designed for all ages and medical conditions in order to naturally support your auditory system.
Primal nutrients are special nutrients that can activate what some researchers call the “wolf switch” - a natural reaction of the dog’s body to these nutrients that turn him back into the fierce, healthy and energetic wolf that he is deep inside.
Dog owners who fed primal nutrients to their dogs saw that their dogs look healthier and have more energy. They also had better digestion with solid less smelly stools, improved teeth health and smell, reduced joint inflammation. Their dogs no longer felt like tired old men, but the fierce, loyal wolves they were.
How Do I Give My Dog This Formula?
You can add UltraK9 Pro to any kind of meal, dry or wet, store bought or home-made. And see him chow down on every bite, begging for more!
How do I know if my dog will enjoy UltraK9 Pro?
UltraK9 Pro tastes like rich chicken bone broth, and every single pet I’ve ever met loved chicken broth. We spared no expense at making UltraK9 Pro the most delicious and nutritious possible. So far, I have heard nothing but positive feedback from thousands of dog owners on how much their dogs enjoyed UltraK9 Pro and living the best years of their lives.
UltraK9 Pro Ingredients
● Broth Produced from The Bones and Scraps of Chickens (50mg)
It is necessary to simmer the whole chicken, including the bones and cartilage, in order to prepare chicken bone broth (also known as chicken stock). The end product is a soup that is packed with vitamins and nutrients that are essential for maintaining healthy joints.
These nutrients include omega fatty acids and minerals such as calcium, phosphorus, salt, and potassium, among others. In addition, the high quantity of glycine has anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties, therefore assisting in the regulation of the body. It is perfectly OK for dogs to consume bone broth that was prepared using chickens.
● Hydrolysate of Casein Derived from Bovine (50mg)
There are traces of the protein collagen left behind in the skeletal and connective tissues of the body, in addition to the skin, blood vessels, digestive system, and muscles of the body. Cooking cow meat in a saucepan of boiling water is required in order to successfully extract bovine collagen from the cow.
Upon completion of this process, collagen may be removed, dried, and powdered for further incorporation into nutritional supplements. Bovine collagen is useful because it is considered to have a high concentration of collagen types I and III, both of which are essential for maintaining healthy cartilage and skin.
● Astragalus Root Extract That Are Biologically Active (25mg)
Astragalus extract has been used in traditional Chinese medicine for hundreds of years to treat a wide range of problems, such as the potential improvement of upper respiratory function, the decrease of allergy symptoms, and the control of immunological function.
While there is a lack of evidence to support its usage, it is often thought that the advantages of Astragalus for humans may also be enjoyed by their canine friends. This belief is despite the fact that there is a lack of evidence to support its use.
In particular, it may prevent the buildup of potentially toxic substances in the liver, encourage the regeneration of liver cells, and fortify the immune system. Dogs with urinary tract infections, as well as canines who have been exposed to significant stress or cruelty, have been proven to benefit considerably from the benefits that this substance has on their respiratory systems.
● Ashwagandha (12.5mg)
It has been shown that the adaptogenic characteristics of the evergreen shrub known as ashwagandha may enhance the way the body reacts to stress. Ashwagandha is quite popular. This dietary supplement made from herbs is risk-free for dogs and cats when administered in the recommended dosages.
It has been shown to have beneficial benefits on the body, such as reducing the level of anxiety experienced by dogs when they are put in unfamiliar environments. Moreover, alleged advantages include maintenance of fluid equilibrium and metabolic health.
● Powder Prepared from Burdock Root (12.5mg)
Burdock root contains several different types of antioxidants, some of which are quercetin, luteolin, and phenolic acids. According to the findings of the study, they protect cells from damage caused by free radicals and lower the levels of inflammatory signals in the body.
Burdock improved the cutaneous fibroblast activity of dogs, according to a study that was conducted in 2013 and looked at the benefits of burdock on canine health. The specialized skin cells known as dermal fibroblasts are responsible for the production of new connective tissue in the dermis. Since it causes insulin to be released, this may also be beneficial for diabetic dogs.
Root Extract of the Dandelion (12.5mg)
Even though it seems to be nothing more than a common yellow plant, the dandelion has been shown to have some remarkable therapeutic applications. Because it is a nutritious alternative that delivers important elements such as vitamins, minerals, and fiber to the body.
In terms of benefits, it has the potential to cleanse the gallbladder and liver of a dog, lessen the adverse effects of drugs and other substances that are metabolized in the liver, and lengthen the life of the animal.
Horsetail (12.5mg) (12.5mg)
There is a plant known as horsetail that belongs to the family Equisetaceae and is a kind of perennial fern. The first findings of the research show that the herb may assist in the mending of bones and illnesses such as osteoporosis.
This plant has been demonstrated to hasten the healing of wounds in addition to having diuretic characteristics, as well as anti-inflammatory capabilities, and it also has anti-allergic properties. While many of these assertions have been made in the past, you should consult your veterinarian before acting on any of them.
Asian Ginseng, or Panax (12.5mg)
Panax ginseng is an adaptogenic plant that, similar to ashwagandha, enhances the body's capacity to cope with the negative effects of stress. One of the reported benefits is an increase in adrenal gland function.
Other proven benefits include a reduction in sugar in blood levels and an improvement in blood flow to the heart muscle. Because of its multiple advantages, the herb may be an effective addition to traditional therapy for cardiovascular and circulation issues.
Turmeric (12.5mg) (12.5mg)
Last but not least, the presence of the beneficial component curcumin in the Indian spice turmeric has contributed to the spice's growing popularity in Western countries. The compound known as curcumin has antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties.