Ingredient Glossary Search Results:

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A nutritious plant providing vitamin C, vitamin A, calcium, iron, and potassium, that may support the immune system, vision, bones, and more.


An ancient medicinal herb. Fenugreek seeds and powder are used to improve palatability and may help to improve the appetite.

Ferrous Proteinate   

Iron that has been bonded to an amino acid that may improve absorption by the body

Ferrous Sulfate   

A form of iron used in pet foods, treats and supplements.


A non-digestible carbohydrate essential for proper flow of food through the digestive tract to get proper digestion and absorption and a firm stool.

Fish Meal   

A concentrated form of non-specific fish meat.

Fish Oil and Fish Extract   

A non-specific ingredient or a permanent mixture of fish oils.


Natural compounds found naturally in many fruits and vegetables. Flavonoids are rich in antioxidants.


A food that contains lignans. Lignans are antioxidants that may be helpful in supporting the immune system. Flaxseed may be helpful with inflammation and may support skin and coat, joints, kidneys, adrenal gland, and digestion.


A non-specific ingredient that can change every time a product is made.

Folic Acid   

Folic acid (vitamin B 12) is important in red blood cell formation and for healthy cell growth and function.

Food Dyes/Coloring Agents   

Synthetic colouring agents like Yellow 5, and Blue 2.


A resin that may be helpful to move blood and Qi and to relieve pain, reduce swelling, and may help to heal wounds.

Free Radicals   

Are unstable atoms in the body and are linked to aging and disease


Free-range is when an animal is kept in natural conditions to move freely as they wish. A more humane way to raise animals.

Fructoooligosaccharides (FOS)   

A form of prebiotic and dietary fiber. Travels intact through the intestinal tract to support the growth of healthy bacteria.


A simple sugar that is unnecessary in a food, treat or a supplement for pets.

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