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Fidocal ™

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$14.99

FidOcal™

Fidocal™ is a calcium and magnesium supplement for dogs. Use fidocal when feeding homemade dog food recipes to supply daily calcium and magnesium for healthy body function.

FidOcal™

Fidocal™ is a calcium and magnesium supplement for dogs. Use fidocal when feeding homemade dog food recipes to supply daily calcium and magnesium for healthy body function.

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Calcium Carbonate

Calcium is a major structural component of your dog’s bones and teeth, and is an essential dietary mineral. It is important to add calcium to your dog’s homemade dog food recipe.

Magnesium Carbonate

Magnesium is an important mineral needed by your dog in order for his body to operate properly. Magnesium helps support hormone function, metabolic function, proper nervous system transmissions, absorption of calcium and other nutrients.

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Fidocal™ is a calcium and magnesium supplement for dogs. Use fidocal when feeding homemade dog food recipes to supply daily calcium and magnesium for healthy body function.

Use FidOcal™ when making homemade dog food recipes to supply daily calcium and magnesium. Add one tablespoon of FidOcal™ to every 5 cups of homemade dog food and mix in evenly. This jar contains approximately 27 tablespoons of supplement.

Calcium carbonate and magnesium carbonate.

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  • 4
    Good Quality

    Posted by Michelle Machtel on Oct 26th 2017

    This is essential for a raw food diet if you can't include the bones. This is for my diabetic cat. I'm still working on the correct amount to mix into beef: too much and she won't eat any of it. Otherwise, she eats it just fine.

  • 3
    Fidocal

    Posted by Ted on Oct 17th 2017

    My dog hate it . I have to really tone it down, but she will eat it if she can’t taste it. It takes much to entice her. I don’t see any changes in as a result of using this stuff but I use it anyway.

  • 5
    Perfect for my homemade dog food.

    Posted by Kathleen on Jul 11th 2017

    I like the Fidocal instead of using egg shells.

  • 5
    Great Product as far as I can tell

    Posted by Michelle SF on Dec 7th 2016

    I don't have any scientific proof but I think this is a great product to use especially if your making dog food at home. Since its a very fine powder I am going to assume that it absorbs well. Crushing up eggshells got a bit tedious and also I felt like they mostly pass thru without my dog really getting the calcium absorption necessary. For my dog I cook chicken or turkey with water, chop it up into small pieces and mix it with dinovite powder, fido-cal, and either lickochops or superOmega oil. My dog has a beautiful shiny coat, lots of energy and he isn't stinky at all and i don't even bath him that often! I love this company and all the products Ive mentioned in this review.

  • 5
    FIDOCAL better than Egg Shells

    Posted by Rebecca on Nov 26th 2016

    I really wanted to give my Puggles the Egg Shells in the homemade dog food but since I can't stand crunching on shells, not sure my dogs would either. At any rate, the FIDOCAL is so much easier to use than crushing up egg shells. Calcium is important so this product makes it very easy to make sure their homemade dog foods is well balanced.

  • 4
    Fidocal

    Posted by john on Aug 6th 2016

    I only gave it 4 stars because I don't know what kind of results it is producing. Little bit eats it and seems to tolerate it in her food. Other than that I don't know what to say.

  • 5
    An excellent way to insure good nutrition

    Posted by Richard on Jun 2nd 2016

    I preferr it to boiled eggs, not only because of the smell but my machine doesn't chope the shells fine enought to suit me. And no cooking or peeling needed.

  • 5
    quality product

    Posted by wanda on Jan 28th 2016

    easy to use great price works well

  • 5
    Easy

    Posted by Chris on Jan 7th 2016

    This has saved me time instead of boiling eggs and grinding up shells