DOG BLOOM Kalac M38 is formulated to correct the serious calcium deficiencies in meat, grain, cheese, and vegetable mixes.
The ideal ratio of calcium to phosphorus for dogs is 1.2 to 1.0.
Meat, depending on the part of the animal carcass, can vary from 1.0 to 10.0 to 1.0 to 27.0. These wide ratios are grossly wrong and detrimental to the animal.
Always use this product in combination with DOG BLOOM VM SUPREME or VM 250 products. They provide the vitamins that make Kalac M38 work.
Grains, cheese, and some vegetables are also imbalanced as to calcium and phosphorus. Calcium-phosphorus imbalances lead to nutritional secondary hyperparathyoidism which, in turn, can lead to serious bone disorders. Often these bone disorders are irreversible.
Generally, Kalac M38 at 1/2 teaspoon per pound of meat mix will correct the calcium to phosphorus ratio.
Important factors for use
If your mix contains several different items, send us the amount of each, so we can accurately calculate the amount of Kalac M38 to use. Your formula will be held in strictest confidence.
- If salt has not been added to mix, use 1/2 teaspoon of iodized salt per pound of mix.
- Do not use DOG BLOOM Kalac M38 as a supplement to commercially prepared dry dog foods or canned meat mixes where calcium has already been added. Most canned meat mixes do add calcium to their products.
Recommended Usage Rate For Meat Mixes
1/2 teaspoon (4 gms) per pound of meat mix We also highly recommend the addition of 1/2 teaspoon salt per pound of homemade mix. KALAC M38 and salt may be added before freezing or storing mixture.
Always use DOG BLOOM VM SUPREME OR VM250 (complete vitamin-mineral supplements) when using DOG BLOOM KALAC M38 They provide the nutrients necessary to maximize benefits of this type of diet. Do not add to commercial mixes or mixes that have been calcium fortified.
|Calcium||Min 35% Max 38%|
Each 1/2 tsp. = Approx 900 mg. calcium
Calcium Carbonate, Calcium Iodate, Potassium Chloride