From the manufacturer:
Red Rover is a blend of organic berries and phytonutrients to support a healthy coat, gut flora and immune system. It’s a convenient, daily serving of antioxidants, fiber and polyphenols including quercetin from organic apple skins.
Red Rover starts with organic apple skin powder. Apple skin is a rich and natural source of quercetin, which has been shown to balance the histamine response. Apple skin is also a good source of naturally occurring vitamin K.
Organic blueberries are an important source of polyphenols and antioxidants to support the immune system and the growth of beneficial gut bacteria. Special polyphenols from blueberries also provide nutrients for the brain to support the health of senior animals.
We round it out with organic raspberries, and cranberries to support balanced bacteria in the urinary tract.
- Helps maintain normal histamine levels
- Supplies polyphenols for gut & immune support
- Organic apple skins for natural quercetin
- Supports normal brain function
Dogs need fiber! And Red Rover supplies it in the form of keto-friendly, organic apple skins and berries. Your dog will love the taste, his gut will love the fiber and you’ll love the convenience!
All of our fruit is sourced in North and South America and is 100% organic.
Simply mix into your dog's meals daily. Daily amount can be split accross multiple meals. Amount can be adjusted for the individual dog's needs. For dogs of all ages.
||Amount Per Day
||1/2 tsp daily
60 day supply
|3/4 tsp daily
45 day supply
||1 tsp daily
30 day supply
||1 1/2 tsp daily
22 day supply
Net Contents: 2.7oz (76.5g)
Is Red Rover keto friendly?
Berries tend to be much lower in sugar than fruits and we use organic, human-grade apple skins only.
There are lumps in my Red Rover, is this okay?
We make sure your dog’s organic powdered berries are free of anti-clumping agents like silicone dioxide and maltodextrin. This might mean the sugars will clump if exposed to heat, but this doesn’t affect the quality of the product.
Why are there Apple skins in Red Rover?
We buy the fresh organic apple skins left over from human baked goods and powder them. We think skins are the most beneficial part of the apple - they’re rich in fiber and healthy polyphenols like quercetin.
Can I give my dog Red Rover in place of fresh fruit?
Yes, Red Rover is simply organic berries made easy!
Organic fruits can be expensive, especially when out of season. Red Rover is an affordable, convenient way for dogs to get the immune benefits of fiber and polyphenols.
Does my dog really need fruits and berries?
Studies show the polyphenols in berries can help support a balanced gut and immune system and fiber feeds beneficial gut bacteria. Since polyphenols and fiber only come from planet matter, we feel dogs should get berries and veggies in their diets every day.
Should I store Red Rover in the fridge?
Red Rover will be fine in your cupboard as long as it’s not exposed to high temperatures.