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This March, it’s all about Green … Green JuJu that is!

This March, it’s all about Green … Green JuJu that is!

We know you want what is best for your pet. Green Juju is a simple and convenient way to add some fresh food to their bowl. Green Juju is handmade in the Pacific Northwest featuring locally grown organic produce. These raw veggies harness superpowers for your dogs digestion, skin & coat and joint health. The plant cell walls are crushed making nutrients easy for the body to absorb. Each ingredient included in Green Juju is included for a specific reason.

Have you considered adding some fresh food to fido’s bowl? We love including Green Juju with kibble, freeze dried or raw food.

Good juju for:

  • Pet parents interested in a fresh food diet
  • Immune support for golden-agers or puppers
  • Joint, Skin, Digestion or Immune issues
  • Dogs who like to eat grass
  • Dogs who want to be optimally healthy!

Ready to give it a try?

Read through these FAQ’s to ensure success with Green Juju.

How much should I feed my dog?

The recommended amount is 15-25% of the meal. Per weight, that would look like:

  • Tiny (under 10 lbs): 4 tbsp
  • Small (10-25 lbs): 1/4 cup
  • Medium (25-50 lbs): 1/2 cup
  • Large (50-75 lbs): 3/4 cup
  • X Large (75+ lbs): 1 cup


How long does Green Juju™ last in the fridge?

Green Juju™ lasts about 5-7 days in the fridge once thawed. If you have a smaller dog, you can thaw out the container, portion out what you will use within 5-7 days, and refreeze the rest. Ice cube trays are also a great option for refreezing in portions!

Can I feed Green Juju™ to my cat?

Green Juju™ was formulated for dogs, but we do know of a few cats who enjoy Green Juju™ with their meals! We suggest consulting with your veterinarian if there are any health concerns.

How do I get my dog to eat Green Juju™?

Start very slowly. A lot of dogs take to Green Juju™ right away, but if you have a picky dog, start with a very small spoonful, mix it into their meal, and slowly increase the amount over a few days.

Our dogs are used to eating food and treats that have been specially formulated to be super palatable to them, so natural foods may be a unique taste at first. We’ve noticed that over a number of days, they develop a taste for it, maybe because they know it makes them feel good! Pairing it with high value foods (like raw goats milk) will quickly develop a positive association with the unique taste of fresh vegetables.

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