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Four Leaf Rover

Four Leaf Rover Bovine Colostrum - Immune Support For Dogs

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Colostrum is a great source of IgA antibodies that have been known to help support and build up a healthy immune system.

Supplied to all first born mammals, colostrum comes from mother’s first milk and helps nourish a newborn. Four Leaf Rover Colostrum is from bovine and is dense in proline-rich-polypeptide (PRP), which has been researched to help relieve allergy symptoms and autoimmune disease.

Comes in 33g bottles.


Active Ingredients per 550 mg (1/4 tsp):

New Zealand Bovine Colostrum ............... 550 mg

Inactive Ingredients: None

PURE SOURCING - Our bovine colostrum is only from grass-fed cattle raised in pristine New Zealand. The colostrum is shared with the calf and is collected from small, ethical farmers.

THIRD PARTY TESTED - Every batch of colostrum is tested to be free of hormones and antibiotics and is tested for its antibody content.

Suggested Use

Give Four Leaf Rover Bovine Colostrum once or twice a day. Colostrum should be given away from meals but can be mixed in a little broth or kefir.

Body Weight ................. Amount Per Day
1-25 lbs.......................... 1/16 tsp daily
26-50 lbs........................ 1/8 tsp daily
51-100 lbs....................... 1/4 tsp daily
100 + lbs.......................... 1/2 tsp daily

Note: Colostrum can be given to your dog at mealtime but it’s best given at least 20 minutes before meals for better absorption.

Other FAQs

Where does colostrum come from?
Four Leaf Rover Bovine Colostrum comes from a heifers first milk. The colostrum is collected from pasture-raised, grass-fed, antibiotic-free and hormone free cows.

All cows are raised on a small organic dairy farm.

The colostrum is then created into a powder form.

How is the colostrum collected?
After the first 12 hours after a calf is born and within a 36 hour window, colostrum is collected. This is when colostrum levels are high.

The calves get the colostrum all to themselves for the first 12 hours. After that, the colostrum is collected.

Calve are never separated from their mothers, even during collection time.

The quality of the milk is best with the cow is allowed to raise her calf.

How does colostrum work in the fight against allergies?
There’s a well researched ingredient in colostrum called proline-rich polypeptide (PRP), its been known to help with allergy symptoms.

Colostrum can also help support a healthy gut lining and immune function as it helps regulate the thymus gland and immune cells (T and B cells) plus supplies immunoglobulins (IgG and IgA).

If my dog has a beef sensitivity, can he still take colostrum?
There’s a good chance that if your dog has a beef sensitivity, he may still tolerate colostrum.

The proteins in beef and colostrum are different.

Colsotrum contains a very small amount of lactose, unlike milk. But before you give colostrum, check with your vet if your dog has a sensitivity to dairy.

What’s the best way to give my dog colostrum?
You can give your dog colostrum at mealtime.

For better absorption, give your dog colostrum at least 20 minutes before his/her next meal.

Colostrum can be mixed in with a little bit of broth, organic kefir or spring water.

Most dogs like the flavour because it’s from “Mother’s Milk”.

Can colostrum be used topically?
Of course!

Create a paste and put it on irritated skin, hot spots or bites!

All you need to do is mix the colostrum with some distilled water until it makes a paste and apply it directly to the skin.

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