Green Juju on it’s own will not complete a diet. You will likely need a calcium source if you’re not feeding bone and potentially other minerals. It is best to work with a holistic vet or nutrition specialist if you’re interested in formulating your own diet. Often times Green Juju will make up the veggie portion of an otherwise balanced diet.
While Green Juju was specifically formulated for dogs, there is nothing in it what would be harmful to cats. We believe cats generally do not need the same plant intake that dogs benefit from, but we have heard of many cats over the years who do well on Green Juju. We’re leaving it up to you! Our bison bone broth is a huge hit with cats!
The guidelines above are intended for dogs fed an exclusively dry diet. We recommend reducing the feeding amount accordingly if feeding a fresh food with vegetables already included. And remember, some is better than none! Make it work for you, your pup and your budget.