How Does Creatine Work in Your Dog?
Creatine is naturally found in foods like chicken, beef and fish. It's even produced naturally in the body mainly from the liver. It drives bursts of muscle contractions by fueling ATP (short for Adenosine Triphosphate, which are the energy molecules that store energy found in muscle). ATP contain 3 strongly bound phosphates. When a phosphate breaks loose, energy is released.
Creatine’s job is to replenish the phosphates in the APT to keep them running. Our supplemental dog creatine increases the volume of creatine in the body to power APT thereby increasing your dog's workout stamina and helping them break down more muscle during workouts. During recovery your dog's body naturally rebuilds, repairs and creates more muscle fibers to create more muscle on your dogs body.