Let's get ready to Rallie!

Include Rallie as a part of your dog's daily hydration, on its own or poured over food. For best results give your dog Rallie 30-60 minutes after exercise for peak hydration and recovery. Dogs require 1-1.5oz of water per pound of weight daily, always provide fresh water for your dog. Carry at least 8 oz of water per dog per hour of activity.

How to Use Rallie FAQ

How much Rallie does my dog need?

Your dog might want Rallie to replace water, but Rallie should be given in addition to fresh water at all times.

A general rule of thumb is 1 ounce of fluids per pound of body weight daily. We encourage you to incorporate Rallie into your dog’s daily water servings.

American Hiking Society says “Carry at least 8 ounces of water per dog per hour of hiking.”

For best results provide Rallie after play or exercise, so it is consumed in 30 minutes- 1 hour for peak hydration and recovery.

Which dogs benefit most from Rallie?

Rallie is beneficial for most dogs, but it's especially helpful for active and athletic dogs seeking to improve performance and muscle recovery.

Rallie is especially well-suited for:

- Working Dogs

- Service Dogs

- Hunting and Sporting Dogs

- Competition and Agility Dogs

- Dogs with muscular and joint health issues or nutrient deficiencies

- Dogs that struggle to hydrate while on a trips, at dog parks, or away from their dog bowl

- Older dogs that need help with recovery after exercise

How often should I give my dog Rallie?

Prevention is the best medicine, so we recommend providing Rallie daily as a water supplement or over food as part of your dog's daily regimen. A Rallie a day keeps the vet away (or however that saying goes).

For temporary relief, we recommend providing a serving before or after play and agility exercises to assist in active recovery and rehydration.

What happens if I give my dog too much?

Our enhanced water is safe to provide to dogs and intoxication from overdose is unlikely. Excess consumption of vitamins, hydrogen, and electrolytes will be eliminated via urine. Each pet is different, and we always advise to please also check in with your veterinarian if using for illness or injury.

The traditional dosing of tetracycline and niacinamide is as follows: 250 mg of each, q8h, for a dog <10 kg; 500 mg of each, q8h, for a dog >10 kg. Niacinamide should be used cautiously in pets with seizures or diabetes.

Vitamin D and iron are the two ingredients in vitamin poisoning most commonly seen. Vitamin A, though not likely, has been documented as a source of vitamin poisoning as well. These vitamins are not found in our formulation.

Can my dog take Rallie if he's on medication?

If your dog has a medical condition and is taking other medication, we recommend consulting with your veterinarian to ensure that this supplement is safe to use.

Is my dog allergic to anything in Rallie?

A full list of all limited ingredients can be found on each product page. All of our ingredients are all natural, plant-based (non-GMO), and grain free. Our current formulas do not contain any of the top allergens for dogs. If you are unsure about the safety of this product for your pet, we always recommend consulting with your veterinarian.

Should pregnant or ill dogs use Rallie?

Always consult your veterinarian when adding new supplements or vitamins to your dogs nutrition. Niacinamide should be used cautiously in pets with seizures or diabetes. Use of this supplement alone is likely safe in pregnant or nursing animals; however, when used in conjunction with tetracycline, its use may not be safe.

It is always advised to consult with your veterinarian prior to starting your dog on a supplement regime, but especially so if they have any pre-existing health conditions or are currently taking any prescription medications.

Our products are aimed to assist your dog's recovery from conditions like heat exhaustion, diarrhea, parvovirus, lethargy, distemper, coccidia. You should still take your dog to the vet if exhibiting signs of sickness. Rallie is not a medicine.

Can my other pets drink Rallie?

We love all pets, BUT Rallie is formulated and designed specifically for dogs, so we would not recommend giving it to your other pets. Our ingredients are chosen to benefit canines, so while Rallie does not contain any of the top allergens for cats, we’re not sure that Fluffy will benefit as much from it as Spot will. As always, we recommend to check with your veterinarian.

How do I store Rallie? Does it need to be refrigerated?

Rallie does not need to be refrigerated and is shelf stable for one year, but be sure to check the bottle’s Born Date to ensure the highest quality. Rallie can be refrigerated or left out after opening. If you have had it out in the sun or high temperatures, please ensure that the water is cool enough for your dog’s consumption.

Recap after pouring. Once poured over your dog’s food, we recommend  consumption within 30 minutes for max absorption.

How does Rallie work?

How does Rallie work?