|Guaranteed Analysis: Each Tablet Contains|
|Vitamin E||10 IU|
|Omega-3 fatty acids*||900 mg|
|Docosahexaenoic Acid (DHA)(min)||17%|
|Coenzyme Q10*||15 mg|
(* Not recognized as an essential nutrient by the AAFCO Dog Food Nutrient Profiles)
Dried Whey, Algae Meal (source of Omega-3 fatty acids), Microcrystalline Cellulose, Vegetarian Beef Flavor, L-Arginine, Green Tea Extract, Silymarin Extract, Grape Seed Extract, Stearic Acid, Cysteine, Coenzyme Q10, Alpha-Tocopherol Succinate.
Ingredient Rationale: ProtectaCell®
Omega-3 fatty acids - Source of DHA (docosahexaenoic acid) and EPA (eicosatetraenoic acid). Studies have shown that they support healthy cell growth. Animal studies suggest they also support healthy weight maintenance. Sourced from algae based on veterinary advisors' recommendations.
Coenzyme Q10 - Important fat-soluble antioxidant also supports energy production in all body cells. Works with Vitamin E to protect against lipid peroxidation. Studies in animals show that CoQ10 helps protect heart function when taking someveterinary prescribed drugs.
L-Arginine - This essential amino acid is reduced in the blood of some pets during veterinary treatment, so supplemental arginine may be beneficial. It supports immune function and supports healthy cell growth.
Silymarin Phytosome - Silymarin complexed with phosphatidylcholine for improved silybin absorption. Silymarin protects the liver, kidneys and heart. It may be helpful for your pet's liver and heart health when taking drugs. It has been shown to support healthy cellgrowth.
Decaffeinated Green Tea extract - Contains high levels of polyphenols, specifically epigallocatechin gallate (EGCG), a potent and active antioxidant. It may protect your pet's health when taking drugs. It supports healthy cells. Decaffeinated green tea was recommended by veterinary advisors instead of caffeinated.
Bioflavanol - Plant extract containing oligomeric proanthocyanidins. Potent antioxidant that has polyphenols (catechins), which strengthen cell membranes and contribute to increase of collagen in tissues, both of which support healthy cell growth. Supports healthy immune function.
Vitamin E - Vitamin E is a well-known antioxidant essential to the survival of cell membranes. Important for healthy cells and immune response.
Cysteine - An essential, sulfur containing amino acid. It works synergistically with glutathione in the liver to remove harmful substances that can damage cells throughout the body. Supports healthy cell function and the immune system.
|1-20 lbs||1 tablet per day|
|21-40 lbs||2 tablets per day|
|41-90 lbs.||3 tablets per day|
|Over 90 lbs.||4 tablets per day|
Tablets may be crumbled and mixed with food to help with administration. The tablets can be divided and given in the morning and evening.
It is recommended that use is discontinued at least one (1) day before, during and one (1) day after chemotherapy or radiation therapy.
Do not use in pregnant animals.
- Not necessary to induce vomiting.
- Watch for side-effects, diarrhea and vomiting are possible. If these effects do occur, they should not last more than 24 hours.
- Stop usage for about a week.
- Induce vomiting if overdose has occurred within 12 hours.
- After 12 hours, not necessary to induce vomiting.
- Watch closely for next 24 hours for side effects; excessive drowsiness, tachycardia and hypertension are possible.
- Stop usage for about a week.
- Induce vomiting, ideally within an hour of ingestion
- Watch for side effects, including continued vomiting, ataxia, hypersalivation, tremors, seizures, and weakness. If these side effects are present, please call your veterinarian or local veterinary emergency clinic.
- Stop usage for one week
Induce vomiting by orally administering equal parts water and hydrogen peroxide. Use 1 teaspoon peroxide plus 1 tsp water for every 5 lbs of the pet's body weight, not exceeding 9 teaspoons (or 3 Tablespoons).
In about 2% of dogs, gastrointestinal distress has been associated with glucosamine supplementation. Prosamine and ProMotion contain glucosamine. In these dogs, Proanthozone is a good alternative.
There have been reports of hyperactivity associated with ProNeurozone use, which is a rare but documented effect of choline supplementation in some pets.