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Synoquin EFA Chewable Supplement Tablets for Small Breed Dogs - 90 Pack By Synoquin





Synoquin EFA joint supplement tablets for dogs is a nutritional supplement, and encourages the growth and maintenance of cartilage and healthy joint formation.

The Synoquin EFA (essential fatty acid) has added ingredient Dexahan (a highly purified form of Krill).

Synoquion EFA is the only joint supplement to contain the revolutionary krill oil based additive Dexahan this is more efficiently absorbed and therefore more effective than regular fish oils.
*The purest and most bioactive source of EFA's
* The most potent form of Omega 3 essential fatty acids
* Can reduce joint pain and stiffness in only 8 days
* Contains high levels of Astaxanthin - one of the most powerful antioxidants available.

Chondroprotective feed supplement for dogs weighing less than 10kg.  Synoquin Chewable Tablets contains Glucosamine, Chondriotin and Krill which helps maintain healthy joints.

Each Synoquin chewable tablet contains:
Glucosamine HCl 99%          225mg
Chondroitin Sulphate 95%     95mg
Krill                                         95mg
Ascorbic Acid                          22mg
Zinc                                       15mg

Feeding instructions
These highly palatable chewable tablets can be fed directly to your dog as a treat or broken and mixed in with their normal feed.  Do not lower suggested intake unless advised by your veterinary surgeon.  To ensure maximum benefit it is very important to complete the initial loading programme.

To ensure maximum benefit it is important to complete the intial loading programme.

Intial loading programme- six weeks:
< 10kg              2 tablets daily (1 morning, 1 evening)

Maintenance programme- long term:
All dogs respond differently to supplementation. However, in general after the intial loading programme the daily intake can usually be reduced to 1 tablet daily.

If required, increase intake by 1/2 a tablet every 4 weeks or contact your veterinary surgeon. Do not exceed the initial loading amount.

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