Osteo 3 Nutritional Supplement
OsteO-3 Nutritional Supplements
OsteO-3 is a nutritional supplement that is prescribed to dogs and cats who suffer from health conditions that affect their joints such as arthritis. As these animals age, they suffer from joint pain and stiffness as the cartilage between their bones gets worn out. And as they get older, their bodies start producing less fluid that cushions their joints. This then interferes with their ability to move around easily; hence, it is important for you to provide your dog and cat with supplements that will support healthy joints and prevent joint problems as they get older.
This supplement not only improves the health of the joints, but also increases their overall energy, mobility, and their strength as well.
OsteO-3 is available for purchase online at Canada Pharmacy.
The main ingredients present in these nutritional supplements include:
- MSM (Methyl Sulfonyl Methane)
- Creatine monohydrate
- Omega-3 fatty acids EPA and DHA
- Vitamin C
- Vitamin E
OsteO-3 nutritional supplement for dogs is available in the form of chewable tablets and granules; you can either add them to your dog’s meal or can give it alone. There is a recommended dosage that you must know for the initial period that is from 4 to 6 weeks. The dosage depends on your dog's weight.
- ¼ scoop of granules or a tablet for dogs weighing between 5 and 15 pounds
- ½ scoop of granules or a tablet for dogs weighing 15 to 30 pounds
- 1 scoop of granules or a tablet for dogs weighing 30 to 60 pounds
- 2 scoops of granules or a tablet for dogs weighing 60 to 100 pounds
- 2 ½ scoops of granules or a tablet for dogs whose weight exceeds a 100 pounds
There is also a recommended dosage for the maintenance period that you must follow. During this period, the dosage is reduced to half of that administered in the initial period.
Meanwhile, for cats, these OsteO-3 supplements are given in the form of a gel which must be taken orally only.
If your pet is hypersensitive or allergic to any of the ingredients present in the supplement, it may lead to other adverse reactions. If your dog or cat starts showing signs of any unusual symptoms, then make sure to consult your veterinarian.
This is because the vet might reduce the dosage or might prescribe you an alternative medication instead. Once the dosage is reduced, or alternative medicine is prescribed, you will then notice that the side effects will slowly start to disappear.
The side effects include:
- Insulin resistance
Other side effects not mentioned in this list may also be present.
Product Code: 10219
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