VT Phak - Syrup for cataracts in older dogs

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VT Phak syrup is a dietary supplement that provides the nutritional elements required to metabolise crystalline aggregates (the part of the eye that becomes opaque when your dog develops cataracts).

 

- 50 ml bottle -

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VT Phak - Syrup for cataracts in older dogs

VT Phak - Syrup for cataracts in older dogs

VT Phak syrup is a dietary supplement that provides the nutritional elements required to metabolise crystalline aggregates (the part of the eye that becomes opaque when your dog develops cataracts).

 

- 50 ml bottle -

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VT Phak comes as an ingestible syrup and includes the amino acids and nutrients needed to help metabolise crystalline aggregates and inhibit eye degeneration. The lens substance tends to become opaque in older dogs, forming cataracts; this syrup was developed specifically for older dogs. This opacity means that light passes through with greater difficulty, thereby reducing your dog's vision.

 

VT Phak syrup for older dogs - instructions for use:

VT Phak syrup is to be ingested orally.

The recommended dosage is as follows:

  • Dogs under 10 kg: 1 ml daily
  • Dogs over 10 kg: 1.5 ml daily

VT Phak is not to be considered a quick fix: it is best used over the long term.

You can administer the syrup to your dog directly, or mix it with your dog's food.

 

VT Phak syrup for older dogs - ingredients:

Fructooligosaccharides, glycerin, calcium gluconate.

Guaranteed analysis:

Crude protein

6.5 %

Crude ash

1.6 %

Crude cellulose

< 0.6 %

Crude fat

< 0.4 %

Moisture

46.2 %

 

List of additives:

Additives per kg:

Monosodium glutamate

62,406 mg

Glycine

61,472 mg

Benzyl alcohol

13,850 mg

 

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VT Phak - Syrup for cataracts in older dogs

VT Phak - Syrup for cataracts in older dogs

VT Phak syrup is a dietary supplement that provides the nutritional elements required to metabolise crystalline aggregates (the part of the eye that becomes opaque when your dog develops cataracts).

 

- 50 ml bottle -

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