1 ml of the drug contains active substances: Vitamin A – 15,000 IU; vitamin D3 – 1000 IU; vitamin E – 20 mg; vitamin B1 – 10 mg; Vitamin B2 – 6.85 mg; vitamin B6 – 3 mg; vitamin B12 – 0.05 mg; nicotinamide – 35 mg; panthenol – 25 mg;
Prevention and treatment of avitaminosis, hypovitaminosis, metabolic disorders, rickets, osteomalacia, xerophthalmia, stress conditions caused by parasitic or infectious diseases, vaccination, transportation, changes in the diet of feeding; to increase immunity; stimulation of growth and development of the young and reproductive function of the breeding stock.
The word “vitamin” comes from the Latin vita – life. Thiamine (vitamin B1) was discovered first. As a result, other substances, combined on the basis of absolute necessity as an integral part of food, were called vitamins.
Vitamins are divided into two groups: fat-soluble and water-soluble. When consumed in excess, fat-soluble vitamins accumulate in the body and can become toxic, while excess water-soluble vitamins are simply excreted in the urine.
Vitamins enter the body as part of food, and can also be added to dog food in the form of special additives. During the preparation and subsequent storage of feed, it should be borne in mind that vitamins are easily destroyed under the influence of light, heat
Vitamins are essential for normal metabolism and provide everything a dog’s organs need to function properly, including bones and teeth. Proper nutrition and care of your dog’s teeth helps keep them healthy and strong throughout its life.