Coenzyme Q10 is a supplement that
supports the immune system, cardiovascular functions, and periodontal health, in
dogs and cats of all breeds. Coenzyme Q10 increases the energy and
exercise tolerance in older animals; giving them renewed health and vigor!
Coenzyme Q10 is a fat-soluble nutrient,
also known as ubiquinone, that is produced naturally in mammals. It is
recognized by veterinarians for its preventive and therapeutic effects. As
a cofactor, it is essential in the production of ATP.
Coenzyme Q10 seems to control the flow
of oxygen within individual cells, and it increases cellular energy
production. The role of this vital nutrient in cellular respiration may
help reduce low-oxygen states in the heart, thus protecting it from
damage. The heart contains the highest concentration of Coenzyme Q10
because of its high energy demands. If sufficient levels of Coenzyme Q10
are not maintained, then the heart can weaken and be susceptible to malfunction
resulting in insufficient blood circulation. This is especially critical
in older animals since Coenzyme Q10 production drops off significantly with age.
A deficiency of Coenzyme Q10 in gum
tissue cells can lead to periodontal dysfunction and may lead to pain, tooth
loss, and malnutrition due to an inability to chew properly. Regular
supplementation with Coenzyme Q10 provides nutritional support to keep gum
The Immune System
Coenzyme Q10 production slows as as
animal ages. By supplementing with Coenzyme Q10, the age-related decline
of Coenzyme Q10 is corrected. Coenzyme Q10 also functions as an antioxidant
and free-radical scavenger (similar to Vitamin E) to support immune system
As a dietary supplement, give 1 capsule
per 10 lbs of body weight. If feeding is more than 1 capsule, divide
between AM and PM.
Maltodextrin, Cellulose, Gelatin,
Coenzyme Q10, Vegetable Stearate, Silicon Dioxide.