Frequently Asked Questions
PlaqueOff Animal FAQs
Iodine is important for thyroid function and is naturally present in seaweed, including the type used in ProDen PlaqueOff. There is no evidence to suggest that high levels of iodine actually causes hyperthyroidism, as the body has feedback mechanisms to cope with varying levels. Only very low or incredibly high levels would pose a problem, and PlaqueOff doesn’t fall into these categories. 1 scoop of ProDen PlaqueOff Animal contains 131.1 microgrammes of Iodine.
If your pet is known to suffer from hyperthyroidism then we suggest that you do not use ProDen PlaqueOff. If you are unsure then please contact your veterinary professional for further advice.
If you are having a problem, try hiding the PlaqueOff in a treat or splitting the amount over two meals in the day until your pet is used to it.
There is nothing in the contents of PlaqueOff, (which only contains granulated seaweed) that would be likely to cause unwanted reactions. It is currently being used with cats and dogs that have heart, liver, kidney, bowel and other disorders. However, if you have any concerns, please consult with your veterinary professional.
Syno-Vital Pet FAQs
Hyaluronan is used currently in Veterinary practice for treatment of articular disorders in horses, particularly those in competition or heavy work. It is indicated for carpal and fetlock joint dysfunctions. It is especially used for synovitis associated with equine osteoarthritis.
1.2 million Daltons.
on the product label. Select the ‘Daily Amount’ relative to the size of the dog or cat you are giving Syno-Vital Pet to.
used daily. If the dosage is interrupted or suspended, symptoms may return. Once the symptoms have cleared, Syno-Vital may be given every other day as part of a maintenance regime.