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Futtermedicus - supplement feed for dogs
Vitamin Optimix Oxalat & Cystin – supply of minerals and vitamins to compensate for nutritional imbalances in dogs with urinary crystals
Dogs with urinary crystals need a suitable supplement feed to a homemade cooked or partly raw diet in order to balance nutritional imbalances. The supplement feed for dogs - Vitamin Optimix Oxalat & Cystin - provides minerals and vitamins for dogs in the right ratio and has a need-oriented low calcium and vitamin D content. The contained potassium citrate caters for a urinary pH-level in a slightly basic range. This makes partly raw feeding or cooking for dogs with urinary crystals possible.
Futtermedicus supplement feed Vitamin Optimix Oxalat & Cystin
- mineral feed for dogs (full-grown)
- to compensate for nutritional imbalances in dogs with urinary crystals
- developed by Futtermedicus veterinarians
- with potassium citrate for a slightly basic urinary pH
- vitamin and mineral mixture that is ideally used for cooking and partly raw food
- with an appropriate reduced amount of calcium and vitamin D
- with low protein and thus low-cystine feed plans
- appropriate for grown dogs
- Booklet with tips on appropriate feed and recipes for cooking and partly raw food for dogs of different weight classes
Vitamin Optimix Oxalat & Cystin
Futtermedicus Vitamin Optimix Oxalat & Cystin neutralizes respectively alkalizes the urine. There is a low and only needs-oriented amount of calcium and vitamin D in the supplement feed. At the same time Vitamin Optimix Oxalat & Cystin provides your dog with necessary nutrients for self-cooked and partly raw food. Especially with the vitamins and minerals that are usually insufficient in the usual self-prepared feed! Vitamin Optimix Oxalat & Cystin is easy to use because of its fine powder and its taste and smell is very well accepted by dogs.
You need help with putting together a cooked or partly raw feeding plan? Our team of experts specializing in pet nutrition will be happy to assist you in compiling a cooking or partly raw feed plan. Feel free to contact us! E-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Product inquiries are free of charge and nutritional counselling is chargeable after consultation.
|Feeding form:||for coking, for cooking|
|Special needs:||nutritional deficiency, urinary bladder|
|Special properties:||also for allergy sufferers|
More information in our Urinary Booklet.
Blue particles in the Vitamin Optimix
The small blue particles that can sometimes be found in the powder are the copper components of the mineral mixture. Copper is a trace element that is particularly important for the ligaments as well as for blood, enzyme and pigment formation. The copper sulfate we use is blue. Since the individual parts attract each other like magnets, larger conglomerates can also occur, which you can recognize.
There is no impairment of the product.