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  • PROVET HEALTHCARE INFORMATION - Hypokalaemia in Cats
    or she can correctly advise on the diagnosis and recommend the treatment that is most appropriate for your pet Hypokalaemia is a common laboratory finding in cats but interpretation can be difficult Low blood potassium concentrations leads to muscular weakness and the classical presenting sign of ventroflexion of the neck One of the most common causes of hypokalaemia is renal disease and excessive urinary losses however there are a number

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  • Online loan quote for veterinarians
    market conditions Full written quotations are available on request The use of this calculator does not guarantee acceptance by our underwriters and cannot be construed to be an offer by ourselves This service is only available to residents within the United Kingdom Facilities are provided by Elite Corporate Solutions who are a licenced credit broker Licence number 498198 Land Rover Discovery TD5 Pursuit 299 99 p m Mercedes C180K Classic SE Saloon AUTOMATIC 309 99 p m Fill out the online request form or email provet ecsgroup co uk IMPORTANT NOTICE All Financial Services and related products are provided by Elite Corporate Solutions in association with Provet Limited All non FSA regulated business is advised upon and transacted by Elite Corporate Solutions which is a member of the National Association of Commercial Finance Brokers and is accredited by the Office of Fair Trading CCA Licence Number 498198 All FSA regulated business is advised upon and transacted by THINC Financial Consultancy a trading style of THINC Financial Planning Ltd which is authorised and regulated by the FSA No 154939 All loans are subject to formal credit approval and all quotations provided are subject to movements in the cost of funds Dependant

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  • Request further information about Provet's Financial Services
    are provided by Elite Corporate Solutions in association with Provet Limited All non FSA regulated business is advised upon and transacted by Elite Corporate Solutions which is a member of the National Association of Commercial Finance Brokers and is accredited by the Office of Fair Trading CCA Licence Number 498198 All FSA regulated business is advised upon and transacted by THINC Financial Consultancy a trading style of THINC Financial Planning

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  • PROVET NUTRITION L-Carnitine Pro-Carn
    methionine Vitamins Niacin Vitamin B 6 Vitamin C Minerals Iron One of its main roles in the body is to facilitate the movement of long chain fatty acids across the inner membranes of mitochondria for beta oxidation to produce the high energy compound adenosine triphosphate ATP It is also responsible for the removal of short chain fatty acids from mitochondria to maintain coenzyme A concentrations In the body the highest concentrations of carnitine are found in skeletal and cardiac muscle It was formerly called Vitamin BT PRO CARN Product Presentation Sprinkle capsule soluble powder 250mg L Carnitine as L Carnitine fumarate or tartrate Cats toy dogs One to two capsules once daily Dogs per 10 kg body weight Two to four capsules three times daily Uses for Carnitine Supplements Dietary L carnitine supplementation is recommended as a nutritional aid in the maintenance of normal cardiac muscle and skeletal muscle performance Recommended Feeding Rates The minimum daily dietary requirement of L carnitine for dogs and cats is not known 1 2 Cats Other feeding recommendations A feeding rate of 250 500 mg per cat per day is recommended Dogs Other feeding recommendations For dogs feeding 50 100 mg L carnitine kg

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  • PROVET NUTRITION Omega-6 (n-6) Fatty Acids Evening Primrose Oil
    all these functions Fat also supplies 2 25 times as much metabolisable energy ME per gram as either proteins or carbohydrates and they are important as a vehicle for carrying essential fat soluble vitamins 1 2 3 Recommended Feeding Rates Cats Cats have poor delta 5 and delta 6 desaturase activity and as a result they have a nutritional requirement for both of the n 6 polyunsaturated fatty acids linoleic acid and arachidonic acid 2 It is recommended that cat foods contain 5g lineolate and 0 2g arachidonic acid kg diet 2 In addition g linolenic acid is a biologically important n 6 fatty acid as it improves physical condition when fed to cats on a fatty acid deficient ration 2 4 5 6 PRO EPO supplement Cats 1 capsule 22 5mg cat day Dogs Omega 6 n 6 polyunsaturated fatty acids are essential components of a canine diet 1 however the absolute minimum amount required has not been established It is recommended that dog food contains at least 5 fat on a dry matter basis For growth the minimum requirement recommended for n6 fatty acids is 540mg n6 fatty acids kg body weight day 1 For maintenance in dogs the minimum requirement recommended is 200mg n6 fatty acids kg body weight day 1 For racing and working dogs supplementation with 50mg EFAs kg has been recommended and the n 6 n 3 ratio should be 5 6 1 7 8 9 10 PRO EPO supplement Dogs 1 capsule 45mg 10kg body weight day Contraindications Warnings etc Nutritional supplement for animal use only Keep out of the reach of children Use as directed by your veterinarian Over supplementation should be avoided Precautions Store in a cool dry place Legal Category Nutritional Supplement Package Sizes Bottles of 90 x 45mg g

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  • PROVET NUTRITION Glucosamine and Chondroitin (Pro-Flex)
    used for nutritional supplementation include cartilage from cattle sharks and rays green lipped muscles and seaweed 3 PRO FLEX Product Presentation Provet s glucosamine and chondroitin combination Pro flex consists of sprinkle capsules or powder containing PRO FLEX REGULAR Glucosamine sulphate 2 KCl 250mg and Chondroitin sulphate 90 200mg PRO FLEX SUPER Glucosamine sulphate 2 KCl 500g and Chondroitin sulphate 90 400mg Uses for Glucosamine and Chondroitin Supplements Glucosamine and Chondroitin supplementation is recommended as a nutritional aid in the maintenance of normal joint structure and function Oral supplementation with both glucosamine hydrochloride and chondroitin sulphate has been shown to be bioavailable when given orally and there is significant accumulation of chondroitin sulphate following multiple administrations 5 Recommended Feeding Rates Cats Minimum Requirement As far as is known there is no minimum dietary requirement for glucosamine or chondroitin in cats However in their natural environment as wild carnivorous species it would be usual for them to ingest these substances as part of their food intake 1 2 3 Recommended feeding rate fo r PR O FL E X for Cats PRO FLEX REGULAR 1 capsule 5kg body weight day Dogs Minimum requirement As far as is known there is no minimum dietary requirement for glucosamine or chondroitin in dogs However in their natural environment as wild carnivorous species it would be usual for them to ingest these substances as part of their food intake 1 2 3 Recommended feeding rate fo r PR O FL E X for Dogs PRO FLEX REGULAR 1 capsule 5kg body weight day PRO FLEX SUPER 1 capsule 10kg body weight day Some authors recommend feeding an initial loading dose at twice the maintenance feeding rate for 6 8 weeks Contraindications Warnings etc Nutritional supplement for animal use only Use as directed by your veterinarian

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  • PROVET NUTRITION Omega-3 ( n-3 ) Fatty Acids Promega-3
    and immunomodulatory actions 1 PROMEGA 3 Product Presentation Eicosapentaenoic acid EPA and Docosahexaenoic acid DHA in Marine Fish Oil Capsules contain 30 omega 3 18EPA 12DHA on Typical Analysis a 500mg capsules each containing 90mg EPA and 60mg DHA for cats and toy dogs One to two capsules daily b 1000mg capsules each containing 180mg EPA and 120mg DHA for dogs One to two capsules daily per 10K body weight Uses for Omega 3 Fatty Acid Supplements Omega 3 n 3 polyunsaturated fatty acids are thought 1 to have an important role in Promoting growth Function of the nervous system Blood clotting Prostaglandin production Omega 3 fatty acid supplementation is indicated as a nutritional aid in the maintenance of normal body processes in which these fatty acids are involved in the body particularly for maintaining normal inflammatory responses and brain structure and function Recommended Feeding Rates Cats Minimum Requirement It is not known whether cats have a dietary requirement for Omega 3 n 3 polyunsaturated fatty acids Dogs Minimum requirement It is not known whether dogs have a minimum daily dietary requirement for Omega 3 n 3 polyunsaturated fatty acids F eeding recommendations for P ROMEGA 3 500mg capsules each containing 90mg EPA and 60mg DHA for cats and toy dogs One to two capsules daily 1000mg capsules each containing 180mg EPA and 120mg DHA for dogs One to two capsules daily per 10K body weight For racing and working dogs supplementation with 50mg EFAs kg has been recommended and the n 6 n 3 ratio should be 5 6 1 6 Contraindications Warnings etc For animal use only Keep out of the reach of children Use as directed by your veterinarian Over supplementation should be avoided There have been no reports of serious side effects following the administration of

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  • PROVET NUTRITION Taurine (Pro-Taur)
    times daily Uses for Taurine Supplements Taurine supplementation is recommended as a nutritional aid in the maintenance of normal Bile salt function Cardiac function Foetal development Immune function Membrane excitability Neurological function Platelet function Retinal function Reproductive function Skeletal growth in cats and dogs Recommended Feeding Rates Cats Minimum Requirement 400mg taurine kg diet for growth 2 500 mg taurine kg diet for reproduction 2 Increased now to 1000mg taurine kg diet dry foods 5 2000mg taurine kg diet wet foods 5 2500mg taurine kg diet wet foods 4 In normal cats intake should be 50mg taurine day 3 Feeding recommendation for PRO TAUR for Cats One to two 250mg tablet twice daily Dogs Minimum requirement Taurine is not regarded as being an essential dietary constituent in the dog 1 because sufficient can be synthesisedin the body although Taurine deficient diets are known to cause cholelithiasis 11 Feeding recommendation for PRo TAUR for Dogs One to two 500mg tablet three times daily Contraindications Warnings etc Nutritional supplement for animal use only Keep out of the reach of children Use as directed by your veterinarian No long term side effects have been reported with Taurine supplementation 13 No drug interactions have been reported with Taurine 13 Precautions Store in a cool dry place Legal Category Nutritional supplement Package Sizes Multi Route tablets in 250mg and 500mg sizes Bottles containing 100 tablets Scientific References 1 Nutrient Requirements of Dogs NRC 1985 National Research Council Washington DC Academic Press 2 Nutrient Requirements of Cats 1986 National Research Council Washington DC Academic Press p13 15 3 Hand M et al 2000 Small Animal Clinical Nutrition 4 Morris Associates Topeka Kansas 4 Bellhorn et al 1974 Feline central retinal degeneration Investigative Ophthalmology 13 608 5 Huxtable RJ 1992 Physiological actions of taurine Physiological Reviews 72

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