CO Enzyme Q10

CO Enzyme Q10 CO Enzyme Q10 CO Enzyme Q10
30mg Pack of 60 Tablets 30mg Pack of 60 Tablets 30mg Pack of 60 Tablets

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  • 30mg Pack of 60 Tablets £33.49

Description

CO Enzyme Q10 is a supplement primarily for use in humans but it can be used alongside your vet's advice for use in animals. Coenzyme Q 10 is a compound that is made naturally in the body. A few studies in animals have shown evidence that coenzyme Q-10 works to support the treatment of heart disease in dogs. Anecdotal evidence also suggests that the supplement can be effective in the treatment of some cancers and gum disease.

Please note you will need to seek veterinary advice with regards to the specific doseage of the product in animals.

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By on 26 June 2019

I add this to the food and my cats eat it without hesitating!

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Q & A

Below are some recent questions we've received regarding CO Enzyme Q10, including answers from our team.

22 October 2020 at 7:55pm

Dosage

Janet wood

What dosage fir a border collie who has muscle wastage and would this be helpful

  • VioVet Staff

Co Enzyme Q10 is a supplement that can help with heart or neurological disorders in dogs and cats. It is mainly used in people and there is only minimal data for it's use in dogs. I therefore recommend discussing it's use with your vet, it may be helpful but you should check it doesn't interfere with your vet's treatment plan. The doseage will also need to be determine by your vet themselves.

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