Ocu-GLO™ Soft Chew for Dogs and Cats is a blend of 12 different antioxidants that complement traditional therapy, and are formulated to protect vital cells in the eye at the DNA and protein levels from oxidative damage.
This pack contains approximately 60 soft chews per pot.
This formula includes Grapeseed Extract, Lutein and Omega-3 Fatty Acids. It also includes Astaxanthin for enhanced antioxidant support! It is safe for perioperative use in dogs and cats and have a two year shelf life from date of manufacture.
Our feline friends have always been extremely hard to pill. Ocu-GLO™ Soft Chews are designed for mature cats weighing at least 5 lbs (2.2 kgs). It is very easy to give your kitty the vision supplement they need! Our new formula is flavorful, palatable, and will go down easily the first time.
|10 lbs / 4.5kg or less||1 Chew|
|11-30 lbs / 4.5kg to 14kg||2 Chews|
|31-60 lbs / 14kg to 28kg||4 Chews|
|61 lbs+ / 45kg+||4 Chews+|
|Mature Cats||Daily Use|
|5-10 lbs / 2.25kg to 4.5kg||Half Chew|
|11-20 lbs / 4.5kg to 9kg||1 Chew|
|21 lbs+ / 9kg+||1 Chew+|
|Supplement Ingredients||Amount per Soft Chew|
|GLO Proprietary Blend (Grape Seed Extract 95%, Lutein 20%, Omega-3 55%)||175.5 mg|
|Vitamin C (as Ascorbic Acid)||50 mg|
|Vitamin E (as d-Alpha Tocopheryl)||25 IU|
|Vitamin B-1 (as Thiamine HCI)||0.1 mg|
|Vitamin B-3 (as Niacin)||1.2 mg|
|Vitamin B-6 (as Pyridoxine HCI)||0.1 mg|
|Folate (as Folic Acid)||20 mcg|
|Vitamin B-12 (as Cyanocobalamin)||2.5 mcg|
|Pantothenic Acid (as d-Calcium Pantothenate)||1 mg|
|Zinc (as Zinc Oxide)||3 mg|
|Alpha Lipoic Acid||13 mg|
|Green Tea Extract 40% ECGC||20 mg|
|Inactive Ingredients: Arabic gum, brewer’s yeast, citrus pectin, fish oil, glycerin, imitation chicken flavor, mixed tocopherols, oat flour, oat meal, propionic acid, sorbic acid, sunflower lecithin, water.|
My collie Paddy will be 13 years old on 17th April, so thank you so much for helping his sight to be good for so long. He is still able to see quite well, but no cataracts which has surprised our vet. He was diagnosed with suspected early generalised progressive retinal atrophy in December 2013, and the vet suggested Ocuglo as a treatment which he has been taking it since then.