Description: Berte's Heart Pack includes Acetyl L-Carnitine, an amino acid that helps keep the heart strong, Taurine is an amino acid essential for heart health, while CoQ10 is an co-enzyme that is beneficial for cardiac diseases. The Omega-3 essential fatty acids in Berte's EPA Fish Oil support the heart, while Berte's Immune Blend offers antioxidants, enzymes and other amino acids for optimal health.
10 lb Dog - 1/16 teaspoon Acetyl Carnitine, 1/16th teaspoon Taurine, 1 Fish oil Capsule, 1 COQ10, 1/4 teaspoon Bertes Immune Blend
25 lb Dog - 1/8 teaspoon Acetyl Carnitine, 1/8th teaspoon Taurine, 2 Fish Oil Capsules, 1 COQ10, 1/2 teaspoon Bertes Immune Blend
50 lb Dog - 1/4 teaspoon Acetyl Carnitine, 1/4 teaspoon Taurine, 3 Fish oil capsules, 2 COQ10, 1/2 Bertes Immune Blend
75 lb Dog - 1/2 Teaspoon Acetyl Carnitine , 1/2 tea Taurine, 4 Fish oil capsules, 3 Coq10, 1 teaspoon Bertes Immune Blend
Ingredients: Pack includes:
Carlson Acetyl L-Carnitine Amino Acid Powder 3.53 oz (100gm)
Berte's EPA Fish Oil (200 count)
Carlson CoQ10 30mg (60 soft gels)
Carlson Taurine Powder Free Form Amino Acd 3.53 oz (100g)
Bertes Immune Blend (1 lb.)
Information: The heart consists of four chambers, which are responsible for sending blood that is low in oxygen to the lungs to receive more oxygen, then sending this oxygen-rich blood throughout the rest of the body. A series of valves in the heart prevent blood from flowing where it shouldn't. In dogs and cats, heart disease is usually seen as a problem with the valves of the heart, or in the heart muscle itself. Heart disease typically causes the heart to enlarge and subsequently lose efficiency. Fluid retention then begins to cause problems. Commercial pet food is often high in sodium and can contribute to the problem of fluid retention. We recommend feeding a fresh food diet that is naturally low in sodium, which can help reduce fluid build-up and make it easier for the heart to do its job.
Berte's Heart Pack (5 Items Per Pack)
- Shipping Weight: 3.26lbs
- 99 Units in Stock
- Manufactured by: Bertes