As the life expectancy of our pets increases, typical signs of old age appear more and more frequently: their metabolic performance and circulatory functions decline, their temperament changes and they are more often tired and listless. Senile dementia with partially altered sleeping habits and increasing disorientation can put a strain on living together. Many of these aging processes are caused by blood vessels becoming less elastic, decreased blood flow caused by a decrease of erythrocytes and other age-related changes in the cardiovascular system. That's when InuCardin is the ideal dietary supplement, offering the necessary support to the cardiovascular system. InuCardin in powder form is easy to mix with your pet's food, making it perfect for dogs that refuse tablets. It contains no added flavorings, is suitable for animals suffering from allergies and can be given over a long period of time.
Ginkgo increases the blood flow and supports brain metabolism, making it commonly used in treating a wide variety of age-related ailments in humans and animals alike.
The ingredients of green tea is considered to have a protective effect on the cardiovascular system.
Hawthorn tincture supports the heart's energy metabolism, including both flavonoids and procyanidins. Flavonoids are known to support cardiac metabolism, while procyanidins are known to influence the coronary flow. The extract has a positively inotropic effect.
Taurine helps keep the heart healthy and prevents heart problems that are caused by taurine deficiency.
L-arginine is an amino acid that acts as a vasodilator for blood vessels, thereby lowering blood pressure.
L-carnitine is an amino acid compound that supports the cardiac muscle's energy use and efficiency.
Talk to your veterinarian. A veterinarian can make a well-founded medical diagnosis and then recommend a precise and effective product.