VetriScience Laboratories, Vetri Disc, 180 Capsule
UPC Code: 026664158017
Vetri Disc combines bovine tracheal cartilage with amino acids, mineral sulfates, vitamins, pepsin, and horsetail rush (Equisetum arvense) to support back health and the spine’s connective tissues. Bovine tracheal cartilage is a rich source of chondroitin sulfates which comprise the connective tissue matrix and are found in an especially high concentration in the spinal and invertebrate disc tissues. Taurine and horsetail rush are necessary for the synthesis of connective tissue while minerals like calcium and magnesium support bone growth and maintenance. Zinc is necessary for tissue respiration and plays a key role in the body’s healing process. Amino acids such as serine link the glycosaminoglycan structure to connective tissue proteins, and vitamins C and D support collagen production and calcium absorption.
Under 15 lbs: 1 capsule daily
16 - 35 lbs: 2 capsules daily
36 - 80 lbs: 3 capsules daily
Over 80 lbs: 4 capsules daily
If giving more than one capsule daily, divide between AM and PM.
About VetriScience Laboratories
For over 40 years, VetriScience has led the way in developing innovative supplement therapies to improve the lives of companion animals. They are committed to using extensively researched, pure ingredients to produce safe and highly effective products that make the lives of pets better. Their product catalog includes GlycoFlex and an extensive line of original formulas made by vets, for vets and manufactured in the USA. All their products are backed by a 100% Satisfaction Guarantee.
Do not use if pregnant or nursing. Keep out of reach of children. Please consult your health care provider if currently under care or treatment. Do not exceed recommended serving. See product packaging for additional safety information.
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