HERBSMITH TAURINE BOOST 75gm
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2127 South Route 157
Edwardsville, IL 62025
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Every dog deserves years of rigorous tug of war and lively games of fetch and every cat, a feather to pounce and stuffed mouse to stalk. To keep your four-legged friend moving (or napping the day away) and feeling their best as they age, he needs an amino acid called taurine. This superstar builds protein for heart muscle strength, maintains appropriate hydration and electrolyte balance in your cells, forms bile to help digestion, and regulates oxidative stress along with the immune system (whew!).
Because taurine benefits brain, heart, and eye function, it is especially helpful for aging dogs and breeds prone to cardiac stress. Emerging research indicates the vitality of taurine in a dog’s diet, however, most dog foods don’t have enough meat-based whole food proteins to provide the proper amount of taurine. With that in mind, Dr. Chris Bessent formulated a new supplement for heart health.
“Taurine Boost helps keep your dog’s heart energized and pumping strong for years to come.” – Dr. Bessent
Taurine Boost is a proprietary blend of amino acids, nutrients and antioxidants. Each ingredient in this veterinarian-developed formula works to keep your pets’ tail happily wagging.
75 gm powder
Active Ingredients: L-Carnitine (424mg), Taurine (212mg), EPA (110mg), DHA (61mg), Coenzyme Q10 (24mg)
Proprietary blend of ground krill, flaxseed, L-Carnitine, taurine, and coenzyme Q10.
*per tsp (2.3 g)
Dosage for Dogs:
< 20 lbs: ¾ tsp twice a day
21 – 40 lbs: 1 ½ tsp twice a day
41 – 80 lbs: 3 tsp twice a day
81 – 120 lbs: 4 ¼ tsp twice a day
> 120 lbs: 5 tsp twice a day
Dosage for Cats:
½ tsp twice a day
Safe use in pregnant animals or animals intended for breeding has not been proven. An examination from a veterinarian is recommended prior to using any supplement. Not for use within 48 hours of surgery or anesthesia.