Dr. Mercola, Healthy Pets, Ubiquinol for Pets, 1.84 fl oz (54 ml)
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- Healthy Pets
- Enhanced Bioactivity CoQ10
- Dietary Supplement for Cats & Dogs
- In an Airless Pump to Ensure Freshness
Use 1 pump per 10 lbs of body weight on your pet's food. Upon using for the first time, airless pump may need to be primed many times before liquid dispenses. Prime bottle over a sink or covered surface.
Medium chain triglycerides, silica, and natural tocopherols.
Keep out of reach of children.
For optimal storage conditions, store in a cool, dry place. (59°-77°F/15°-25°C) (35-65% relative humidity)
Tamper resistant package, do not use if outer seal is missing.
|Serving Size: 1 pump (10 mg) per 10 lbs of weight|
|Servings Per Container: Approximately 317|
|Amount Per Serving||%DV|
|Ubiquinol (Kaneka-QH, reduced form of CoQ10)||10 mg||*|
|*Daily Value not established.|
CoQ10 for dogs
CoQ10 for dogs
Our three older dogs -- two Silkies 13yrs & 1 Sheltie 12yrs -- have really 'perked' up after starting this product. Their vet commented that their yearly physical was better than the year before. Just an overall improvement in energy which is what CoQ10 aids in ATP -- energy at the cell level.
Dislike the Pump
Posted by 5557565585815858861 on May 30, 2016
After using only a few times, the oil can't be pumped out and I need to use a toothpick to scoop out. I don't even know if I am feeding the right amount. Useless to create airless pump when can't even pump anything out!
Ubiquinol for congestive heart failure
Posted by LILYXXX on Jul 23, 2015
Have 13 year old cat with enlarged heart and fluid build up in lungs ( congestive heart failure) as diagnosed by xray. Vet prescribed diuretics and suggested putting cat on ace inhibitors. I preferred to find a more natural alternative and did my research and found mercolas ubiquinol. ( cat is on the diuretics to get rid of fluid in lungs though) I started giving ubiquinol 50 mg= 5 pumps a day ( 2 pumps in morning, 1 at dinner time and 2 pumps before bed in late evening) The turn around in the cat was amazing , vet was very impressed , the heart rate went down from 180 to 100! Had noted the cat was very cold all the time before starting on the ubiquinol, now she is warm again. I cannot stress how wonderful this has been, a real life saver. Cat was a bit fussy with food and I had to be sure she got the ubiquinol , so I started, pumping it into the palm of my hand, she now just licks it off my hand and gets all excited when she sees the bottle! holisticanimalmedicines do a heart trio , which I have also started her on.
Posted by Reviewer2854041 on Sep 03, 2014
My dogs take this supplement no problem. Just squirt on food.
Posted by 5746274261181409654 on Jan 20, 2014
Would buy again.
Keeps my elderly pug going!
Posted by Reviewer2716886 on Oct 11, 2013
My thirteen-year-old pug has an enlarged heart and congestive heart failure. I've noticed no deterioration, at least, in the six months since she's been taking this. I take ubiquinol myself!