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Vetri-Cardio Canine Bite-Sized Chews - 60 ct - Vetri-Science

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Vetri-Cardio Canine is a heart health supplement for dogs that promotes better utilization of oxygen, reduces oxidative stress and supports healthy blood flow. Vetri-Cardio is helpful for dog breeds prone to cardiovascular disease as well as elderly dogs.
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Vetri-Cardio Canine Bite-Sized Chews for Dogs - Supports Cardiovascular Health
Vetri-Cardio Canine Chews support the heart muscle and circulation, reduce oxidative stress and promote optimal utilization of oxygen.   

Vetri-Cardio for dogs is formulated with ingredients that work synergistically to support the cardiovascular system. 
  • Carnitine transports fatty acids through the blood to the mitochondria where it's converted to ATP, an energy molecule.
  • Taurine is an amino acid that supports a regular heartbeat and has antioxidant properties to reduce oxidative stress.
  • Arginine is an amino acid that helps to increase coronary blood flow.
  • Coenzyme Q10 helps to increase cellular energy with the heart through the production of adenosine triphosphate (ATP).
  • Hawthorne is an herb that reduces oxidative stress and supports healthy coronary blood flow and oxygen flow.
Each bag contains 60 chews

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Our vet recommended this product for my Cavalier KC Spaniels. They are from 7-9 yrs old, 2 have heart murmurs, 1 without. I have been giving all 3 the Cardio Chews for about 3 months. I give each dog one chew per day as a treat. They love them. The only way I know if their heart health is improving is from their next exam with our vet. Their functioning is currently not decreased by the murmurs so I wouldn't see any change in their activities, unless they are getting worse.
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Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer)  from Endicott, NY. - 6/26/2014
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