AniFlax Supplement for Pets (200ml) | Devoted By Nature
We Are A Pet Flaxseed Oil Supplier
Cold Pressed Flaxseed Oil is a fabulous supplement for pets who need support for their joint health, skin health, digestive issues, heart conditions or allergies! As an Aniflax distributor, and a supplier of natural pet supplements, we know that this is a very popular brand of flaxseed oil among pet owners.
- Assists with pet joint maintenance and promotes a healthy digestive system
- Fabulous supplement for pet skin health and as a general health supplement
- Exceptional natural source of Omega 3 and 6 for both dogs and cats
- No harsh fillers, additives or preservatives
- Register your business for wholesale prices and let us be your trusted supplier of natural pet supplements
Ingredients: 100% Cold Pressed Flaxseed Oil
More Information From Your Flaxseed Oil Supplier
As a supplier of natural pet supplements and AniFlax Distributor, we always ensure to provide you with the most important information you need to help your customers! Once we become your Flaxseed Oil Supplier, and you sell it in your store, it's important to note that many of your customers may ask you questions about the product. This is why, as an AniFlax distributor, we are going to save you time by providing you with the answers your customers need.
Once you create an account with Natural Wholesalers, not only will you have easy access to important product information, you will also be able to save time by making use of our innovative online ordering system!
How To Use
The oil may be given once daily or divided into day and night. Add to food.
- Cats and small dogs: ½ - 1 teaspoon (2.5 – 5 ml)
- Medium dogs: One teaspoon daily. (5 ml)
- Large dogs: One to three teaspoons (5 – 15 ml)
Note: Safety during pregnancy and nursing has not yet been established. Keep this and all medicines out of reach of children.
This product has not been evaluated by the Medicines Control Council. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. Please consult your veterinarian if symptoms persist.