Dermicare DermiLax (Canada)

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Dermicare Dermilax

This treatment applies to the following species:
Manufacturer: Aventix

An aid in the control of Hairballs - Shedding - Dry Coat & Skin

Active Ingredients Per 1/2 Teaspoon (2.46 Ml)

Omega 6 Fatty Acids

960 mg

Omega 3 Fatty Acids

183 mg

Soy Lecithin

87.5 mg

DL-Methionine

3.35 mg

Cranberry Powder

0.83 mg

Zinc (Zinc Proteinate)

0.416 mg

Psyllium

0.66 mg

Biotin

26 mcg

Inactive Ingredients

vegetable oil, natural chicken liver digest, glucose, corn starch, maltodextrans, silicon dioxide, glycerine, guar gum, sucrose, glycine HCl.

DermiLax is designed for cats post weaning and works to reduce the likelihood of hairball formation while promoting healthy skin and coat. DermiLax is a blend of Omega 3 & 6 fatty acids, soluble fiber, vitamins and minerals presented in a highly palatable and easy to administer liquid.

Directions

Shake well before use.

Maintenance Dose

1/2 tsp. daily.

Hairballs/shedding

1 tsp. daily.

Frequent Hairballs/excessive Shedding

1 tbsp. twice daily.

Warnings

Keep out of reach of children. If condition worsens or does not improve, discontinue use and consult your veterinarian.

NET WT. 118 ml

SERVINGS 48

Veterinary Use Only

Manufactured for AVENTIX

www.aventix.ca

Nac No.

13010180
AVENTIX ANIMAL HEALTH CORP.
4350 MAINWAY, BURLINGTON, ON, L7L 5R7
Telephone:   905-332-4744
Toll-Free:   877-909-2242
Fax:   905-332-4844
Website:   www.aventix.ca
Email:   aventix@aventix.ca
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