Mirra-Coat Liquid (Canada)This page contains information on Mirra-Coat Liquid for veterinary use.
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Mirra-coat LiquidThis treatment applies to the following species:
NUTRITIONAL SUPPLEMENT FOR SKIN & COAT
For dogs and other pets.
With Zinc And Biotin
For A Shiny, Lustrous Coat
Break Seal Under Cap Before Use
Directions For Feeding - Shake Well.
Add to food daily (1ml = 0.91g). Use one teaspoon (5ml) for each 20 pounds (9kg) of body weight. Use 1/2 the recommended level for wirehaired breeds. For other pets use 1/8 teaspoon per pound body weight. For birds, use 3-4 drops each. Use double the recommended level for young, pregnant or nursing pets. You should see an improvement in coat condition in two weeks. Consult your veterinarian if conditions persist.
Linoleic Acid, min
Vitamin A, min
Vitamin B6, min
Vitamin E, min
*Not recognized as an essential nutrient by the AAFCO Dog Food Nutrient Profiles
IngredientsSoybean oil, sunflower oil, water, mixed tocopherols (preservatives), natural and artificial flavors, zinc chloride, vitamin E supplement, potassium citrate, vitamin A supplement, pyridoxine hydrochloride, potassium sorbate, biotin, xanthan gum, guar gum.
Not for human consumption.
Note: Because this product contains natural oils and preservatives it is best stored in a cool place to preserve freshness and used in a timely manner.
©2009 PetAg, Inc., Hampshire, IL 60140
Made in U.S.A.
8 FL. OZ. (236 ML) (12 per case)
888, 0802 888B
16 FL. OZ. (472 ML) (12 per case)
889, 0909 889B
255 KEYES AVENUE, HAMPSHIRE, IL, 60140
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