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With the help of the natural colorants from elderberry and the addition of seaweed and stinging nettle, elderberry dragees can effectively support the genetically existing pigmentation in dogs.
A nasal plane with clear pigmentation, black rims of the eyelids and dark lips are breed characteristics and form a decisive part of the entire facial expression of the dog. With the aid of natural colouring agents made from elderberry (Sambucus nigra L.), you can effectively support the genetically existing pigmentation. You can expect the dark colour to become clear after, at the latest, three months; if not, it can be assumed that there are no pigments in the relevant areas.
Seaweed and nettles have been added to the elderberry extract tablet. They are particularly suitable when feeding dry food and to ensure that the entire daily dose has been administered.
- Elderberry extract with seaweed and nettles
- optimize the pigmentation of the nasal plane, the rims of the eyelids and the lips
- easy to administer
- clean, reliable dosage
Elderberry, seaweed, nettles
Crude protein 5.6%, fat content 2.1%, crude fibre 2.7%, crude ash 20%, moisture 6.5%, calcium 0.54%, phosphorus 0.051%, sodium 0.29%, magnesium 0.33%
small dogs 1-2 tablets per day
medium to large dogs 2-4 tablets per day
Based on the manufacturer information | All information’s without guarantee.
Please pay attention to the directions for usage on the packaging!
Trust in the knowledge of the forces of nature were the impulse to develop the herbal mixture HOKAMIX30. The trust of the Grau family in these formulations as well as the knowledge of the importance of the healing powers of various plants was the cornerstone of the gray GmbH.
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