Diamonds are made under pressure. We were surprised and disappointed when we got the news that Q10 (also called ubiquinone) will become suspended in animal feeds and supplements in the EU. Two of our oil supplements contained it. Q10 can still be used in human supplements, but since the raw material manufacturers have not applied for the extension of its use in animal products, the EU took it off the list. Only a tiny amount of Q10 has been purchased for manufacturing animal nutritional products, and the authorization processes are expensive.
“Kati and 13 working-line chihuahuas,” introduces Kati Koskinen herself with a smile. She is a long-time Finnish agility athlete. If someone has ever imagined that a chihuahua cannot be trained, he or she has totally misunderstood the breed. Six of Kati’s dogs compete or have competed in agility’s highest, 3rd class. The remaining seven are […]
Instead of the previous three active ingredients, the product now contains four essential nutrients. Two potent antioxidants replaced astaxanthin. The mechanism of action remains the same. The dog recovers faster and can perform from one exercise to the next with more ease. Beta-carotene is a powerful antioxidant and a similar molecule to astaxanthin. It is […]
Do you find the facts about oils and fatty acids confusing? Not sure which ones benefit your dogs the most? It may help to think of them as vitamin-like nutrients in the sense that, like vitamins, there are many different fatty acids with many different biological roles. Nutrolin® oil supplements were developed by Professor Mikko […]
For years, my Shetland Sheepdog Senna suffered from cracked front paw pads. The paw pads always started to crack in early summer. For many summers I worried whether we would be able to participate in the Finnish Agility Championships that were held in early summer. Her paw pads always cracked just before the competition, but […]