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Species affected: Cats, Dogs
Background: Can be primary, from an infected tooth, or secondary to systemic illness.
Symptoms: Inflammation and swelling of the gums and mouth.
Diagnostics: Should include testing for viral and bacterial infections, immune-mediated disease, trauma, anatomic causes or nutritional deficiencies. If detected, these conditions should be corrected.
Special Notes: Local can be corrected with dentistry, while deeper illnesses may require more involved treatment plans.
Principles for Supplementation: Treatment of the local conditions with modern dentistry can be augmented with the addition of nutraceuticals, vitamins, herbs and minerals.


Formulas: Dosage: Mechanism/Purpose:

Buffered C Powder12

Cats: 125 mg bid
Dogs: 10 mg/lb bid

Stimulates phagocytic effect of leukocytes, nitrate scavenger, aids in synthesis of collagen and carnitine.


Cats: 1 capsule sid
Dogs < 25 lb: 1 capsule sid

Present in mitochondria; essential factor in ATP production. Greatest need in metabolically active cells such as the heart, gingiva, immune system, lacrimal glands and gastric mucosa. Antioxidant and helps recycle vitamin E. Helps resolve periodontal disease.


Dogs: 1 capsule/25 lb sid

See above

CoQ-10 ST26

Cats and small dogs: 10-30 mg bid
Medium dogs: 30-60 mg bid
Large dogs: 60-90 mg bid

See above


Cats: ˝ capsule sid
Dogs: 1 capsule/25 lb sid

Optimizes immune functions.


1 tsp per meal

This product is designed to help control plaque formation and support gum health.          

Small Animal Antioxidant12

Cats: 1 capsule sid
Dogs: 2 capsules/25 lb sid


Supportive Care12

Cats: 1 capsule bid
Dogs: 1 capsule/25 lb bid


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