complementary feed for dogs and cats – with Marrubium vulgare for improvement of the reproduction of dogs and cats females
Analytical values: crude fiber %, crude ash %, crude protein %, crude oils and fats %
Composition: Composition: brewer’s yeast, cellulose powder, calcium carbonate, Marrubium vulgare 300 000 mg/kg, omega 3 fatty acids 2.000 mg/kg,
Additives (per kg):
Nutritional: Vitamins: A 3a672a 700,000 IU, D3 3a671 40,000 IU, E 3a700 (alfa tocoferil acetate) 6,000 mg, C 400 mg, Folic acid ( B9) 400 mg, B2 300 mg,B6 150 mg, K3 100 mg, B1 100 mg , B12 40 mcg.
Trace elements:zinc (zinc sulphate monohydrate) E6 2,1 500 mg, Iron (ferrous chelate of aminoacids hydrate) E1 1000 mg,manganese (manganese sulphate monohydrate) E5 700 mg, zink (zinc chelate of aminoacids hydrate) E6 700 mg,copper (copper chelate of aminoacids hydrate) E4 200 mg, , iodine (calcium iodat, anhydrous) E2 50 mg, selenium (selenomethionine) 3b813 15mg, selenium (sodium selenite) E8 10 mg.
Instruction for use: give 1 tablet up to 10 kg body weight per day.
Maximum daily dosage: 2 tablets up to 10 kg body weight per day
RECOMMENDATIONS ON THE USE
- Reprovet female is used for up to 3 months in continuity, followed by a break.
- In females with a regular cycle, it starts 1.5 to 2 months before the expected cycle and is used up to half of the pregnancy, which is a total of 3 months.
- In females who have a longer break between cycles, supplementation begins 5-6 months after the previous cycle.
- It is important to give Reprovet female in the first month of pregnancy because its composition can help obtain a healthy and vital litter with a stronger immune system.
REPROVET female stimulates ovulation and maturation of egg cells, prevents from numerous complications avoiding conception, helps the placenta and fetusto grow and develop.
Marrubium vulgare positively influences a normal sexual cycle in females, regulates the functioning of the sexual glands and the production of sexual hormones. Normalization of secretion of sex hormones stabilizes functioning of the reproductive organs. Hormonal imbalance is indeed the most common cause of infertility.
Vitamin B 9, vitamin B 6 and vitamin B 12 prevent the most common complications in pregnant females such as miscarriage, placental detachment, premature birth, low birth weight, abnormalities of the brain and spinal cord. The daily requirements for vitamin B 9 during pregnancy are numerous and they are usually not met by the daily nutritition. Folic acid is responsible for many functions of the body, for the growth of embryo and fetal cells. It is important to note that most of the damage caused by vitamin B 9 deficiency occurs during the first few weeks of pregnancy. Therefore, pre-conception supplements are necessary.
Vitamin B 2 helps to produce the needed energy for the development of bones, muscles and the nervous system of the fetus. In case of a lack of this vitamin, puppies and kittens may be prone to anemia, poor growth, digestive disorders, and a weaker immune system.
Vitamin E improves the function of the sex organs, normalizes the secretion of estrogen and progesterone, contributes to the maturation of the egg cells. Vitamin E is one of the most potent antioxidants; it destroys noxious free radicals that can destroy genetic material. It has been proven that vitamin E can help to achieve greater thickness of the endometrium (inner layer of the uterus), which increases the chances of conception.
Vitamin A supports the development of bones and teeth in puppies and kittens, as well as the immune system. In vitro, the influence of Vitamin A is mostly related to strengthening of the mucous membrane of the reproductive tract, thereby increasing the resistance to infection and to the negative effect of microorganisms.
Vitamin D is well known as a basic component necessary for good calcium absorption, and it is especially important for the development of the fetal teeth and bones.
Vitamin C helps iron absorption and builds a healthy immune system in mothers and fetuses.
Zinc is important for the growth of the fetus, because it helps in cell division (the primary process in the growth of fetal tissues and organs).
Iron is necessary to develop and support of red blood cells, leading to blood volume increase in bitches and cat. It is difficult to absorb sufficient quantities of iron by the food to meet all the demands. In absence of sufficient quantity of iron, the fetus will take mother’s reserves of iron, often causing maternal anemia and exhaustion. Administration of iron supplements will ease this condition.
Omega 3 fatty acids are essential for the intrauterine development of the brain and nervous system. In fully mature bitches, these acids prevent inflammatory processes of the mucous membranes, having positive effects on synthesis of the hormones.