Welactin Canine is a dietary supplement for dogs intended for overall health and skin support.
WHAT THIS PRODUCT CURES
Welactin Canine contains salmon oil, a natural source of Omega-3 fatty acids. It is beneficial for the proper function of the heart, kidneys, musculoskeletal system, immune system, nervous system and skin integrity.
Dogs that are not fed properly suffer from various health issues. If its nutrition does not contain all the necessary nutrients, the dog's body starts to utilize its own building blocks. Almost every organ system is affected, and its function becomes gradually impaired. Similar processes occur in aging animals. The body functions gradually deteriorate as the result of complex aging processes. The dog’s hair coat becomes duller and loses it shine. The hairs are brittle and easily broken. The skin is scaly and dry, often itchy and irritated. Animals are fatigued and reluctant to exercise. They are often moody and depressed. Their appetite fluctuates, with periods of anorexia and progressive weight loss. Older dogs experience problems with the cardiovascular system. They suffer from arthritic changes on the joints, kidney issues and immune system impairment. Opportunistic bacterial and viral infections are frequent due to poor immunity.
Aging pets are often suffering from kidney, liver and heart disease. They have neurological and musculoskeletal problems.
Skin issues are associated with allergies, chronic infections, atopic dermatitis, autoimmune diseases and external parasites.
RELATIVE INFO ON BREEDS MOST ASSOCIATED WITH THIS AILMENT
There is no breed predisposition for aging processes; all animals suffer from these problems to a certain degree.
Skin issues are common in dog breeds with a thick coat or skin folds, such as Shar Pei or Chow Chow.
QUESTIONS FOR MY VET
1. What is Welactin?
Welactin is a dietary supplement for dogs; a natural source of Omega-3 fatty acids beneficial for skin support and overall health.
2. How does Welactin work?
Welactin contains salmon oil, rich with Omega-3 fatty acids. They support the function of various body systems, predominantly musculoskeletal, cardiovascular and nervous system. Omega-3 fatty acids are the main ingredient ensuring skin and hair coat integrity.
3. Is Welactin safe for my pet?
Welactin rarely causes side effects in dogs and is generally considered safe.
4. How is Welactin administered?
Your veterinarian will instruct you how to administer and dose Welactin. The product label also contains useful information on that matter. Welactin liquid is sprayed over the dog’s food. The liquid is palatable and dogs ingest it without hesitation.
5. What side effects are possible after the Welactin administration?
Welactin usually does not cause side effects. However, in rare cases, hypersensitivity reactions are possible. In case any unexpected symptoms appear in your dog, consult with your veterinarian.
6. What drugs interact with Welactin?
There are no known drug interactions with Welactin. Still, it is advisable to inform your vet of any drugs and dietary supplements your dog is taking before starting to administer Welactin.
7. What in case of accidental overdose with Welactin?
In case of accidental overdose stop administering Welactin and seek emergency veterinary help.
Welactin Canine Liquid is intended only for use on animals. Keep it away from children and pets.
Welactin is a product designed only for use on dogs; do not administer to other animal species.
STORAGE AND DISPOSAL
Once Welactin is opened, store it away from excessive heat and light sources in a dry and cool space.
BRAND VS. GENERIC COMPARISON
There is no generic equivalent of Welactin available on the market. However, numerous similar brand name products are to be found. They contain the same or additional active ingredients, come in variable formulations, packages and prices. However, every brand name product has its unique guarantee of quality and reliability. It is entirely up to the pet owner to choose among those products and find the optimal one for their pet.
Welactin Canine Liquid contains mixed tocopherols and fish oil.
One scoop of Welactin (6 mL) contains the minimally 500 mg of Docosahexaenoic Acid, 750 mg of Eicosapentaenoic Acid and 1450 mg of Total Omega-3 Fatty Acids.