Calm & Focus

Calm & Focus

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Ovvet Calm & Focus is formulated for horses that exhibit nervousness, hyperactivity or respond to environmentally induced stresses such as travel or a veterinary or farrier visit.

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SKU: Calm & Focus - 300g Category:
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Calm & Focus contains omega fatty acid, and naturally occurring antioxidants like SOD and Catalase. Omega fatty acids and antioxidants play an important role in overall brain function, mental clarity, focus and attitude.

Benefits

It supports:

  • The immune system
  • Calm healthy behaviour
  • Cognitive function

Feeding Instructions

Give 1 to 2 scoops (1 scoop = 10 g), once or twice daily and administer it orally at the time of feeding.

Add water and ideally allow to soak for 30 minutes before feeding. Dry feeds should be wetted to minimise the risk of choking.

Recommended use minimum of 1 to 3 days with no maximum. For stressful situations eg, travel, competition, increase the serving to 20g per day two to three days before, during and after the event, then use 10g per day for maintenance, normal work and training.

Ingredients

  • Golden Flaxseed – ALA (beneficial fatty acid)
  • Laltide® – Proprietary yeast source of nucleotides, peptides and amino acids
  • Omega-3 fatty acids, EPA+ DHA (from fish oil)
  • Levucell – Saccharomyces cerevisiae
  • Ganoderma lucidum
  • Freeze Dried Melon rich in SOD and Catalase

Nutrition

  • Crude Protein 25%
  • Total Fat 12%
  • Crude Fibre 7%
  • Ash 3%
  • Moisture 5%
  • Carbohydrates 22%

Cautions/Contraindications

A feed supplement for horses, not intended for food. Consult your veterinarian if using medication, or for general advice.

Do not exceed recommended dose.

Administer during or after the animal has eaten to reduce incidence of gastrointestinal upset.

Store in a cool dry place, keep out of direct sunlight. Reapply lid after use.

Additional information

Ingredients:

• Golden Flaxseed – ALA (beneficial fatty acid)
• Laltide® – Proprietary yeast source of nucleotides, peptides and amino acids
• Omega-3 fatty acids, EPA+ DHA (from fish oil)
• Levucell – Saccharomyces cerevisiae
• Ganoderma lucidum
• Freeze Dried Melon rich in SOD and Catalase

Nutrition:

Crude Protein 25%
Total Fat 12%
Crude Fibre 7%
Ash 3%
Moisture 5%
Carbohydrates 22%

Feeding Instructions:

1 to 2 scoops (1 scoop = 10 g), one to two times daily, administered orally at time of feeding; add water and ideally allow to soak for 30 minutes before feeding. Dry feeds should be wetted to minimise the risk of choke.
Recommended use minimum of 1 to 3 days with no maximum. For stressful situations eg, travel, competition, increase the serving to 20g per day two to three days before, during and after the event, then use 10g per day for maintenance, normal work and training.

Cautions / Contraindications:

A feed supplement for horses not intended for food. Consult your veterinarian if using medication or for general advice.
Do not exceed recommended dose.
Administer during or after the animal has eaten to reduce incidence of gastrointestinal upset
Store in a cool dry place, keep out of direct sunlight. Reapply lid after use.

Switzerland


Herr Dr. Christoph Jägginclick here

Dr. Frank Schellenbergerclick here

Netherlands


Tops Vastgoed B.V.Edwina Tops-Alexander


 Germany


Tierklinik Lüscheclick here

Herr Dr. Immo Müller

Klinik für PferdeDr. Jürgen Fischer

Tierärztliche Praxis für PferdeDr. Martin Hinrichsen

Verwaltungs- und HandelsgesellschaftDr. W. Jahn und Dr. V. Sill

Herr Dr. Marc FeldmannTierarztpraxis

Tierarztpraxis für PferdeHerr Dr. Bernhard Ekrod

Tierärztliche Praxis LichtenmoorDr. Veronika Sinz

Pferdeklinik Ankum GmbH

Frau Dr. Anja von DiekenTierarztpraxis

Herrn Dr.Matthias Meyer-Wilmes

Equivet VerlCarsten Dicks

Tierärztliche Hausapotheke

Pferdeklinik Duisburg GmbH Dr. Kathrin Rasch & Dr. Michael Novak

Frau Dr. Paticia ZweverinkPraktische Tierärztin

Dr. Joachim PietrowskiTierärztliche Praxis

Tierarztpraxis Kolberg Herrn Christian Kolberg

KALDENHOFF & VAN ‘T RIET GbR Apotheke

Herr Dr. Heribert Schürholz

Pferdeklinik Burg Müggenhausenclick here

Frau Dr. Agne Subaciute

Tierarztpraxis am Ravelsberg Dr. med. vet. Thomas Westenberger

Frau Dr. Ulrike Munnes-JugertTierarztpraxis

PraxisgemeinschaftDres. Michael Frevel & Gregor Heinekamp

Praxis für Pferde Michael Saxerprakt. Tierarzt

Firma TBW ApothekengesellschaftDr. Kai Kreling

Tierarztpraxis Gerhold GbR

TierarzneimittelDr. Norbert Beer

Frau Dr. Ulrike Häusler-Naumburger

Herr Dr. Wolfgang Krauss

Herr Dr. Norbert Wolff

Frau Dr. Marie Lindinger

Arzneimittelabgabe GbRDr. Adolphsen,Dr. Brems,E. Göschl,Dr. Wagner

Pferdeklinik am KirchbergDr. med. vet. Uwe Heidbrink

Tierklinik Dr. W. Doering