SeniorDaily

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  • Regular price $24.95


Similar to humans, our pet’s immune system weakens and their general health deteriorates as they age. SeniorDaily is the perfect natural immunity booster to give your pet back that bounce in their step. Also suitable for stressed, debilitated, injured or sick dogs and cats. 

Vitamin C is the active ingredient in SeniorDaily. It works as an antioxidant, protecting our pet’s organs, tissues and boosting immunity.

Important Points:

  • Appropriate for both Dogs and Cats
  • Immune support
  • Vitamin C booster
  • For Aged /sick pets
  • Made in Australia
  • Vet Approved
  • Key ingredient is sodium ascorbate (vitamin C -  99.6% pure)
  • Tub size is 95g


How to use:

SeniorDaily is a convenient and easy to use powder. Simply add the recommended dose, based on your pet’s weight, into their food daily. 

View the chart below to see what the dosage rate would be for your pet, calculated by weight.

Rebrand:

This product was previously known as PureC. If you loved PureC before, you will love SeniorDaily. SeniorDaily is the overall senior health kick with a new revised formula.

The Benefits of Vitamin C

The most important function of the powerful antioxidant vitamin C is its ability to protect your pet’s organs and tissues from damage by reactive oxygen species in the body. In particular, the antioxidant activity of vitamin C can have a protective effect against the development of joint disease and it protects muscle from damage by free radicals following strenuous exercise.

Vitamin C also plays an important role in maintaining normal immune function, thus protecting animals from infections. Additionally, it plays a role as an enzyme cofactor (a chemical required for an enzyme to work) and in metal ion metabolism. Further, it reduces the absorption of toxic metals such as lead, cadmium and vanadium.

Conditions When Vitamin C Supplementation is Beneficial

  • Intense exercise (e.g. racing greyhounds)
  • High production (such as lactating females and rapid growth in young animals)
  • Environmental stress (cold or elevated temperatures, and pollutants)
  • Mental stress (separation stress, stress of a new environment, weaning, transportation, competitions, and unusual or excessive handling)
  • Injury
  • Illness, including both acute and chronic infections
  • Diseases (particularly arthritis)
  • Metabolic disorders
  • Allergies
  • Genetic problems like canine hip dysplasia (CHD) in dogs
  • Surgery
  • Aged animals (as animals age they are less able to produce sufficient vitamin C, generally because of decreased liver function)
  • Immune function depression
  • Nutritionally unbalanced diets (including insufficient vitamins E and A, β-carotene, energy, protein, selenium, iron, etc)