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Protexin Cobalaplex for Cats and Dogs (60 Sprinkle Capsules)

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Manufacturer: Protexin Veterinary

£17.46
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Description

Cobalaplex is an oral supplement that has been designed to help support normal serum cobalamin (vitamin B12) and folate (vitamin B9) levels in dogs and cats, helping them to enjoy a happy and healthy life.

Presented as sprinkle capsules that can either be given whole or opened and sprinkled onto food, Cobalaplex has an artificial chicken flavour to ensure excellent palatability.

Key Benefits:

  • Cobalamin (vitamin B12): Plays an important role in many physiological processes
  • Folic Acid (vitamin B9): A synthetic form of folate, an important water-soluble B vitamin that is essential for DNA synthesis
  • Preplex Prebiotics: A prebiotic combination of fructo-oligosaccharide (FOS) and acacia (gum arabic), which aids the maintenance of optimum serum folate and cobalamin levels

Composition:
Preplex® Prebiotic (fructo-oligosaccharide), Gelatin Capsule

Additives:
Technological Additives:
Preplex Prebiotic – Acacia (gum arabic)
Nutritional Additives:
Cyanocobalamin (vitamin B12) 0.5mg per capsule, Folic Acid 0.2mg per capsule

Reviews (2)

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Jennifer Middlemiss
July 2020

Different to the first batch I had from my vet. The capsules are impossible to pull apart (I have to snip the end of) and the powder inside is pink rather than white. These are niggles, as long as they do the job of keeping my dog’s B12 levels up I will be happy. Time will tell.

Peter Dodds
May 2020

There is one very irritating thing about these tablets and that is on the box it says they can "be pulled apart" so that the contents can be sprinkled on to the food. This is completely false. It is impossible to pull them apart and it is very tricky to cut the top off without it getting into the food or the powder going all over the place.