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DogVites™ CoQ10 for Dogs is a 100% Natural All Trans USP Grade CoQ10. DogVites™ CoQ10 for Dogs is manufactured under strict for-humans cGMP in USA. DogVites™ CoQ10 for Dogs is subjected to our stringent testing for potency, heavy metals, Salmonella, E. Coli, Staphylococcus aureus, Pseudomonas aeruginosa to ensure your Pets’ safety.
Benefits of CoQ-10 for Dogs:
Heart Health: Dogs much like humans, suffer from heart disease, and can develop Congestive Heart Failure. The heart has the highest concentration of CoQ10 of all the tissues in our body and it seems logical because of its high-energy needs. It is therefore not surprising that the early clinical trials on the therapeutic potential of CoQ10 focused on heart disease as the target. Congestive heart failure (CHF) was one of the first conditions to be studied using CoQ10 supplements. CHF can result from a variety of causes and can be related to either primary cardiomyopathies or secondary forms of heart failure. In addition to CHF, there are other cardiovascular diseases that have been successfully treated with CoQ10 supplementation. Among these are diastolic dysfunction, angina pectoris, hypertension, ventricular arrhythmias, mitral valve prolapse and also drug induced cardiotoxicities .
Cancer: COQ10 has been shown in many research studies to prevent DNA damage in the cells through the mitochondria, the power-house of the cells and improve the immune response. The immune system plays a role in transformation of normal cells to cancerous cells. Several observations have led to the belief that defects in the immune system play a role in the development of cancer. For example, very young and very old dogs often have decreased immune response and may also demonstrate an increased susceptibility to effects of carcinogens. Additionally, dogs who are immune-suppressed have demonstrated a greater likelihood of developing cancer when exposed to carcinogens. Dogs exposed to carcinogens but receiving immune-stimulants often do not develop cancer. Furthermore, animals administered oncogenic viruses or chemical carcinogens often become immune-suppressed (i.e dogs receiving polyvalent vaccines).
Renal Failure: Data from clinical trials in both human and animal studies shows significant reduction in serum creatinine and blood urea and a significant increase in creatinine clearance and urine output with use of Coenzyme Q10, and a significant increase in plasma levels of vitamins A, E, C and beta-carotene, whereas thiobarbituric acid reactive substances, diene conjugates and malondialdehyde showed a significant reduction with use of coenzyme Q10.