Tersus Trivonal Small Breed Post-Op Omega 7 Anti-Inflammatory Soft Chew Supplement for Dogs, 28 count

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Tersus Trivonal Small Breed Post-Op Omega 7 Anti-Inflammatory Soft Chew Supplement for Dogs assists in post-operative wound healing by increasing collagen deposition, cellular proliferation, wound closure and scar formation. In clinical studies it has proven to improve blood flow and accelerates closure while minimizing scar formation. Also, Trivonal's purified palmitoleic acid promotes the formation of new blood vessels and collagen deposition at the site of injury or surgical site.

Key Benefits
  • Assists in post-operative wound healing by increasing collagen deposition, cellular proliferation, wound closure and scar formation.
  • Proven in clinical studies to improve blood flow and accelerates closure while minimizing scar formation. Boosts recovery from illness or post-surgical procedures to get your pet healed fast.
  • Proprietary blend contains AstraGin, a patented and clinically validated natural compound that transports significantly greater amounts of nutrients through the blood stream and into cells for improved bio-availability and bio-absorption. Also contains Astaxanthin for its super carotenoid and powerful anti-oxidant properties for proven healing outcomes.
  • Non-prescription, non-steroidal and non-NSAID formula that is clinically proven to reduce damaging cellular inflammation, swelling, soreness and pain.
  • Great tasting soft chew makes administering this supplement easy and enjoyable for you and your dog.
Precautions

HAZARDS TO ANIMALS: Safe use in pregnant animals or animals intended for breeding has not been proven. Consult with your veterinarian before using this product in animals with clotting disorders, being treated with anticoagulant medications, diabetes, or any metabolic disorder causing hyperglycemia, history of urinary tract stones or known allergies to shellfish. If condition worsens, discontinue use and contact your veterinarian. Federal law prohibits the off-label use of this product in ruminants. WARNING: For animal use only. Keep out of the reach of children and animals. In case of an accidental overdose contact a veterinarian immediately.

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  • Item Number
    87732
  • Breed Size

    Extra Small & Toy Breeds, Small Breeds

  • Food Form

    Supplement

  • Lifestage

    Adult

  • Made in

    United States

  • Product Form

    Soft Chew

Nutritional Info
Ingredients

Active Ingredients: (Per 1 Chew) Provinal Purified Omega-7 (50% Palmitoleic Acid) (210 mg), Tah Proprietary Blend Tah 1003Poai-7 Alpha Lipoic Acid (5 mg), Astaxanthin (1 mg), Astragin (10 mg), Beta Carotene (1,000 Iu), DHA (Docosahexaenoic Acid) (80 mg), EPA (Eicosapentaenoic Acid) (120 mg), Grape Seed Extract (12.5 mg), Green Tea Extract (25 mg), N-Cetyl-L Cysteine (5 mg), Selenium (12.5 mg), Vitamin C (75 mg), Vitamin E (40 Iu), Zinc Ascorbate (1.2 mg ).

Inactive Ingredients: Cheese Flavor, Calcium Propionate, Corn Starch, Dl-Alpha-Tocopheryl Acetate (Vitamin E), Fish Oil, Glycerin, Soy Lecithin, Purified Water, Safflower Oil, Sorbic Acid, Sorbitol, Stabilized Rice Bran.

Feeding Instructions
Weight Daily Feeding (chews)
Up to 5 lbs 1/2 (every other day)
6 - 15 lbs 1/2
16 - 30 lbs 1

Store at controlled room temperature.

FAQ

What are Potential Triggers for Chronic Inflammation in Pets?

An important potential trigger for chronic inflammation is excess weight. In the past, fat was thought to be an inert tissue that didn’t have any specific biological significance other than to provide insulation and quick energy. New research suggests that fat plays a larger role than once believed. In fact, fat is now considered to be an active part of the endocrine system and has direct influence over the release and regulation of hormones.Chronic inflammation is a sign your pet’s immune system is out of control. In chronic inflammation there is a faulty distress signal causing the body to continue to release cytokines and the immune system to send out white blood cells unnecessarily. In the absence of any actual pathogens, the white blood cells will start to attack healthy tissue, which then prompts the release of more cytokines. And the cycle continues, wreaking havoc on healthy cells and causing widespread damage to tissue.

What is Purified Omega 7?

TRIVONAL® Omega 7 quality line of products contain key ingredients including Provinal® Purified Omega 7 fatty acids which sets the standard for purity — undergoing a unique process to remove saturated fatty acids and express high levels of palmitoleic acid (C16:1n7), which has been shown to help maintain normal C - reactive protein (CRP) levels.Other Omega 7 formulations on the market may contain upwards of 30% of palmitic acid, a saturated fatty acid that has been shown to have negative health effects.

What's the recommended dosage?

For humans Dr. Michael Roizen recommends 420mg per day. But 210mg has been used in a recent double - blind placebo controlled study, a daily intake of 210mg of Omega 7 was better than placebo at managing cholesterol, triglycerides, and a healthy response to inflammation. TRIVONAL® OMEGA 7 is formulated specifically for dogs and offered in a great tasting soft chew dog’s love.

What is an Omega 7 fatty acid, I've only heard about the Omega 3's?

Omega 7 is a fatty acid with a slightly different chemical structure than the Omega 3’s. The number behind the Omega word relates to where the double bond exists within the structure of the compound. Omega 7 is also a naturally - occurring fatty acid which exists in a variety of substances that exist in the food chain.

What is different about Omega 7 compared to other fatty acids?

Interestingly, based upon extensive scientific research from many well - respected groups around the world, Omega 7 actually has more extensive pharmacologic actions than the Omega 3’s. Virtually all of this research is published in leading scientific journals. Actions that have been reported to be attributed to Omega 7 include: improvements in lipid profiles, anti - inflammatory actions, improved insulin sensitivity & glucose metabolism, and even prevention of cholesterol and beta - amyloid deposition in both animal models and humans.

What aspects of one's lipid profile are shown to be affected by Omega 7?

As previously stated, Omega 7 has been documented to have a broader range of activity than the Omega 3’s. In the area of blood lipids, Omega 7 has been shown in animals and humans to have the following positive actions: raises HDL (“good cholesterol”) without any flushing side effects, lowers LDL (“bad cholesterol”) and also lowers triglycerides. The Omega 3’s are effective at lowering bad cholesterol, but have minimal effect on HDL. Thus, with Omega 7, 1 gets a broader action with a single fatty acid. All fatty acids are definitely not the same.

Can Omega 7 be taken in conjunction with statins?

Yes. There are no known side effects or contraindications. But you should always consult with your Doctor about any supplements you’re taking. Dogs do not take statins so there is no concern about interaction with statin, it should be noted that there are no known contraindications with Omega 7 or our Trivonal products, but it is always a good idea to consult with your veterinarian before supplementing with any product.

Do TRIVONAL® Omega 7 products contain allergens?

Check each label as our products are formulated with different ingredients for each category specific formulation. Other oils including wheat germ and parsley are potentially processed on the same equipment; however, with the GMP cleaning procedures in place, potential allergen threats should be minimized.While there are no known side effects or contraindications associated with TRIVONAL® Omega 7’s key ingredient Provinal®, we strongly recommend checking with your healthcare professional prior to including our products into your dog’s healthcare regiment. In observance of US Federal regulations, Tersus Animal Health LLC cannot provide specific advice regarding medical conditions, treatments or drug interactions.Chronic inflammation is a sign your pet’s immune system is out of control. In chronic inflammation there is a faulty distress signal causing the body to continue to release cytokines and the immune system to send out white blood cells unnecessarily. In the absence of any actual pathogens, the white blood cells will start to attack healthy tissue, which then prompts the release of more cytokines. And the cycle continues, wreaking havoc on healthy cells and causing widespread damage to tissue.

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