Pet Collagen 250g

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Pet Collagen 250g

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£41.50
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5 total reviews

Caring for pets, one tail wag at a time.

At Xenca, our collagen powder is made from 100% bovine collagen peptides, which ensures a natural and additive-free product that's perfect for your pet. 

As the most abundant protein found in animals, collagen is vital for the health of your pets skin, bones, joints, muscles, and connective tissues.

 Benefits of collagen

Collagen plays a vital role in so many processes that its benefits are numerous

🐾 Joint health & mobility – Collagen provides essential support for cartilage, tendons, and ligaments, which in turn promotes healthy joint function and mobility.

🐾 Injury prevention– Regular collagen supplementation can help to prevent joint-related injuries, ensuring that your pets stay healthy and active.

🐾 Skin hydration & coat condition– Collagen is a key component of skin and hair, helping to both improve hydration levels and contribute to a glossier and shinier coat.

🐾 Digestive support– Collagen aids digestion by strengthening the gut lining and improving nutrient absorption.

🐾 Appetite boost– By promoting digestive health and nutrient absorption, collagen can also help boost your animal’s appetite, leading to better overall health and well-being.

Ingredients:

Hydrolyzed Bovine Collagen powder.

Food supplement to be used in conjunction with a balanced diet.

Dosage:

Take 1/4 teaspoon of powder per day for cat or small dog. Increase the dosage up to 1 teaspoon of powder per day for a 40+kg dog.

Directions:

Sprinkle over and mix with food.

Safety:

Keep sealed and store in a cool dry place. Keep out of reach of children.

 

Customer Reviews

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Kim
This is amazing!

I started giving my cockerpoo a dose of collagen every day as her appetite wasn't great, she now demolishes every meal and i have noticed her fur is a lot softer and shinier. When i used to take her for walks she would run but not for long as she seemed really tired, but now she's off running for miles around the beach. 100% recommend this collagen for dogs.

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Rachel B
It is going to be something he will give him from now on.

My nephew called me because he was worried about his dog. He is a big Staffordshire bull terrier who was struggling to get about and was obviously in pain. Jason said that Nelson was really unhappy and off his food. I suggested he use the dog joint care. 3 days later my nephew rang and said he had his Nelson back! It is going to be something he will give him from now on.

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Julie
After several weeks of taking collagen, he perked up, became far more alert and active.

We owned a 17-year-old tabby, Benny, who had become tired and lethargic with greasy fur, due to not grooming himself properly and he also had lifeless eyes. After several weeks of taking collagen, he perked up, became far more alert and active and his coat became smooth and shiny, as he looked after himself again. His eyes were bright and he began exploring the great outdoors again, even scaling 6-foot fences!We owned a 17-year-old tabby, Benny, who had become tired and lethargic with greasy fur, due to not grooming himself properly and he also had lifeless eyes. After several weeks of taking collagen, he perked up, became far more alert and active and his coat became smooth and shiny, as he looked after himself again. His eyes were bright and he began exploring the great outdoors again, even scaling 6-foot fences!
Our other cat, Bingo, aged 12, has always been rather uncoordinated and struggled to climb or jump easily but since taking collagen he has actually been seen springing around the garden and landing elegantly rather than in a heap and noisily, and the only thing that has changed is the collagen.

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Linda
I would recommend it to anyone with cats or dogs that are aging.

At 16 years old our cat and was looking and feeling very much worse for wear, with a poor coat, dull eyes and certainly feeling the effects of arthritis, no longer able to jump on the furniture or into the window sill when needing to hide from visiting dogs.
Having used collagen, myself to help with various aches and pains I was fascinated to see whether pet collagen would help our furry friend. However, I had to get her to take it first which actually was no problem at all, I just opened the capsule and sprinkled it on her food last thing at night and she loved it. Within a week we started to notice a difference in her fur, it was getting softer and had a shine coming back then a few days later imagine my surprise when she jumped up onto my lap from the floor whilst I was sitting on the settee.
I would recommend anyone with cats or dogs that are aging, injured or recovering from surgery to give it a try, your pet will love you for it.

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R.R
We give our cats a daily helping of collagen to prevent unnecessary, premature pain.

Many pets suffer from joint problems, including arthritis, as they get older. We give our cats a daily helping of collagen to prevent unnecessary, premature pain and future Vet bills.