Bone Essence (MHC calcium)
100% natural supplement for dogs and cats. It is a very complete substitute for bones in the natural homemade diet, whether raw or cooked. Made from a premium quality, from New Zealand grass-fed beef bones (BSE-free *), it contains calcium, other minerals, protein, collagen, glycosaminoglycan and trace elements, all important for the health of the locomotor system of the dog and cat.
Raw bones are an essential element in the natural diet prepared at home, especially due to its calcium content. However, not all cats and dogs can or want to eat them.
The Essence of Bone (MCH Calcium) provides a preparation not only of calcium, easy to absorb and in adequate amounts, but also of other nutrients such as protein, collagen, Glycosoaminoglycan and trace elements.
It is obtained from selected bones of premium New Zealand grass beef. New Zealand is free from Bovine Spongiform Encephalopathy (BSE - mad cow disease) and other encephalopathies due to the active control of herds by local administrations.
Its content in minerals and trace elements is more varied than that of the Eggshell or Calcium Citrate. MCH Calcium is regularly tested for the presence of heavy metals such as lead.
Its structure in microcrystals provides maximum availability to be absorbed by the body.
Important: Food supplements are not suitable by themselves to treat diseases but, at best, influence a correct treatment that should only be the responsibility of your veterinarian.
MCH Calcium (Bone Microcrystal - Hydroxyapatite) (100%). One teaspoon (2.5g) of MCH Calcium contains 575mg of calcium and 225mg of phosphorus (2.6: 1 ratio).
Protein 22%, crude oils and fats 5%, humidity <10%. Calcium 23%, phosphorus 9%
Store in a cool (10-25ºC), dark and dry place.
Orientative daily dose
A level measuring spoon holds approximately 6 grams of product.
Very small cats and dogs (5 kilos of body weight): approx. 1.6 grams a day (a quarter measuring spoon).
Small dogs (10 kilos of body weight): approx. 3.1 grams per day (half a measuring spoon).
Medium dogs (25 kilos of body weight): approx. 5.2 grams a day (three quarters - 1 measuring spoon).
Large dogs (50 kilos of body weight): approx. 10.4 grams per day (1.5 - 2 measuring spoons).
These amounts do not apply to pregnant, lactating or puppy dogs and cats. Always mix with food.
If your dog or cat has any medical condition, consult your veterinarian before administering it.