X10 Pet Food Topper

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X10 is Regenurex Astaxanthin for your pet! Because they're family.

X10 is a blend of all-natural ingredients: Astaxanthin by Regenurex, Camelina oil (rich in Omega-3, 6, and 9), with a side of Vitamin E oil, and Rice Bran wax just for thickening. 

To many of us, our pets are family. As long as we get to love each other, we are responsible for making all their choices - from the food they eat, their exercise, and most importantly, their well-being. 

X10 supports the health of our pets from early ages through their entire life. Although we may not actually see the benefits, X10 provides nutrients and cellular protection to support a long and healthy life. 

Aging animals with health issues will very likely show noticeable benefits, so any age, any time is a good time for X10!

 

Usage Directions

X10 is a food topper to mix in with your pet's food. Just pump onto their food and mix it in* to ensure it is absorbed into their meal. Add to food 1 - 2 times per day. 

Servings (start with 1/2 serving per day):

Weight:

< 25 lbs - 2 Pumps - 144 Servings

26 - 50 lbs - 4 Pumps - 72 Servings

> 50 lbs - 6 Pumps - 48 Servings

We recommend starting off slowly. Every pet and breed have different digestion and absorption properties as well as different health issues. The younger and healthier they are, the less X10 your pet will need... but they still need it. 

Head over to www.X10pet.com for petstimonials and more information on how to use X10. 

 

Notice

For use in dogs and cats only. If animal's condition worsens or does not improve, stop product administration and consult your veterinarian. Consult your veterinarian prior to use with pregnant or breeding animals. Keep out of reach of children. If the stool softens and is orange in colour, this is normal but reduce dosage slightly. 

X10 is a Health Canada veterinary approved product. 

Health Canada Notification Number: NN.S3A5

*Astaxanthin oil can act as a dye which makes it important to stir it in with the food. Owners of certain breeds (e.g. pugs) may want to check that their four-legged friend doesn't have a red snout after their meal.