Feeding Information

With Proflax, all of the hard work has been done for you in putting together one ready to feed, tasty supplement. Our products will provide your dog with nutritional support from natural food based sources; flaxseed/fish oil and liquid herbal tinctures. They are designed to be added to your dogs regular food to support their total health and wellbeing, both physically and emotionally.

All you need to do is simply add to your dogs regular food!

For all of our oil based products, be sure to shake the bottle vigorously for at least 10 seconds before every use to ensure that the ingredients are well mixed. After opening, please store your bottle of oil in the fridge where it will remain fresh for up to 8 weeks.

How much do I feed?

There are various ways to feed Proflax depending on the level of support your dog needs.

Our recommended feeding guide is to give 1ml to every 2kg of your dogs weight, daily (25kg dog would be 12.5ml). You can also double the amount for extra support, so feed 1ml to every 1kg of dogs weight daily (25kg dog would be 25ml) for a maximum of 7 days and then revert to the daily recommended feeding guide amount. 

It is recommended that if you are feeding the same Proflax supplement daily that you take a short 'break' period of 7-10 days every three months. During this period you can stop feeding Proflax altogether or you can choose to feed one of our other products. If feeding 2 or more products in rotation, a break period is not necessary. The break period is recommended so that Proflax products remain as effective as possible.

Proflax formulas are liquid concentrates, so are absorbed and metabolised to provide effective support as quickly as possible. Visible health benefits have been since in as little as 7 days in some dogs, if not sooner.

For puppies over 8 weeks, ensure that you are feeding the correct amount according to your puppies size. Weigh them on a regular basis until full maturity is reached.

We do not recommend that you feed Proflax products to pregnant and nursing dogs or puppies under the age of 8 weeks old. We also recommend that you stop feeding our oil based products 5 days prior to your dog having an operation or anaesthetic.

We always suggest that you check with your vet before giving Proflax if your dog is taking prescribed medication. This is because on occasions, herbs can affect the absorption of certain medication, so it may mean giving your dog Proflax at different times of the day. There are also occasions where medication can change blood pressure or have an affect on the central nervous system or organs so it is imperative that your vet approves your chosen formula taking into account your dogs specific medication.