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  • Cats and dogs 1 to 10 lbs: 1/2 pump daily
    Cats and dogs 11 to 20 lbs: 1 pump daily
    Cats and dogs 21 to 40 lbs: 2 pumps daily
    Dogs 41 to 60 lbs: 3 pumps daily
    Dogs 61 to 80 lbs: 4 pumps daily

What is EicosaDerm?

  • EicosaDerm is an Omega 3 fatty acid and vitamin E liquid supplement for cats and dogs.
  • The omega 3 fatty acids in EicosaDerm are sourced from small cold water ocean fish and is then deodorized and purified.
  • EicosaDerm is tested and certified to be free from pesticides and below testing levels for heavy metals.

Why do cats and dogs use EicosaDerm?

  • Omega 3 fatty acid supplementation may help with dry itchy skin and help maintain a healthy coat. 

What else should I know about EicosaDerm?

  • Store at controlled room temperature of 10 - 21° C (50 - 70° F) and out of direct light.

What problems could my dog or cat have with EicosaDerm?

  • Talk with your veterinarian before starting to give EicosaDerm.
  • If skin irritation develops, stop use and call your veterinarian.

How do you use EicosaDerm?

  • Give as directed by your veterinarian. 
  • Complete depression of the pump delivers 2 mL of EicosaDerm.
  • Apply recommended dosage to pet food daily. 
  • Manufacturer's suggested use: Cats and dogs 1 to 10 lbs, 1/2 pump daily. Cats and dogs 11 to 20 lbs, 1 pump daily. Cats and dogs 21 to 40 lbs, 2 pumps daily. Dogs 41 to 60 lbs, 3 pumps daily. Dogs 61 to 80 lbs, 4 pumps daily. 

What is in EicosaDerm?

  • Active ingredients per one pump (2 mL, 2000mg): Fish oil 2000 mg, EPA 360 mg, DHA 240 mg, Vitamin E 10 IU.

Will I get what I see in the picture?

  • EicosaDerm is a brand name. You will receive the exact brand that you request.

Is it important for my dog or cat to finish all of the EicosaDerm?

  • Dogs and cats may use this product for different lengths of time. Please consult your veterinarian if you have any questions.