MYOS Canine Muscle Formula
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MYOS Canine Muscle Formula

What is Myos Canine Muscle Formula for Dogs?

  • Myos Canine Muscle Formula is an all-natural, steroid free supplement that supports optimal muscle health and strength in dogs of all sizes.
  • The main ingredient, Fortetropin, is a bioactive ingredient made from fertilized egg yolks using a patented process.
  • Fortetropin encourages lean muscle mass and growth in dogs.
  • This muscle building supplement for dogs also contains amino acids, vitamins, and minerals from Fortetropin.
  • These vital nutrients help promote cognitive, vision, bone, and skin health for dogs.

Why do dogs use Myos Canine Muscle Formula?

  • Myos Canine Powder may reduce muscle atrophy and weakness caused by the natural aging process, for better mobility and endurance.
  • Myos also helps promote cognitive, vision, bone, and skin health for dogs.

What else should I know about Myos Canine Muscle Formula?

  • Measuring scoop included in the package.
  • One scoop is 1 level tablespoon and contains 3 grams of powder.

What problems could my dog have with Myos Canine Muscle Formula?

  • Discuss the use of this supplement with your veterinarian before starting Myos.

How do you use Myos Canine Muscle Formula?

  • Give as directed by your veterinarian.
  • Manufacturer's suggested use: Small dogs up to 24 lbs, 1 scoop daily. Medium dogs 24 to 49 lbs, 2 scoops daily. Large Dogs 50 lbs and up, 4 scoops daily.
  • If providing more than 1 scoop per day, it is recommended to evenly split the dosage between morning and evening.
  • Give with meals.

What is in Myos Canine Muscle Formula?

  • Active ingredients per 3 g scoop: Fortetropin (fertilized egg yolk) 3 g.
  • Fortetropin encourages lean muscle mass and growth in dogs.

Will I get what I see in the picture?

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

Is it important for my dog to finish all of the Myos Canine Muscle Formula?

  • Dogs may use Myos Canine Muscle Formula for different lengths of time. Please consult your veterinarian if you have any questions.