What is Ocu-GLO®?
Ocu-GLO® is a pet supplement that supports eye health in dogs and cats of all ages. It contains a unique blend of antioxidants, vitamins, and minerals that work together to nourish and protect the eyes from damage.
What are the key ingredients in Ocu-GLO®?
Ocu-GLO® contains key ingredients such as Lutein, Zeaxanthin, Vitamin E, and Omega-3 fatty acids, which protect the retina from damage caused by harmful UV rays and other environmental toxins, support the health of the retina and macula, neutralize free radicals, and prevent oxidative stress, and maintain healthy cell membranes and reduce inflammation.
How do I give Ocu-GLO® to my pet?
Ocu-GLO® Chewables offer easy and tasty administration that dogs love! Refer to label instructions for the proper dosage based on your dog’s weight.
How long does it take to see results with Ocu-GLO®?
The amount of time it takes to see results can vary depending on the individual pet and their specific eye health issues. Some pet owners may notice improvements within a few weeks, while others may take longer. It's important to continue administering Ocu-GLO® as directed and consult with your vet if you have any concerns.
Is Ocu-GLO® safe for pets of all ages and breeds?
Ocu-GLO® is safe for cats over 1 year of age that do not have a history of liver disease and all dogs over 6 months of age. Ocu-GLO® is formulated by veterinary Ophthalmologists and has been thoroughly tested for safety and quality.
Can I trust Ocu-GLO® for my pets?
Two very important reasons that you can trust Ocu-GLO®:
1. Two Board-Certified Veterinary Ophthalmologists and a Compounding Pharmacist, with over 75 years combined experience in veterinary health, designed Ocu-GLO® and tested its safety and palatability.
2. The antioxidant ingredients in Ocu-GLO® are all pharmaceutical grade, which means that they are made under strict Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) guidelines. GMP standards are much higher than those which nutritional product manufacturers are required to meet. The ingredients are of the highest quality.
I have read that grapes are toxic to dogs, why is Ocu-GLO safe?
This is a common question and there are some articles in the literature about this topic. There are two components to grapes that have nutritional benefits. The seeds of grapes are completely safe for all species evaluated so far, including dogs. The seeds of grapes contain proanthocyanidins, a group of antioxidants that benefit eyes and the rest of the body. There have been no side effects to grapeseeds known as of yet. However, there are compounds in the skins of grapes and raisins, especially darker varieties of the fruits, that cause kidney damage in dogs.
What is the shelf life of Ocu-GLO®?
The shelf life is three years due to the special way in which Ocu-GLO® is manufactured. Because oxygen can oxidize and break down antioxidants, oxygen is intentionally removed from the inside of the Gelcap during the manufacturing process via a nitrogen gas exchange process.
Is there Caffeine found in Ocu-GLO®?
Yes. Green tea extract raw material present in Ocu-GLO® contains approximately 0.3 to 0.4 % caffeine. There is 40 mg raw material per softgel in Ocu-GLO® which is equivalent to 0.12-0.16 mg caffeine per softgel. This is the trace amount of caffeine present in one softgel.
Are there animal products in Ocu-GLO®?
Yes, the outer gelatin coating has beef made from bones and the omega fatty acids are from sardines and anchovies.
If beef is a potential allergen in your dog, you can use the snip caps and open the capsules to let your dog eat the contents where the important active ingredients are.
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50,000,000 doses administered worldwide
50,000,000 doses administered worldwide
Here are a few real-life success stories from pet owners who have used Ocu-GLO® and seen improvements in their pet's eye health:
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A PLACEBO-CONTROLLED DOUBLE-MASKED PILOT STUDY WAS CONDUCTED BY THE UNIVERSITY OF CAMBRIDGE UK AND FOUND THE EFFECTIVENESS OF OCU-GLO® IN DOGS WITH CATARACTS. READ THE RESEARCH HERE.