Calceron is a product, which has been developed as a result of many years of research of animal body function. It is a unique formula, which provides all essential macro and microelements and vitamins for healthy growth, development and maintenance of dogs of any breeds and life stages. It is a 100% natural product.
Why are minerals and trace elements important?
It is known, that minerals are the basic component of all matter, being a component of hormones, enzymes, tissue cells, bones, body fluid and blood. They function in all aspects of life from digestion and reproduction to hormone and energy production, muscle contraction, regulation of body temperature and ph level. They are critical components of almost every aspect of how body grows, develops, functions, produces and performs. In fact, the availability of sufficient minerals is more vital to an animal’s physical health than is the intake of energy or vitamins. While dogs can manufacture a wide variety of energy sources from available feed supply, they cannot manufacture minerals and trace elements.
Some facts about feeding practices:
|FUNCTIONS||RECOMMENDED ALLOWANCE*||SIGNS OF DEFICIENCY/EXCESS|
|Vitamin A||Vision; growth; immune function; fetal development; cellular differentiation; transmembrane protein transfer||379 µg||Anorexia; body weight loss; ataxia; conjunctivitis; corneal disorders; skin lesions; respiratory ailments; increased susceptibility to infection|
Imbalance in bone remodeling processes; artery and vein degeneration; dehydration; central nervous system depression; joint pain
|Vitamin D||Maintenance of mineral status; phosphorous balance||3.4 µg||Rickets; lethargy; loss of muscle tone; bone swelling and bending|
Anorexia; weakness; diarrhea; vomiting; calcification of soft tissue; excessive mineralization of long bones; dehydration; dry and brittle hair; muscle atrophy
|Vitamin E||Defense against oxidative damage||8 mg||Degeneration of skeletal muscle; reproductive failure; retinal degeneration|
|FUNCTIONS||DAILY RECOMMENDED ALLOWANCE*||SIGNS OF DEFICIENCY/EXCESS|
|Calcium||Formation of bones and teeth; blood coagulation; nerve impulse transmission; muscle contraction; cell signaling||1 g||Nutritional secondary hyperparathyroidism; significant decreases in bone mineral content, which can result in major skeletal abnormalities
Different types of skeletal aberrations, especially in growing puppies of large breeds
|Phosphorus||Skeletal structure; DNA and RNA structure; energy metabolism; locomotion; acid-base balance||0.75 g||Reduced weight gain; poor appetite; bowing and swelling of forelimbs in puppies|
|Magnesium||Enzyme functions; muscle and nerve-cell membrane stability; hormone secretion and function; mineral structure of bones and teeth||150 mg||Reduction in weight gain, irritability, and convulsions in puppies; hyperextension of carpal joints and hind-leg paralysis later in life|
|Sodium||Acid-base balance; regulation of osmotic pressure; nerve impulse generation and transmission||200 mg||Restlessness; increased heart rate, water intake, and hemoglobin concentration; dry and tacky mucous membranes|
|Potassium||Acid-base balance; nerveimpulse transmission; enzymatic reactions; transport functions||1 g||Poor growth in puppies; paralysis of neck muscles and rear legs and general weakness later in life|
|Chlorine||Acid-base balance; transfer of extracellular fluids across cell membranes||300 mg||Reduced weight gain and weakness in puppies|
|Iron||Synthesis of blood components; energy metabolism||7.5 mg||Poor growth; pale mucous membranes;
lethargy; weakness; diarrhea
At acute levels, dangerous oxidative reactions that lead to gastrointestinal and other tissue damage
|Copper||Connective tissue formation; iron metabolism; blood cell formation; melanin pigment formation; myelin formation; defense against oxidative damage||1.5 mg||Loss of hair pigmentation in puppies; anemia|
|Zinc||Enzyme reactions; cell replication; protein and carbohydrate metabolism; skin function; wound healing||15 mg||Poor weight gain; vomiting; skin lesions|
|Manganese||Enzyme functions; bone development; neurological function||1.2 mg||No studies of deficiency in dogs|
|Selenium||Defense against oxidative damage; immune response||90 µg||Anorexia; depression; breathing discomfort; coma; muscular degeneration|
|Iodine||Thyroid hormone synthesis; cell differentiation; growth and development of puppies; regulation of metabolic rate||220 µg||Enlargement of thyroid glands;
dry, sparse hair coat; weight gain
Excessive tearing, salivation, and nasal discharge; dandruff
*Daily needs for an adult dog weighing 33 pounds, consuming 1,000 Calories per day. g = grams; mg = milligrams; µg = micrograms
What does Calceron do?
It provides all daily essential minerals and vitamins to ensure your loved pet grows and stays healthy and strong. Calceron is a necessary part of animal’s daily diet and is suitable for all age stages from puppies to senior dogs.
Directions for use: Open the container. Remove the scoop from the container. Mix one scoop with food daily.