Vetark ACE High 50g
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ACE-High is one of our key multivitamin products. It is a specialist product mainly used by veterinary surgeons to correct certain very unbalanced diets. For general use we recommend our Nutrobal and Arkvits. We haven't enabled sale here because we feel that its use in reptiles should be a specialist matter, please either ring us or speak to your vet.
ACE-High contains high levels of vitamins A, C & E. This provides the higher levels of these vitamins required by certain groups. Large lizards and chelonia in particular are known to require extra vitamin A. "Runny nose syndrome" in chelonia responds in some cases to supplementation with A, C & E. The classic terrapin problem of swollen eyes and pneumonia is a manifestation of vitamin A deficiency. Poor hatchability in chelonia (and other) eggs is thought to be linked with vitamin A and /or E deficiency.
Product SKU: VVS020
Product Barcode: 05029411111056
Manufacturer Ref: AC5
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Vetark has always concentrated on quality and efficacy. Our products are all scientifically based – all formulations are developed by Peter Scott FRCVS, to do a specific job in the best way that it can be done.
Vetark have a basic principle that we won’t sell anything that we can’t justify and stand by. Vetark also work on a system of small batch manufacture to give the longest shelf life, they have supported this by offering trade no minimum order size.
Vetark attends the BSAVA Congress every year as an opportunity to speak directly to the veterinary profession. We always welcome contact from vets worldwide. Our products are distributed to veterinary surgeons in mainland Europe.
Vetark changed the landscape of bird and reptile nutrition in the UK with its unique ranges and many species have been bred for the first time successfully with their help. The products are recommended and supplied by vets, used by universities, scientists, zoos as well as being there for the pet keeper. Vetark now exports to over 20 different countries worldwide.
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