Coenzyme Q10 In Petfood

Coenzyme Q10 In Petfood

Coenzyme Q10 (CoQ10) has two interconverting forms: its yellow, oxidized state (ubiquinone) and milky-white, reduced counterpart (ubiquinol). CoQ10 is ubiquitously present in mammalian tissues; origins are synthesis in the body and intestinal uptake from ingested...
Carotenoids in petfood

Carotenoids in petfood

Carotenoids pertain to pigments synthesized by plants. They participate in capturing sunlight energy and furnish the variety of yellow to red colors in fruits and vegetables. Highlighted carotenoids in petfood are mostly linked with immunity support and high...
Making Pets and People Happy

Making Pets and People Happy

For 23 years COLLAR Company follows its mission – making pets and people happy. Each new product is made to strengthen the connection between pets and owners. The best example of fulfilling this mission is PULLER – the first dog fitness tool. From the set of...
Microalgae In Pet Food

Microalgae In Pet Food

Dr A C Beynen* was professor of veterinary nutrition at the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Utrecht University, The Netherlands in the period of 1993-2007. Microalgae are single-celled, aquatic organisms. They use sunlight or nutrient calories as energy source for...
Carotenoids in petfood

Yeast In Petfood

By  Dr Anton C Beynen*Many dog and cat foods declare a yeast ingredient, most commonly brewer’s dried yeast, but also yeast extract, yeast cell walls, selenium yeast or yeast culture. Brewer’s yeast is a by-product from the brewing of beer or ale. Extracts and cell...
Carotenoids in petfood

MCT In Dog Food

By  Dr A C Beynen* Dr A C Beynen was professor of veterinary nutrition at the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Utrecht University, The Netherlands in the period of 1993-2007. MCT stands for medium-chain triglycerides: liquid lipids consisting of saturated fatty acids...