Imuquin® is a unique blend of ingredients that functions to support the immune health of dogs greater than six months of age. These ingredients include beta-glucan, marine lipids, and a mix of vitamins and minerals.
Imuquin® is available from your veterinarian.
Sprinkle contents of packet(s) directly onto dog’s food once daily. Use a minimum of 21 days or as directed by your veterinarian.
|Dog's Weight (lbs)||Number of Packets||Number of Days Supplied in One Carton|
|Active Ingredients Per Packet:|
|Yeast Extract and Marine Lipids*||1350 mg|
|Total Omega-3 PUFAs||45 mg|
|Calcium minimum||57 mg|
|Phosphorus minimum||45 mg|
|Iron minimum||3 mg|
|Copper minimum||0.1 mg|
|Manganese minimum||0.25 mg|
|Zinc minimum||1 mg|
|Vitamin A minimum||1000 IU|
|Vitamin D3 minimum||100 IU|
|Vitamin E minimum||2 IU|
|Thiamine minimum||0.8 mg|
|Riboflavin minimum||1 mg|
|Niacin minimum||10 mg|
|Vitamin B6 minimum||0.08 mg|
|Vitamin B12 minimum||0.05 mcg|
*NMX580™, a proprietary blend formulated with marine lipids and beta (1,3)/(1,6) glucan†
A well-functioning immune system is crucial for maintaining health. Immunity requires a complex interaction of organs, cells, and molecules to work together as the dog’s defense against a challenging environment.
The blend of ingredients in Imuquin® is specially formulated to provide immune support. Beta-glucan helps maintain a normal immune system, preparing it for possible challenges. In one study, dogs were given the beta-glucan found in Imuquin® for 21 days. There was an increase in T cell density on day 21, which showed immune support. T cells are the main body’s defense. DHA and EPA are important for maintenance of numerous organ and tissue functions, including immunity. Several vitamins and minerals help the immune system function effectively.
Effectiveness of an immune support product is best measured by continued good health. This is the principle of quality health care.
Throughout adulthood, there are numerous opportunities for the immune system to function suboptimally. Sometimes dogs need help to manage through these challenges. We would encourage you to ask your veterinarian, who will discuss specific concerns and immune system issues and make appropriate recommendations for your dog’s individual situation.