CANIPUR - fertil is a feed supplement containing the vitamins, minerals, trace elements and amino acids essential for fertility.
Vitamins, minerals, trace elements and amino acids of high biological value harmonise and optimise fertility processes in
bitches and breeding males, and help to maintain pregnancy during the first weeks.
In non-pregnant bitches, they regulate heat and reduce the symptoms of false pregnancy.
Crude protein: 15,0 %
Crude fat: 2,0 %
Crude fibre: 4,4 %
Crude ash: 28,1 %
Calcium: 6,2 %
Phosphorus: 2,5 %
Sodium: 1,1 %
Magnesium: 0,9 %
Potassium: 0,6 %
Lysine: 1,3 %
Methionine: 1,1 %
Tryptophane: 0,4 %
Feed additives per kg
Vitamin A: 400.000 I.E.
Vitamin D3: 10.000 I.E.
Vitamin E: 4.000 mg
Vitamin K3: 10 mg
Vitamin B1: 60 mg
Vitamin B2: 150 mg
Vitamin B6: 60 mg
Vitamin B12: 2.000 mcg
Vitamin C: 2.000 mg
Biotin: 1.000 mcg
Beta-carotene: 2.000 mg
Folic acid: 40 mg
Niacin: 400 mg
Calcium-D-pantothenate: 400 mg
Cholin chloride: 2.000 mg
Taurine: 10.000 mg
Iron: 600 mg
Iodine: 10 mg
Copper: 200 mg
Manganese: 500 mg
Zinc: 2.000 mg
Selenium: 5 mg
L-lysine: 10.000 mg
L-methionine: 10.000 mg
L-tryptophane: 4.000 mg
Gut flora stabilisers
Enterococcus faecium : 6x1010 KBE
3a672a vitamin A, 3a671 vitamin D3, Vitamin B1 as thiamine hydrochloride, Vitamin B2 as riboflavin, Vitamin B6 as pyridoxine hydrochloride,
Vitamin B12 as Cyanocobalamin, 3b106 Ferrous-(II)-chelate of amino acids hydrate, 3b201 Potassium iodide, 3b406 Cupric-(II)-chelate of amino acids hydrate,
3b504 Manganese chelate of amino acids hydrate, 3b606 Zinc chelate of amino acids hydrate, 3b812 Selenised yeast produced by Saccharomyces cerevisiae CNCM I-3399 (inactivated),
4b1707 Enterococcus faecium DSM 10663/NCIMB 10415, L-Lysine monohydrochloride.
Carob flour, soybean protein concentrate, dicalcium phosphate, banana meal, calcium carbonate, sodium chloride, magnesium oxide, pectin, sunflower oil, potassium chloride.
Instructions for proper use
Small dogs ( 4-15 kg): 3-10 g per day
Medium dogs (16-39 kg): 10-20 g per day
Large dogs (40-80 kg): 20-40 g per day
given with the feed.
Due to the increased content of vitamin D3 and trace elements daily ration should not be more than doubled.
Bitches: In order to achieve optimal ovulation and conception rates and to prevent miscarriage, feeding should start 3 to 4 weeks before covering
and be continued during the first four weeks of pregnancy. From the 5th week of pregnancy, CANIPUR - fertil should be replaced with
CANIPUR - gravid, the latter providing an optimal supply for highly pregnant and lactating dams.
To improve libido and sperm quality feeding should start 2-3 weeks prior to covering and be continued during the entire covering period
to promote regular occurrence of heat and forestall the manifestations of false pregnancy,
feeding should start 2-3 weeks before the estimated date of heat and be continued for 2-3 months until the symptoms of false pregnancy subside.
General findings of nutritional science
Optimal supply of vitamins, minerals, trace elements and amino acids plays a key role for fertility in dogs, as these nutrients and vital elements both stimulate
hormonal synthesis and promote optimal preparation of the reproductive organs.
This results in dogs which are eager to mate and easily impregnated and have vital and fertile egg cells and sperm - in other words,
optimal conditions for the production of the greatest possible number of vital and healthy puppies.
Bitches are particularly sensitive to a lack of vitamins and trace elements during the first three weeks of pregnancy.
Only sufficient supply of these vital elements can prevent deformation of the embryos and miscarriage.
About 4-9 weeks after their heat, many non-pregnant bitches will enter a stage of false pregnancy lasting 2-3 weeks, often accompanied by swollen udders,milk flow and a change in character.
In these cases, sufficient supply of vitamins, minerals, trace elements and amino acids creates optimal conditions for a quick return to a state of normal hormonal equilibrium.
Vitamins - the A and E vitamins and Beta-carotene in particular - stimulate synthesis of reproductive hormones, promote the production of highly impregnable and
robust egg cells and sperm, protect the endometrium (the mucous layer of the uterus), and regulate muscle metabolism within the uterus.
Pregnancy is further promoted by the special antioxidation effects of vitamins E, C and Beta-carotene, thereby protecting egg cells, sperm and embryos from damage arising from toxic substances and free radicals.
Amino acids and proteins - are the most important building blocks for all bodily substances.
That's why a low supply of these substances results in reproductive disorders, as the egg cells, sperm and embryos that develop will be lacking in vitality.
Minerals - serve a number of purposes. As electrolytes, they maintain intracellular pressure and tension in the tissues.
In the acid-base-equilibrium, they also maintain the correct pH value. In the bones, they are responsible for strength and hardness, and in muscles and nerves, they transmit stimuli.
Sufficient mineral supply is, therefore, indispensable for a healthy pregnancy and normal development of the embryo.
Trace elements - are important components of enzymes and hormones with respect to fertility.
Iron and copper promote blood formation, thus ensuring optimal supply of oxygen and nutrients for the tissues.
Zinc, manganese and copper act as fertility enhancers, which promotes the production of large litters.