Invicta Animal Health has launched a nutritional supplement to support ocular health in dogs and cats.

OcuvanceThe company says the tablets are rich in lutein, a xanthophyll pigment found in the eye.

The tablets also contain anthocyanosides derived from bilberry extract, a potent antioxidant. Vitamins C and E, zinc and selenium further complement the formulation.

‘Significant benefits’

Invicta managing director Rob Watkins said: “We are delighted to make OcuVance available to veterinary surgeons in the UK.

“Recent veterinary studies have shown there can be significant ophthalmic benefits of antioxidant supplementation.

“We carefully formulated OcuVance to provide a range of high-quality antioxidants to maintain normal visual function while still being affordable for owners.”

OcuVance is presented in packs of 30 scored tablets, sufficient for a one-month supply for the average-sized dog. It is now available from veterinary wholesalers.

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