Lacrimalis +


With a higher concentration of EPA/DHA, supplies nutrients to the ocular surface.

Omega-3 Fatty Acids: It has been seen that they have anti-inflammatory properties and also, they help to modify tear lipid profile,
to improve tear production and quality and thus, dry eye symptoms in dogs (1, 2, 4, 5, 6, 8, 9, 10, 11, 14).

Minerals (Zn, Cu): Antioxidant effect that helps improving dry eye syndrome symptoms and tear stability in dogs (1, 3, 7).

Lactoferrin: In humans has been proved an anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, antiviral and antifungal properties on the ocular surface (13, 15, 16).

Vitamins (C, E): Help to improve tear production and inflammation in the ocular surface in dogs (1, 3, 12).


Composition per Tablet (750mg): Omega-3 Fatty Acids (DHA + EPA, 60mg) (450mg), Lactoferrin (5mg), Magnesium stearate (10mg).

Composition per ML (1ml): Linseed oil (source of α-linolenic acid (ALA) (679mg), Fish oil (DHA + EPA, 87mg) (291mg) Lactoferrin (5mg).

Additives per Tablet /ML (750mg/1ml): Vitamins: Vitamin C, Vitamin E. Trace elements: Zinc (zinc sulfate) (2,5mgr),

Copper (Copper (II) sulphate, pentahydrate) (0,1mgr).


Oral administration, once daily, with one of the main meals.
From 0 to 5 kg: 1/2 tablet / 0.5ml
From 5 to 10 kg:1 tablet / 1ml
From 10 to 20 kg: 1. 1/2 tablets / 1.5ml

From 20 to 40 kg: 2 tablets / 2ml

Over 40kg: 3 tablets / 3ml


Solid presentation: 30 tablets

Liquid presentation: 75ml

Store in a cool and dry place, protected from light.


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