Preventing nutritional deficiencies with Predamax


Ensuring your dog is being fed a balanced, nutrient-rich diet can be challenging. Raw fed diets, homemade diets, low grade kibble, and canned food can all result in potential imbalances in your dog's diet. 

What are the effects of nutritional deficiencies?

  • Poor skin and coat
  • Decreased energy
  • Behavioural issues
  • Immune issues
  • Increased risk of osteoarthritis
  • Obesity/weight loss
  • Poor growth

Predamax has been formulated by veterinarians and nutritionists to balance your dog's diet by providing them with essential vitamins and minerals that may be missing in their everyday diet. Predamax supports daily well-being and provides nutrients essential for their bones, coat, brain and immune function. The highly palatable formula is available in two products – a meal topper powder and a soft tasty chew. It is suitable for dogs of all stages in life - from puppies to pregnant dogs, older dogs, working dogs and every other dog in between.

What's the difference between Predamax Meal Topper & Predamax Chews?

Predamax comes in two different forms – a powder and a chew - to give you choice on how you want to give it to your pet.

Predamax Meal Topper is a micro-fined powder that can be added daily to wet or dry food to enhance their feed, and provides them with 50% of their daily vitamin and mineral requirements. The meal topper is also great to use for cats!

Predamax Chews are a soft, tasty chew containing Australian meats for a delicious natural treat with benefits. They provide your dog with 25% of the their daily vitamin and mineral requirements. You can add the chews to their regular meal, or use them as training treats and rewards each day.