Artikrill cat


Artikrill cat:
30 pearls


Support to joint metabolism in case of osteoarthritis.
Dietary complementary feed intended for particular nutritional purposes for cats of all ages with fish oil titrated in EPA and DHA, Glucosamine and Chondroitin sulphate.


Fish oil (18% EPA-12% DHA) 30.95%, gelatin (bovine), glucosamine (chitosamine) from fermentation 9.87%, glycerol, chondroitin sulphate 5.95%, sorbitol, beekeeping by-products ( beeswax), krill oil 0.83%, maltodextrin. Additives: Nutritional additives: Vitamins: 3a911 L-carnitine tartrate 35.428.5 mg/kg, 3a700 vitamin E 23.809.5 mg/kg. Trace elements: 3b503 manganese sulfate monohydrate 17.857.1 mg/kg (manganese 5.803.5 mg/kg). Amino acids: 3c305 L-methionine 5,952.3 mg/kg. Sensory additives: Other dyes: E172 black iron oxide, E712 yellow iron oxide, E141 copper complex chlorophyllins. Flavoring: blend of flavoring substances. Technological additives: 1c322i lecithins.

Intake for pearl:

  • Omega 3 fatty acids: 78 mg, of which:
    – EPA: 46.8 mg
    – DHA: 31.2 mg
  • Glucosamine sulfate: 62.5 mg, of which:
    – glucosamine: 49 mg
  • Chondroitin sulfate: 50 mg
  • L-carnitine: 20 mg
  • Vitamin E: 20 mg
  • DL-methionine: 5 mg
  • Manganese: 4.9 mg

Analytical composition:

Crude protein2.66%
Crude fiber0.01%
Crude fat56.12%
Crude ash0.09%
Total methionine0.63%
Total manganese0.61%
Total DHA37.1%
Total EPA55.7%
Total omega-3 fatty acids92.8 g / kg


Artikrill cat is a dietary complementary feed formulated with omega-3 fatty acids from fish oil, higher levels of methionine and manganese and with an adequate level of vitamin E to support joint metabolism in case of cat osteoarthritis.


Artikrill cat should be administered directly into the cat’s mouth or in addition to the complete food they like every day, initially up to 3 months, at the rate of:

  • 1 pearl up to 6 kg live weight
  • 2 pearls over 6 kg live weight

Complete the daily ration with the usual food. Always leave fresh water available. We recommend taking a balanced daily ration. It is recommended to seek the advice of a veterinarian before use or before extending the period of use.