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MultiAdapt® is a complementary feed, useful for promoting the natural immune defenses and for normal energy metabolism.

Multiadapt can be useful in case of:
  • nutritional deficiencies
  • particular conditions such as pregnancy and breastfeeding
  • in growing puppies and elderly dogs and cats
  • to maintain perfect muscle tone in working and sports dogs
  • states that need integration to improve performance (for example at the muscle level, to increase the immune system, etc.)
  • states of recovery from normal conditions (for example in a post-operative convalescent period)
  • in the convalescence of debilitating diseases due to stimulation of immune defenses due to its specific components
  • to maintain the skin and the hair in excellent conditions

Specially formulated for dogs and cats that need a balanced and effective support for their well-being, Multiadapt has a composition that includes various ingredients, useful individually, even more effective in synergy with each other.

Price: 24,77 €including 9,5% tax
Price: 22,62 € without tax

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maltodextrin, hydrolyzed proteins (from chicken), magnesium stearate, Other vegetables, algae and derivative products: spirulina (Spirulina maxima), Products obtained from the transformation of herbs: astragalus (Astragalus membranaceus L.) root powder, Rosa Canina fruits in dust.


Thickener: microcrystalline cellulose, flavoring compounds: glycine, echinacea (Echinacea angustifolia DC.) plant dry extract, anti-caking agent: Silicic acid, precipitated and dried, vitamins provitamins and chemically well-defined substances having similar effect: choline chloride 50000 mg/kg, L-carnitine L-tartrate 20000 mg/kg, thiamine hydrochloride 6000 mg/kg , vitamin C 6000 mg/kg, calcium D-pantothenate 6000 mg/kg, vitamin B2 5000 mg/kg, niacinamide 2600 mg/kg, vitamin B6 2000 mg/kg, vitamin B12 0,02 mg/kg, vitamin E 800 mg/kg, vitamin k3 1000 mg/kg, biotin 500 mg/kg, vitamin A 238 IU/kg, vitamin D3 0.5 IU/kg; compounds of trace elements: iron sulphate heptahydrate 8280 mg/kg, zinc oxide 5456 mg/kg, manganou- se sulphate monohydrate 616 mg/kg, cupric sulphate pentahydrate 314.4 mg, L-selenomethionine produced by Saccharomyces cerevisiae NCYC R645 20 mg/kg, potassium iodide 10 mg/kg.

Table of average contents in characterizing ingredients for 1 tablet
Vitamin A (Retinol Acetate) 0,238 IU/g
Vitamin D3 0,0005 ie/g
Vitamin E 0,8 mg
Thiamine hydrochloride 6 mg
Vitamin B2 5 mg
Vitamin B6 2 mg
Vitamin B12 0,00002 mg
Vitamin K3 1 mg
Vitamin C 6 mg
Biotin O O,5 mg
Niacinamide 2,6 mg
Calcium (D-Pantothenate) 6 mg
Choline Chloride 50 mg
Iron (Sulphate Heptahydrate) 8,28 mg
Zinc (Oxide) 5.456 mg
L-Selenomethionine (from Saccharomyces Cerevisiae) 0,02 mg
Potassium (Iodide) 0,01 mg
L-Carnitine (L-Tartrate) 20 mg
L-Glyci 60 mg
Spirulina algae (Spirulina maxima) 40 mg
Echinacea (Echinacea angustifolia) 40 mg
Rosehip (Rosa canina L. tit. 10%) 20 mg
Astragalus (Astragalus membranaceus tit. 16%) 20 mg
Manganous Sulphate Monohydrate 0,616 mg
Copper Sulphate Pentahydrate 0,3144 mg


Properties of the characterizing components


Vitamins are bioregolators of great importance as they preside, together with hormones, the carrying out of all physiological processes both directly and indirectly through enzymatic mechanisms. On the basis of solubility they are classified in liposoluble (stored in the liver, they represent a reserve for the organism), which dissolve in fats and in apolar solvents and water-soluble (they are not accumulated in the organism, it is therefore essential to introduce them daily through the diet) which dissolve in polar solvents, like for example water. All vitamins are responsible for specific tasks, and their deficiency can cause malfunction and / or dysfunction in the body.

  • Vitamin A (retinol) - fat-soluble vitamin that plays a very important role in vision, bone growth and the maintenance of the regular functions of the immune system. Another function performed by this vitamin is the epithelial-protective one; useful activity especially for the mucus secreting tissues of the digestive, respiratory and urogenital systems. Vitamin A is mainly found in foods of animal origin, such as liver and spleen, milk and derivatives and eggs, but is also present in fish and plant sources.
  • Vitamin D3 (cholecalciferol) - is a fat-soluble vitamin that plays its role in the regulatory mechanism of calcium homeostasis, it is important for skeletal development and bone mineralization. It intervenes in the intestine, in favor of the absorption of calcium and phosphorus and contributes to their normal use.
  • Vitamin E - fat-soluble vitamin (α-tocopherol) with antioxidant activity. It is very common in the plant world, especially in the germs of cereals and related oils and in the green parts of all plants. It has the fundamental role of physiological antioxidant of the cell.
  • Vitamins of group B (B1 B2 B6 B12) (thiamine, riboflavin, pyridoxine, cobalamin) - are a group of water-soluble vitamins consisting of at least 15 elements and which, despite the heterogeneity of their molecular structure, have in common the presence of nitrogen in their molecular structure and perform coenzymatic function. They participate in the most significant stages of intermediate metabolism as coenzymes: that is, they are combined with specific principles of a protein nature, intervening in the most varied reactions of metabolism; they are essential substances for normal energy metabolism.
  • Vitamin B1 (thiamine) - it is widespread in many green vegetable tissues and in many cereals such as whole oats, whole barley, rice husks. It mainly intervenes in the intermediate metabolism of carbohydrates, stimulates the digestive function.
  • Vitamin B2 (riboflavin) - it is widespread in the plant world, animal tissues and products of animal origin (milk, eggs and fish meal) are even richer. It regulates, together with other substances, the processes of cellular respiration, it is essential for growth, for visual function and for the optimal functioning of the nervous system. Furthermore, vitamin B2 has an antioxidant action
  • Vitamin B6 - pyridoxine, very common in food, especially in wheat bran, in the by-products of milling, in animal flours and seed germs; before being used by the organism it is converted into pyridoxal and pyridoxamine, fundamental constituents of two coenzymes. It is also called adermine, as it has a trophic action on the skin and also has a beneficial effect on the immune system.
  • Vitamin B12 (cobalamin) - absent in plants, is contained in various foods of animal origin (in liver extracts), fish meal, meat meal and whey and is part of the APF complex (animal protein factor). It is the most important vitamin, essential for growth and for hematopoiesis; it is essential for the synthesis of nucleic acids by intervening in protein metabolism. Vitamin B12 also helps keep the immune system healthy.
  • Vitamin C (ascorbic acid) - is a water-soluble vitamin widely found in green vegetables, citrus fruits and germinating seeds and is characterized by a powerful antioxidant activity, thus making it capable of protecting plasma lipids, DNA and proteins from oxidative damage. It is a thermolabile vitamin and also intervenes in the production of collagen It also has a trophic activity on the capillaries and also exerts a beneficial action on the immune system.
  • Niacin - a vitamin widespread in grasses, hays, brans, flours, etc…, intervenes in the transmission of nerve impulses at the level of the synapses between neurons, contributing to the normal functioning of the nervous system. In addition, niacin also acts on normal energy metabolism and also contributes to the maintenance of healthy skin.
    BIOTIN AND CALCIUM D-PANTOTENATE - are water-soluble vitamins found in egg yolk, milk and liver. Biotin is important in the energy metabolism and in the metabolism of macronutrients (carbohydrates, lipids, proteins) and also has a trophic action on the skin, while pantothenic acid intervenes in the synthesis of some neurotransmitters with consequent action to support the functions of the nervous system.


The microelements are devoid of energy, but are essential for animal nutrition; however, they cannot be synthesized (unlike other nutritional principles) by the animal and therefore must necessarily be taken through the common diet in sufficient quantities to meet the animal's needs. They are protective principles as they play a preponderant role in the control of animal metabolism as constituents of the prosteic group of numerous enzymes. Furthermore, some of them perform functions of enzyme activators and enter the genesis of hormones and vitamins.

  • Iron sulfate heptahydrate - iron is one of the most important trace elements of animal organisms. About 60-70% of this mineral is contained in hemoglobin, but fair amounts are also contained in myoglobin and in the reserve organs such as the liver, spleen and bone marrow. Its absorption occurs almost entirely in the duodenum; in the intestinal epithelium it is combined with a protein structure forming a chromoprotein called ferritin. Iron is linked to the transport of oxygen, becoming part of hemoglobin (heme) and, again as heme, it acts as an enzymatic cofactor of cytochromes.
  • Selenium - selenium is an essential mineral with antioxidant action, thus helping to counteract the action of free radicals.
  • L-Carnitine - an essential compound for the transport of fatty acids across membranes, therefore it performs its function as an energy carrier.
  • Spirulina (Spirulina maxima) powder - due to its richness in basic minerals, spirulina is one of the alkaline foods, helping to restore the acid-base balance of the tissues. In addition, rich in vegetable proteins.
  • Rosa Canina (powder) - small fruits (berries) are considered the "natural sources" of Vitamin C and for this reason this plant contributes to the strengthening of the body's natural defenses and also exerts an antioxidant action.
  • Astragalus membranaceus L. (root, dry extract) - astragalus (Astragalus membranaceus) is known for its tonic-adaptogenic properties or for its ability to support in a non-specific way the resistance and defenses of the organism to stress factors of various nature both physical and mental. The roots of astragalus contain triterpene saponins, flavonoids, pyogenic amines and polysaccharides. In particular, polysaccharides stimulate the immune system, strengthening the body's natural defense mechanisms. The saponin content, present in the phytocomplex, gives the plant hepatoprotective action.

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Metabolism and energy requirement

Metabolism is the set of biochemical and energy processes that take place in living organisms. These processes make it possible to transform the food that is ingested into energy that the body uses for the reactions of Anabolism (characterized by the processes of assimilation and synthesis, which allow the formation of new matter or the accumulation in the cells of new reserve material ) and catabolism (characterized by the processes of cleavage and degradation through which cellular constituents and reserve substances are transformed into smaller molecules, more easily assimilated and / or excreted).

With the catabolic reactions or with the destruction of the chemical bonds of the more complex molecules into smaller molecules, energy is released. This energy is used by the body to perform normal activities such as eg. muscle work or the maintenance of body temperature, but also to carry out normal vital functions, such as breathing, digestion and circulation in conditions of rest.

The set of minimum catabolic reactions necessary for an organism to be able to perform these vital activities in conditions of rest and optimal temperature is called BASAL METABOLISM, while the set of catabolic reactions necessary to perform normal physical activities is called ENERGETIC METABOLISM. The basal metabolic rate is influenced by genetic factors, age, sex and hormonal factors, while the energy one depends on the physical activity that is carried out daily and the food ingested.
The macronutrients provided by food such as carbohydrates, proteins and lipids constitute real biological fuels: in the animal body they are broken down, in the presence of oxygen, to carbon dioxide and water. This process, which occurs through hundreds of intermediate chemical reactions, involves multiple energy transformations and the synthesis of intracellular reserve materials.

These various nutrients provide different amounts of energy:

  • 1 gram of carbohydrates develops about 4 kcal.
  • 1 gram of lipids develops about 9 kcal.
  • 1 gram of protein develops about 4 kcal.

From here it comes the definition of requirement, that is, the daily quantities to be taken of the main nutrients, to cope with both the expenditure of the basal metabolism and the energy required for various physical activities. The diet must be varied, that is, all food principles (proteins, vitamins, minerals, carbohydrates, fats) must be represented, so that the sum of the calories introduced is equal to the energy requirement (however, taking into account that the different foods have different caloric value). If the calories introduced are the same as the calories expended, the subject's caloric balance is in equilibrium; if the calories introduced are greater than those consumed, the body accumulates calories, that is, it gets fat; conversely, if the calories introduced are less than those consumed, they lose energy, that is, they lose weight.

With these premises, it is evident that every organism has its own metabolism, thanks to which it uses the molecules deriving from the digestion and degradation of assimilated foods. However, it sometimes happens that it is necessary to provide through eg. supplementation with a complementary feed additional elements necessary for the animal's needs or in any case useful for maintaining its well-being; it is for this reason that a supplementation can make up for a possible lack. Supplementation is therefore useful in case of:

  • nutritional deficiencies
  • particular conditions such as pregnancy and breastfeeding
  • states that need implementation to improve performance (for example at the muscle level, to increase the immune system, etc.)
  • states of recovery from normal conditions (for example in a post-operative convalescent period)

MultiAdapt - Formulated specifically for dogs and cats that need a balanced and effective support for their well-being Multiadapt has a composition that includes various ingredients, useful individually, even more effective in synergy with each other.

The diet must be varied, that is, it must bring all the food principles such as proteins, fats, carbohydrates, vitamins and minerals. Sometimes, however, it may be necessary to provide supplementation of some nutrients necessary for the animal's needs or in any case useful for its well-being. In this case, a complementary feed such as Multiadapt based on vitamins and minerals with the addition of spirulina algae and astragalus powder may be useful.


  • My dog eats kibble daily if I also give him the MultiAdapt can I cause him a hypervitaminosis? Is it correct to add to the dog an additional intake through the MultiAdapt even if he takes vitamins through the kibble?
  • The complete feed provides the amount of nutrients essential for the correct physiology of dogs and cats. On numerous occasions (increased physical activity, post-convalescence recovery, period of intense environmental stress) an increase in the intake of some nutrients may be necessary. MultiAdapt contains a necessary quantity of these active ingredients to be able to compensate for these moments of stress, but has a quantity of additives (vitamins and minerals) significantly lower than the indicated limits. This leads to safe intake as a complementary feed. It is important to maintain the recommended daily ration for the weight of the animal indicated on the label.
  • Why is the use of MultiAdapt indicated in very active dogs, subjected to efforts or intense work, how can the product help them?
  • The increase in physical activity involves the necessary increase in nutritional requirements of vitamins and minerals that the complete feed (kibble / wet) cannot guarantee in the quantities indicated in the daily ration. All this generates an important physiological stress. Multiadapt is an easily absorbed multivitamin of nutrients specially added to combat this stressful condition.
  • Accidental ingestion of whole product packaging?
  • We remind you that it is good practice to keep the unopened package away from the reach of children and animals, as indicated in the warnings on labels and boxes. The greatest risk in the event that a dog ingests the entire contents of the package is that it may in a hurry swallow pieces of plastic from the pill container, much more harmful than the active ingredients contained in the tablets. However, given the variability of the subject with respect to body weight, breed and age, the advice we would like to give is to consult your veterinarian who will be able to assess the situation from time to time by knowing the dog thoroughly.
  • My dog is allergic to chicken. In Dogoteka products there is the aroma of liver (from poultry). Can a dog allergic to chicken take Dogoteka products?
  • The answer is YES. ABSOLUTELY AND IN FULL SECURITY. Animal proteins (liver flavoring) ARE HYDROLYZED. When hydrolysed, animal proteins are inactivated (Enzymes are inactivated inside them). This means that they do not develop allergic reactions in those who take them. This is practically an inactivation process of enzymes that ensures the absence of allergy in the intake.
  • Are Dogoteka products safe for my dog or cat?
  • We remind that in all our complementary feeds the active ingredients used in composition and additives are appropriately dosed to ensure a beneficial effect on the animal, do not cause side effects or any toxicity. They follow the EUROPEAN guidelines of the Feed Material Register which lists all natural products allowed in the animal field.
    It is therefore advisable to follow the recommended daily portions.
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Instructions for use

Tablets of 1 g
Cats: average weight 5 kg 1/2 tablet in the morning and evening for 7 days. Continue with 1/2 tablet per day for 20 days.
Dogs up to 10 kg 1 tablet in the morning and evening for 7 days. Continue with 1 tablet per day for 20 days.
Dogs from 11 to 25 kg 2 tablets in the morning and evening for 7 days. Continue with 2 tablets per day for 20 days.
Dogs over 26 kg 3 tablets in the morning and evening for 7 days. Continue with 3 tablets per days for 20 days.


MultiAdapt® complementary feed for cats and dogs, 60 tablets of 1 g

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The tablets should be administered in daily ration or orally according to the weight.

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