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Palmitoylethanolamide (PEA) is considered a safe and natural option for managing pain and inflammation in dogs and cats

PEA is a fatty acid compound that occurs naturally in the human and animal body. It acts on the body's endocannabinoid system, which helps regulate pain, inflammation, and immune response, making it effective for therapeutic use in animals. PEA can be used in combination with other substances without any side effects.

Often with chronic disorders, the body does not produce enough PEA which is found in naturally some foods. Egg yolk, peanuts, soy lecithin, alfalfa, certain varieties of peas and some meats, particularly organ meats are sources. However, the amounts of PEA found in foods are negligible compared to the benefits of a concentrated supplement, to reach therapeutic levels related to pain and inflammation.


ANTI-INFLAMMATORY:  PEA has been shown to reduce inflammation, making it potentially beneficial for conditions such as osteoarthritis, dermatitis, and other inflammatory diseases common in dogs and cats.

PAIN RELIEF: It can provide analgesic effects, helping to manage chronic pain, particularly from conditions like arthritis.

NEUROPROTECTIVE EFFECTS: PEA may offer protection against neurodegenerative diseases, benefiting older pets or those with conditions affecting the nervous system.


The correct dosage and the best method of administration should be determined based on the animal’s species, size, and the condition being treated. PEA should be administered in food along with a small amount of healthy fats such as coconut oil. Introduce PEA gradually into your pet’s diet. Reduce or discontinue if a loose stool or gastric upset becomes present. 


<5 kg (<11 lbs)  ¹⁄₁₆ tsp
5-11 kg (11-25 lbs)  ¹⁄₈ tsp
12-25 kg (26-55 lbs) 1/4 tsp
26-45 kg (56-99 lbs) 1/2 tsp
46 kg+ (101 lbs+) 1 tsp

Keep tightly sealed.
Store in a cool dry place.

SKU : 5013

Product Dimensions

Width : 0.075 mm

Height : 0.098 mm

Length : 0.075 mm

Weight : 75 g


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