Your Pet and Their Digestion
Having sound digestion is one of the key prerequisites to maximising your pet’s overall wellbeing. Digestion is the process through which your cat or dog breaks down food and cultivates energy and various other micronutrients that get put to use in a variety of different ways to support overall well-being. You can start safeguarding your animal companion’s digestion by watching what they eat, but they can also find great benefit in supplementation with natural aids that are designed to help support their digestive system.
This supplement has been carefully created to naturally support your pet’s digestive system. Designed to be consumed to help with relief when your pet is experiencing digestive discomfort, this digestive supplement contains friendly bacteria, whose job it is to join the rich ecosystem of bacteria in your cat or dog’s digestive tract. It also makes use of the natural agents Pectin, Kaolin and Glutamine, which have been extensively used for the maintenance of gut health.
One of the greatest issues with supplementation that you can face as a pet owner is the awkward scenario when your dog or cat refuses to consume the supplement. Luckily, this beneficial digestive supplement comes in a very easy to take paste form. The small serving sizes also mean that you can capably ensure your furry friend gains the benefits, from just a small helping taken directly into the mouth.
Rapeseed Oil, Kaolin, Fructo Oligosaccharides, Mannan Oligosaccharides, Pectin, Glutamine, Roast Meat Flavouring, Enterococcus Faecium (NCIMB 10415).
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Really high quality supplement!
I went out of my way to get this for my dog after he ate some out of date food from the rubbish and got an upset stomach. I was surprised at how much it helped. He was visibly in less discomfort within days.
Gave this to all of my new young cats to transition them on to solid food and it seems to have done the trick, and at a low price.