DescriptionBeneficial any time an animal experiences adverse conditions. Give the indicated amount when a new pet arrives home. Also can be utilized when traveling (before departure and upon arrival), one to two hours after worming, at birth, prior to supplementing the newborn’s diet with milk replacer, at weaning, when dietary changes occur or as indicated by your veterinarian when pets are treated with antibiotics. If diarrhea or anorexia (lack of appetite) persist, contact your veterinarian. DIRECTIONS FOR USE: Newborns Puppies and Kittens: Feed ¼ gram (small breeds) to ½ gram (medium to large breeds) at birth; ½ gram on days 3, 5 and 7 and at weaning. For hand-fed orphans increase to ½ (small breeds) to 1 (medium to large breeds) gram on days 7, 14 and on the introduction of solid food. Post Weaning/older: Feed 1 gram per 10 lbs. of body weight as much as 40 lbs. For 50 lbs of body weight or over use 5 grams. Pocket Pets and other small mammals: Under 1 lb use 1/4 to ½ gram at birth and on days 3, 5 and 7. These levels will have to be given before and after marked environmental changes. Two feedings 3 days apart are Beneficial. Place gel on food or immediately into mouth. Post Weaning/older: Feed 1/2 gram as needed for maintenance.
A concentrated live culture of seven fat encapsulated microorganisms found in the intestinal tract of small mammals.
Guaranteed 20 million colony forming units (CFU) of viable bacteria per gram.
Lend a hand for pets under adverse conditions such as: – showing – grooming – breeding – weaning – traveling – boarding – birth – surgery – worming – antibiotic therapy
A palatable gel in a very simple to make use of syringe or 1 gram tube