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Nutri-Plus Gel is a handy nutritional supplement for dogs and cats that can deliver your pet a daily boost of essential vitamins and minerals. What it’s for Your pet’s nutritional needs...  Read more

Nutri-Plus Gel for Dog & Cat

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Nutri-Plus Gel is a handy nutritional supplement for dogs and cats that can deliver your pet a daily boost of essential vitamins and minerals.
What it’s for

Your pet’s nutritional needs change at each stage of their life. When they’re young, dogs and cats need plenty of energy and protein-rich food to fuel their running and playing, while older pets benefit more from rest and a balanced diet. There are plenty of things you can do to keep your pet in the best of health, including supplementing your pet’s diet and healthy lifestyle with this handy gel. As it’s so delicious, all you’ll have to do is feed it directly from your hand or pop it on top of their dinner. Packed full of essential vitamins and minerals, it’s well suited to pregnant and lactating pets, as well as rapidly developing kittens and puppies and pets recovering after an operation. 

Key benefits

  • supports a healthy lifestyle with vitamins and minerals
  • supports to pregnant and lactating pets, as well as those recovering from surgery
  • tasty flavour to tempt dogs and cats
  • suitable for feeding alone or with food

How it works
This nutritional supplement is suitable for both dogs and cats and is packed with all the essential vitamins and minerals they need to keep them in the peak of health. Their skin and coat are taken care of thanks to vitamins A, D and E, while calcium and magnesium promote strong bones and deliver a boost of energy. It’s recommended that you feed your pet one to two teaspoons per five kilograms of their bodyweight every day to keep them feeling their best.

Customer reviews

4.9 out of 5 22  Reviews

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  • Excellent
    My dog 12 this month and was poorly, off her food not eating at all took her vets they just injected her with antibiotics , twice and said bring her in for series of test not really good enough service and lack of concern. I came across this when searching for something for her , she won’t take tablets and is very fussy. But she really likes this , was giving her everyday but now just every other day has she pick up great. Shame she doesn’t seem keen on arthritis treatment.
    Mrs Gill - October 15, 2019
  • Nutri-plus gel
    I give my cat this wonderful supplement every morning before breakfast. It’s helped in her recovery from an almost fatal liver problem. So glad I found it here in the UK at Pet Supermarket.
    Pamela Beresford - July 29, 2018
  • Great gel
    This gel is brilliant for my cat that has a calcium deficiency as he won’t eat cat food I put this on his chicken and he actually likes the gel off before eating the chicken would highly recommend
    Nichola Dumigan - May 14, 2018
  • Great gel
    This gel is brilliant for my cat that has a calcium deficiency as he won’t eat cat food I put this on his chicken and he actually likes the gel off before eating the chicken would highly recommend
    Nichola Dumigan - May 14, 2018
  • Good for ferrets too
    I use this as a treat for my ferrets but it is also useful for mixing crushed steroid tablets with to give to my poorly ferret
    Sally Leader - October 1, 2017