Protexin Pro-Fibre Gastrointestinal Supplements for Dogs and Cats
Pro-Fibre for Dogs and Cats contains a highly effective balance of soluble and insoluble fibres, Preplex prebiotic and probiotics which help to restore the gut’s natural balance.
- Pro-fibre contains soluble and insoluble fibres which together can help to:
- Form softer stools with more volume
- Promote normal bowel movements
- Increase faecal bulk to encourage normal anal gland expression
Composition: Wheat feed, alfalfa meal, sugar beet, psyllium husk, wheat bran, lignocellulose, linseed, preplex prebiotic (fructo-oligosaccharide).
|35kg or more||30g|
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Not ideal for all dogsMy dog started vomiting yellow bile after starting on this. Not for every dog. I didn’t rate it down as the problem was probably an intolerance of the ingredients.
It works really wellI was recommended to use this for my dog by the vet, and have used it now for quite some time. Her stools are very much firmer and we've had no further problems. I've started giving it to my other dog too to ward off any future issues. It's great to have on repeat order so I never forget and never run out. Would definitely recommend.
Absolute game changerStarted giving it regularly to my 15y old girl cat as prone to constipation, which sorted that. Then also started giving it to her brother whom had frequent diarrhoea. Now often i can't tell the difference in their poo. Amazing But toptip, I soak a heaped measure if granules in water, keep in the fridge. Then add to all their food mixed with more water, so they don't even notice it
help with anal glandsour two dogs are 11 and12 now. they are cocker spaniels and have never had problems before. our vet suggestedyou product and I also give them carrots and cabbage everyday. It is working well but we do need to go to the vets every 3 months. Bearing their ages We feel this is reasonable.I feel you r pro-fibre has helped. Thankyou
Anal glandsThis is great stuff for dogs with problems with anal glands