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Protexin Pro-Kolin Plus

Protexin Pro-Kolin Plus
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Protexin Pro-Kolin Plus is a beef-flavoured supplement specially designed for cats and dogs with upset tummies.     What it's for  It's easy to tell if your cat or dog is experiencing an... Read more

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Protexin Pro-Kolin Plus is a beef-flavoured supplement specially designed for cats and dogs with upset tummies.    


What it's for 
It's easy to tell if your cat or dog is experiencing an upset stomach; you might notice that they vomit, have diarrhoea or are tired more often than usual. When you spot these symptoms, make an appointment to see your vet straight away.    
Protexin Pro-Kolin Plus can help to balance the digestive system when your cat or dog has a tender tummy. Use the syringes included to feed your cat the supplement for as long as your vet recommends.   


Key benefits    

  • a supplement for cats with tummy upset 
  • soothes gut lining when it's inflamed
  • kaolin helps firm up poo 
  • probiotics encourage 'friendly' bacteria to grow
  • tasty beef flavour 
  • easy-to-administer syringes in two sizes: 15 millilitres and 30 millilitres.

 

How it works  

Protexin Pro-Kolin Plus is packed full of goodness to help soothe and balance your cat's or Dog's stomach when they're feeling under the weather. This paste restores microflora in the digestive system to calm the stomach lining, which can become inflamed and sore with sickness.    

Pro-Kolin Plus uses 'friendly' bacteria that's kind on the gut to fight off harmful bacteria that could be causing the tummy upset. It uses clever preplex prebiotics to feed this good bacteria so that it can grow and restore balance to the digestive system.    

When your cat's tummy is upset, it can mean that their poo is runny and watery and passing it is uncomfortable. This paste uses kaolin to firm up your pet's bowl movements. Artificial beef flavouring makes the supplement tasty and tempting to your cat, so it's easy to feed to fussy eaters.  

Dosage

Recommended use:
Puppies and cats: 1-2 ml every 8 hours, for as long as considered necessary.
Adult dogs: 2-5 ml every 8 hours, for as long as considered necessary.

Customer reviews

4.8 out of 5 34  Reviews

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  • Pro kolin
    This stuff is amazing. If you have a dog keep some in the cupboard. My 12 1/2 yr old golden retriever gets upset tums sometimes quite bad. I see it potentially happening and give him two x 5ml of this in his mouth or in food and it settles it, it’s amazing. Always got two tubes indoors.
    Jan gray - January 31, 2019
  • Best product
    Pro kolin plus brill product easy to use. Straight in dogs mouth or squirt on food or in dish. Stops upset tums pretty quick. Amazing. Always have some in. I have an old retriever and this is a regular prob, but no longer big prob as this always sorts it out. If dog has bad runs just do the starve for 12 or 24 hrs then start back on fish n rice along with using this for about 2 days. Sorted! A year ago my dog had bad runs. Took to vet. They said They now don't believe in starving so carry on feeding etc. We've been given jab before that stops it. Nothing. This dreadful upset went on for a month! Can you picture it? An almost white golden retriever with bright yellow runs for a month! Ridiculous. Oh and it cost £600!! For the runs! Get a couple of tubes off this in stock for £30 and jobs a good un!
    Jan gray - January 14, 2019
  • Colitis cat
    So grateful I found this product. Excellent at settling upset tummys.
    Beccy. - December 2, 2018
  • Excellent Service
    We have been using this company for a number of years, the prices are very competitive and always despatched promptly. Purchase with confidence.
    Catwoman - April 14, 2018
  • Five Stars
    Five stars for product and supplier. Always excellent customer service.
    Anonymous October 11, 2017