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A soluble supplement to encourage normal digestive function, specifically for animals where long term use is indicated. Includes beneficial microorganisms to rapidly populate the...  Read more

Protexin Prosoluble for Dogs

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A soluble supplement to encourage normal digestive function, specifically for animals where long term use is indicated.

  • Includes beneficial microorganisms to rapidly populate the gastrointestinal tract
  • A conditioner following digestive upsets or antibiotic therapy
  • An aid to convalescence improving utilisation of food

Pro-Soluble for Dogs contains beneficial microorganisms on a soluble base. The beneficial microorganisms contained in this product occur naturally in the gut of all healthy animals and birds. These microorganisms colonise the immature gut or re-establish the disrupted gut, thus promoting the mechanism of competitive exclusion against potential pathogenic bacteria. This product is formulated for continuous use to promote efficient digestion and to boost natural immunity, particularly at times of stress when digestive upsets occur.

Dosage

Use:
Small dogs: 1 level measure (2g) added to the daily food
Large dogs: 2 level measures (4g) added to the daily food If added to water or milk it should be consumed within 12 hours.

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  • My one year old Collie suffers for tummy discomfort after eating, this has really helped to keep him eating much better over the long term.
    Anonymous January 11, 2011