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  • Pro Pectalin Anti-Diarrheal Pro Pectalin Anti-Diarrheal

Pro Pectalin Anti-Diarrheal Tablets and Gel

by Vetoquinol

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$13.13

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Benefits:

  • an anti-diarrheal for the absorption of toxins
  • Oral Gel or tablet
  • for Dogs and Cats 
  • Containing Kaolin, Pectin and a source of Live Viable Naturally Occurring Microorganisms 

Storage:

store at room temperature, in a dry location

Instructions

GEL DIRECTIONS: 

For oral use only. 
For Dogs: 
0 lbs, 1 cc every 8 hours 
11-30 lbs, 3 cc every 8 hours 
30-60 lbs, 5 cc every 8 hours 
60 lbs, 8 cc every 8 hours 
For Cats: 1 cc every 8 hours 

TABLET DIRECTIONS: 

Give one tablet per 20 lbs 9 kg of body weight orally every 8 hours. If diarrhea does not improve in 24-48 hours, re-evaluate diagnosis.

Note: Chewable tablet may be administered orally as a treat or crumbled and mixed with a small amount of food. 

Ingredients

GEL INGREDIENTS: 

Kaolin, Soy Oil, Pectin, Silicon Dioxide, Encapsulated Dried Enterococcus faecium Fermentation Product, Powdered Sugar, Chicken Flavor, Natural and Artificial Flavors 

GEL GUARANTEED ANALYSIS per ml: 


Kaolin 0.6 g, Pectin 0.025 g, Direct-Fed Microbials 0.2 Billion CFU Enterococcus faecium 

PRO-PECTALIN TABLETS 

Containing Kaolin, Pectin and a source of Live Viable Naturally Occurring Microorganisms 

GUARANTEED ANALYSIS PER TABLET 3g: 

Kaolin 1.00 g Pectin 0.05 g Direct-Fed Microbials Enterococcus faecium 0.6 Billion CFU 

TABLET INGREDIENTS:

Kaolin, Sorbitol, Maltodextrin, Liver Flavor, Microcrystalline Cellulose, Dextrose, Whey Protein, Encapsulated Dried Enterococcus faecium Fermentation Product, BreweR's Yeast, Dicalcium Phosphate, Pectin, Stearic Acid, Magnesium, Stearate, Silica Available only through licensed veterinarians Nutritional Supplement to soothe the intestines and absorb fluids. 

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